Project Category: Training

NECS Delivering large scale migrations at pace….

The Challenge NECS BIS Programme Services were required to oversee and manage the update of 149 locally hosted clinical systems which were incompatible with some of the evolving technologies and national solutions, across the North East region, all within a 12 month period. I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the whole team to say a BIG thank you for what I think was a smooth transition. All of the support, help and patience we have received has been priceless!! The Trainers have both been excellent and it was quite sad to have to say goodbye....

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Supporting Quality of Care in the Prison Service

The Challenge The quality of data is imperative in ensuring the appropriate high standards of care for the prison population. As a result of a Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection, areas of required focus were identified around the quality of data and improvements in process flows with the aim to ensure the safety and consistent level of care for citizens requiring medical attention in the prison healthcare setting. The Solution NECS BIS Training Support Service were tasked by the prison service to focus on providing support in remedying the findings of the CQC, however following training needs analysis of...

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Suicide Awareness eLearning

The project that gave us a lot of perspective The Challenge Our first exposure to suicide awareness came about when we helped build an interactive dashboard that collated and analysed a huge range of data from a wide variety of sources such as police, social services, and all healthcare settings. This dashboard helped a multi-disciplinary team investigate the information from all recent suicides across the North East and contributed to a region-wide strategy aiming to reduce instances of suicide in our region – which experiences rates higher than the national average. Yet behind this dashboard, however pretty and clever,...

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NHS England – Patient online

Patient Online Detailed Coded Records Access – NHS England The aim of the project was to support the delivery of Patient Online Detailed Coded Records Access (DCRA) within GP Practices across England that are currently using either EMIS Web or INPS Vision as their chosen clinical system, potentially up to 4951 GP Practices. There were a number of objectives, including: Increased use of supporting guidance via the Patient Online website Increased support to practices to deliver the programme objectives Increased convenience to practices by having access to webinars at a time that suits them Increased safety around enabling DCRA functionality due to...

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Antibiotic prescribing and antimicrobial stewardship in primary care

Antibiotic prescribing and antimicrobial stewardship in primary care Aims & Objectives Aim To improve the quality of antibiotic prescribing and awareness of antimicrobial stewardship amongst clinicians Objectives For clinicians to develop a strategy to reduce inappropriate prescribing of antibiotics, including a delayed/ back-up prescription, or no prescribing strategy To demonstrate local implementation of NICE guidance To improve accessibility to educational resources for antibiotic prescribing To raise awareness of the wider national and international issues surrounding the misuse of antibiotics Context Antibiotic prescribing and antimicrobial prescribing has been a key focus for CCGs and GP practices following the Chief Medical Officer’s 2011 highlighting...

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