A short film produced by Health Education England to support healthcare professionals in training and staff at all levels to report and respond to concerns about patient safety.
Produced by the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, this report includes a literature review on effective teamwork and communication in healthcare, a needs assessment of Canadian healthcare organisations, a review of teamwork and communication training programmes, and a consultation with national and international experts in teamwork and communication.
This review article published in the Journal of Diabetology reviewed the published literature on self-management of diabetes across 34 articles.
This learning module produced by the Royal College of Nursing has been primarily designed for health care assistants who make a major contribution to support people’s nutritional needs in all care settings.
The term ‘non-technical skills’ came from the European aviation regulator in the 1990s and the concept is now used to underpin training and workplace-based assessment in a number of safety-critical occupations, including healthcare.
Foot ulcers are a common and serious complication of diabetes.This summary is based on a Cochrane systematic review containing 11 randomised controlled trials with a total of 2,686 participants aged over 18 years with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes.