Dean, J. Smart mirror will reflect the state of your health. The Times, July 29 2015. p.13.
- provides a space devoted to the conceptual framework known as Hodges' model. Read about this resource for HEALTH, SOCIAL CARE, INFORMATICS and EDUCATION. The model can facilitate PERSON-CENTREDNESS, CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, HOLISTIC CARE and REFLECTION. Follow the development of a new website using Drupal as I finalise my research question with part 2 starting in 2016. See our bibliography, archive and please get in touch [@h2cm]. Welcome.
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The second prerequisite condition is cultural. The NHS needs to create a values-based culture. A large and complex organisation can be made more effective if all of its people behave in ways that are ethically consistent, and in ways that show they share the same values and base what they do on those values. There is already the ground work for this: the NHS Constitution includes a Staff Handbook, and Trusts communicate the NHS values contained within it in a variety of ways. But there needs to be a consistency in approach. Values must be easily and quickly understood across the NHS. Great leadership must be understood and fostered in staff at every level; the three military services are good examples of how this can be achieved across an organisation. A new and more visual format will promote this.
R2: Create a short NHS handbook/ passport/ map summarising in short and/ or visual form the NHS core values to be published, broadcast and implemented throughout the NHS.
Edited from BBC Radio 4: "Today, 27/07/2015, NHS constantly feeding regulatory beast"
Lord Stuart Rose has produced a report -
is 25m long."
"Approximately half of all deaths in or following police custody involve detainees with some form of mental health problem. The IPCC is keen to get a better insight into the issues concerning mental health and custody. A key way in which individuals with mental disorder may have contact with the police is when they are in a public place and are believed to be in need of ‘immediate care and control. ... "
Please see: IPCC
ARTS & HUMANITIES
Dear HIFA colleagues,
Our thematic discussion on access to health research starts on HIFA tomorrow 20 July, sponsored by COHRED, APAME and The Lancet.
HIFA is constantly growing and already has more than 8,000 members. The current discussion on Access to Health Research is an opportunity to invite many more new members. Please help to publicise HIFA by forwarding this email widely.
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From: Health Service Journal
The Treasury is undertaking a quick turnaround project in the run up to the general election examining the potential savings from bringing together spending on health, social care and some welfare payments. ... p.10This is old news now of course, but I would think that financial links/integration can be quite complex. After all when we usually speak of 'negotiation' what is the context?
Dear CHAIN member,
We would like to draw your attention to the following opportunity.
Please circulate as appropriate. Thank you.
Dear HANDI Member - you may be interested in the event below:-
NHS Hack Day - Manchester on 12th & 13th September 2015.
For those who aren't familiar with it, NHS Hack Day is a relaxed and free-form software development day, run as an unconference, and allowing participants to pitch their ideas and NHS problems to the audience of developers and Health IT specialists. After pitching, teams form organically and people start working on their solutions. On the Sunday, work continues, and then the work is presented to the judging panel. Prizes are awarded, but the main point of participation is the lessons learned, the community that has formed around NHS Hack Day, and the exhilaration of helping develop software over a weekend. There's lots more information here
"There are two parts to the security system. The first is a mechanism for distinguishing safe data from untrusted, or tainted, data. ... Importantly, taintedness is contagious, so objects derived from tainted objects are also tainted." p.409.
"There is a risk the Care Quality Commission's new responsibility for rating hospital's efficiency could "taint" its focus on quality, senior health policy experts have warned." p.5.
As posted previously I attended this summit on the doorstep in Salford. I took a days leave to attend which was well worth it. I've no slides as yet so the notes below may change.
The value lies in the combination of programme sessions, seminars in the afternoon and an exhibition. The first session Intelligent Linked Data- What it Means for Patient Centred Care was three in one with presentations and Q&A by Mike Farrar, Dr Mark Davies, and Prof. Simon Jones. Together they highlighted linked data, the need to join and integrate data sources and services, to facilitate the best evidence based care along the patient's (and carer's) journey.
I've had the website for Hodges' model on Demon since 1998 and for many years things never changed in terms of the space provided for websites and facilities. That said I was never going to strain the bandwidth although I did fall foul early on with some traffic violations. For many years though it was 'steady'.
Over the past few months what is a static website - no database, no dynamic content - has totally given way to a static service and one that looks set to disappear in about two years according to discussion online. Demon has switched its web hosting to intY Limited.
The homepage was last modified in 2005, the links pages in the Spring. Now I've a reason to seek alternate hosting. It is good to know that past efforts are preserved back to 1999.
If there are any hosting services out there able to offer Drupal hosting, ideally UK based and at a reduced rate for an advert placed in the sidebar here and on any new web presence, please get in touch: h2cmng AT yahoo.co.uk
Born in Liverpool. Three children. Community Mental Health Nurse NHS, West Lancashire, Independent Scholar & Researcher Nursing & Technology Enhanced Learning
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