Tag Archives: Collaborative Communication

Improving the Management of Diabetes in People Living with Dementia (NIHR HTA)

Summary A realist review was conducted to identify features or mechanisms in various interventions likely to improve the management of diabetes in people with dementia. The full NIHR HTA report from this research, already summarised in a BMC Medicine article … Continue reading

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Person-Centred Approaches in Healthcare: a Framework (HEE / Skills for Health / Skills for Care)

Summary Health Education England, Skills for Health and Skills for Care have produced a framework which is designed to help staff (at every level) communicate effectively, both verbally and non-verbally, in order to better tailor the care and advice they … Continue reading

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Unsafe Discharges From Hospitals Breach NICE Guidelines (BBC News / PHSO)

Summary The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) has reported on complaints received about hundreds of vulnerable and elderly patients, sometimes including those with dementia and / or frailty, who have been discharged inappropriately from hospital. It seems likely that … Continue reading

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Barriers and Challenges in Discharge Planning (QNI / BBC News)

Summary The following report from the Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) summarises known barriers and challenges which can prevent effective discharge from hospitals. Case studies illustrating best practice are supplied, along with recommendations. Full Text Link Reference Pellett, C. (2016). Discharge … Continue reading

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Pain in Impaired Cognition: EU COST Programme (COST TD1005 Action)

Summary The European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific and Technical Research (COST) offers an inter-governmental framework which sponsors and promotes collaboration between researchers in Europe. One component of this work is the EU-COST initiative entitled “Pain in impaired cognition, … Continue reading

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SBAR Tool: Situation – Background – Assessment – Recommendation (NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement)

Summary The SBAR tool consists of standardised prompt questions to frame communication, in four sections. The steps are: S: Situation B: Background A: Assessment R: Recommendation “The tool consists of standardised prompt questions within four sections, to ensure that staff are … Continue reading

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Leading Networks in Healthcare (Health Foundation)

Summary The Health Foundation’s improvement programme has been promoting networks in healthcare to link experts for the better exchange of ideas, advice, support and training. This report on network leadership and development discusses what has been learned so far in … Continue reading

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