Tag Archives: Seven Day Services

Seven Day Hospital Pharmacy Services (NHS England / BBC News)

Summary NHS England’s “Transformation of Seven Day Clinical Pharmacy Services in Acute Hospitals” report explains how seven-day clinical pharmacy services can benefit patients. Seven-day hospital pharmacy services might also help improve hospital efficiency, in the context of ten Seven Day … Continue reading

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Challenges in the Creation of a Seven-Day NHS: Leaked Update (BBC News)

Summary A confidential Department of Health review of government plans for a seven-day NHS in England, “leaked” to the Guardian newspaper and Channel 4 News, identifies 13 potential risks; including concerns over staff-shortages, workforce overload and the general lack of … Continue reading

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Two Further Improvements: Dementia Services Seven Days a Week / Dementia Awareness for People Aged Over Forty (BBC News / Department of Health)

Summary Two further aspects of the latest implementation plans for the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia 2020 were emphasised a week ago. Seven day NHS services are planned to benefit dementia patients, with more frequent patient assessments and better care … Continue reading

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Seven Day NHS Services: Coming Soon? (BBC News / Department of Health / HSCIC)

Summary It was announced, coinciding with the Conservative Party Conference, that GPs in England will be offered a voluntary contract to provide seven day services for patients. Seven day hospital services should be operational in half of England by 2018 … Continue reading

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Improvements to Care in the Last Days / Hours of Life (Department of Health)

Summary This report assesses progress made against commitments in the “One Chance to Get it Right” report, which was released just over a year ago as a response to the Independent Review of the Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) on improving … Continue reading

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The Foundations for a Patient-Centred NHS Learning Culture? (Department of Health / BBC News)

Summary This “Learning Not Blaming” report presents the government’s response to (i) the Francis Freedom to Speak Up review, (ii) the Morecambe Bay Investigation, and (iii) the Public Administration Select Committee’s report on clinical incidents. The common theme for addressing … Continue reading

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