Category: Healthcare


Chapter Two concentrates on health prevention as a key message to promote a healthier population and make sure that there is an emphasis on those comorbidities that have put an increasing pressure on services in previous years. Health promotion plays Read more…


It has been nearly six months since my last post and in this time, I have overcome many challenges and obstacles that have been apparent due to the failing health of my father who sadly passed away in December after Read more…


In recent weeks we have seen a number of articles related to the concern regarding mobile applications and the need for them to be regulated for safety, both clinical and technical. The most recent article quoting Lord O’Shaughnessy announcing the Read more…


The move to become a paperless NHS Trust is pushing forward for many health organisations across the UK which is very encouraging seeing that there are issues with being a paper heavy organisation bringing its own risks and issues to Read more…


I thought it would be appropriate to talk about the 70 year anniversary and celebrate the NHS through my eyes. It has come a long way since its beginnings in the 1940s. We have seen many reforms, white papers, innovations, Read more…


It’s not only in the clinical arena that people have issues with hand written information and the need to decipher it to get to the part they need. Most of us have come across hand written information that is described Read more…


If we want to move away from a paper record then we have to make sure the basics are supported in whatever IT solution we are going to adopt and that the information we are entering is presented in a Read more…


One of the most important times at the start and end of every shift is the nursing handover to your colleagues at which time we are communicating information that will be used to deliver more individualised care in response to Read more…


To all of you who know me I am someone who takes matters of healthcare very seriously especially when it comes to patient/clinical safety, to those of you who don’t then welcome and I hope this blog gives you some Read more…