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At our recent Membership Event in Crumlin Road Gaol, north Belfast, we presented our Excellence in Co-production award to the winning team – South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust with its People Not Prisoners project. Team leader Barry Rooney explains what the project was all about.
This week we launched a report called: ‘The experience of living with early onset dementia - people with the condition and family members tell their story’.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has outlined plans to overhaul its approach to dealing with complaints about nurses and midwives.
Some of you will know me as Louise Skelly, Head of Operations with the Patient and Client Council, and a few will also know that I farm part time. I am a genuine countrywoman at heart and love being out in the fields. In particular, I love caring for our flock of sheep and, recently, we finished lambing.
Belfast Trust has recalled 2,500 patients following an independent review of patient notes relating to the work of Consultant Neurologist Dr Michael Watt. The action follows a review of patient notes by both the Trust and the Royal College of Physicians. The consultant is currently not treating patients.
Josephine Ocloo first got into patient involvement, as a grieving mother following the death of her 17-year old daughter, who died as a result of a failure to manage her heart condition. Not getting answers on her daughter’s care on why failures occurred and her quest for justice, led to Josephine getting involved in patient safety as a campaigner and patient activist, wanting to change the system and make it safer.
The Patient and Client Council in conjunction with the Patient Information Forum, is holding an event to explore the accessibility and availability of Health Information.
Department of Health’s Director of Communications, David Gordon gives an insight into the problems faced by the health and social care system in Northern Ireland and outlines how transformation is assisting in tackling these issues.
Quality Improvement’ or ‘QI’ can seem like just another piece of jargon, but for Gill Smith, Innovation and Quality Improvement Lead, Northern Health & Social Care Trust it’s an exciting movement happening in our Health service. An important part of improving health care is about sharing good practice - so if someone is Derry/Londonderry has changed how they do things for the better, then people in Belfast or Craigavon should be able to hear about it, so they can decide if they could make a similar change. Until now sharing that good practice has been problematic. The launch of a new website hopes to change that. Gill explains what it is, and what’s happening so far.
Nick Parkin – Senior Commissioning Manager, Mental Health and Learning Disabilities at NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG, describes The Safe Haven at the Wellbeing Centre, a pioneering out-of-hours mental health crisis service.
Our offices and helpline are closed on Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd April 2018, and will re-open on Wednesday 4th April 2018.
Earlier this year, Nigel Warburton, Project Co-Ordinator with the Patient and Client Council began working with people with a learning disability and their carers, who identified annual health checks as being crucial to their overall wellbeing. Now, he’s trying to find out more about what impact the health check is having on people’s lives.
Our offices and helpline are closed on Monday 19th March 2018, and will re-open on Tuesday 20th March 2018.
Dr. Shopitha Sivaranjan shares the impact of personal experience on her work as a doctor.
Age Sector Platform Chief Executive, Eamonn Donaghy, explains what older people have told the organisation about charging for domiciliary care, prescriptions and non-emergency patient transport, and how Age Sector Platform are using that information to inform the Government.
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