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NHE SEP-OCT 19 COVERS

Comment p4-15

Contributors include Mark Level, chief executive of Helpforce, NHS SBS’s IT director Lee Edwards, Hayley Clark of the NSPCC, NHS Supply Chain’s Jo Gander, the newly appointed minister for prevention, public health and primary care, Jo Churchill, David Rowland, director of the Centre for Health and the Public Interest, and Grey Giddins of the British Society for Surgery of the Hand.

Digital innovation p16-21

Dr Afzal Chaudry of Cambridge University Hospitals NHS FT talks about new, life-saving sepsis-monitoring technology; Rob Webster discusses a new cross-sector health tech partnership in the Leeds City Region; Stephen Beattie recounts the building of the Northern Ireland Electronic Care Record; and Cindy Fedell explains the exciting new AI innovations going on in Bradford.

Training & development p22-29

Mind outlines the importance of NHS and local council leadership; Wilson Wealth Management tries to burst the retirement bubble; the King’s Fund explores the increasing importance of NHS volunteers; Dom Hardy of NHS England discusses ambitions to build a new leadership culture across the country; the British Association of Stroke Physicians considers vital new training expansions; and the head of health research at Lancaster University explains the value of end of life care volunteers.

NHS EXPO 2019 review p30-31

NHE reports from the 2019 Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester.

Infection prevention p32-37

The Wessex Kidney Centre at Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust explains the need for grassroots collaboration on behalf of patients; the director of the West Essex ICP makes the case for greater uptake of biosimilars; and Public Health England explores the decline in vaccine uptake in the UK.

Estates p38-41

The Health Foundation discusses the NHS’s role as an anchor institution; the CEO of Community Health Partnerships talks about the out of hospital estate; and Liaison Care outlines how it can help with personal health budgets.

 

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