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Useful links for primary care: Cornwall Local Medical Committee Devon Local Medical Committee Complaints NHS England primary care resources Primary Care Commissioning NHS Employers Read code information Calculating Quality Reporting Service (CQRS) General Practice Extraction Service NHS website Care Quality Commission Shared Business Services Patient Safety Alerts Central Alerting System Primary Care Web Tool Models of […]

Acute use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in people with or at risk of COVID-19 (RPS2001)

Contents Summary Equality statement Plain language summary Overview The condition Intervention Clinical problem Evidence summary Recommendations Governance References Publications approval reference: C0211 Rapid policy statement Acute use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in people with or at risk of COVID-19 (RPS2001) 14 April 2020, Version 1 This guide is being updated to reflect changes to […]

‘Not another piece of paper!’ – from silos to whole system thinking – Theresa Weldring

How can we effectively introduce and sustain change without overwhelming our already stretched frontline staff? I began to wonder about this after speaking with a nurse on a busy acute assessment ward several years ago. Before I could get beyond an introductory line about a new care bundle, the nurse exclaimed ‘not another piece of […]

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The Coffee Break No 85This link opens in a new tab

News updates this fortnight includes technology, mental health, innovation and health and social care. The coffee break is split into sections so you can easily scroll through each area of interest.   Health and Social Care Firstly this fortnight we have a long read by the Kings Fund entitled “Key facts and figures about adult […]

COVID-19: Summary of infection prevention and control guidance and information for healthcare settings

Contents Table 1: General Table 2: PPE, ventilation and management of the environment Table 3: Setting specific secondary care (paediatrics/maternity/haematology etc.) Table 4: Primary care Table 5: Care homes and social care Table 6: Community settings and home care Table 7: Ambulance service and first responders Table 8: Dentistry and optometry Table 9: Letters and […]

Oxygen supply

Contents Oxygen supply For bulk liquid oxygen deliveries Cylinder oxygen deliveries Actions Oxygen cylinders Works, upgrades and installations survey Existing vacuum insulated evaporator (VIE) installations Bulk oxygen VIE installations Increasing flow capacity Check building piping system VIE installations at new NHS hospitals Further guidance Publications approval reference: 001559 / C0231 To: All Regional Delivery Directors […]

Innovator zone

AT Group is comprised of AT Medics, AT Learning and AT Tech, and we are transforming the NHS through our provision of Primary Care services, national training and development programmes and health technology. Our innovative programmes and solutions are well embedded in General Practice across the UK.     AMA Expert Eye Real-time collaboration tool […]

Innovator zone

AT Group is comprised of AT Medics, AT Learning and AT Tech, and we are transforming the NHS through our provision of Primary Care services, national training and development programmes and health technology. Our innovative programmes and solutions are well embedded in General Practice across the UK.     AMA Expert Eye Real-time collaboration tool […]

COVID-19 therapy: corticosteroids including dexamethasone and hydrocortisone

Classification: Official Publication approval reference: 001559 / C0870 ​To: Regional medical directors Regional chief pharmacists Provider trust medical directors Hospital chief pharmacists Action by: All clinical staff managing patients with COVID-19 13 November 2020 Dear Colleagues, In accordance with World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations, systemic corticosteroids should be used in patients with severe and critical COVID-19 […]