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Facere Melius
Helping health and care organisations improve their governance through investigations, reflection and learning.
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Facere Melius Sep 24
The Governance Academy is running free online training on Good Governance Awareness for healthcare professionals. The next session is on 09 October @ 09:30am – 10:15am. Book your free training here:
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Facere Melius Sep 23
The HSJ has reported on our latest independent investigation.
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Facere Melius Sep 23
Article about the recently published independent investigation that we undertook on behalf of Mid Essex CCG.
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Facere Melius Sep 21
Darren Thorne gives an overview of the independent investigation into the care and treatment of the individuals who contracted invasive Group A streptococcal (iGAS) bacterial infection during the mid and west Essex outbreak.
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Facere Melius Sep 21
This report is useful to health and care systems facing an infectious outbreak. The findings are applicable to all health and care settings. CCGs and trusts will want to assure themselves.
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Facere Melius Sep 18
Yesterday Mid Essex CCG published the independent investigation report into the outbreak of invasive Group A Streptococcus (iGAS) in mid and west Essex between February 2019 and August 2019, link to the full report:
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NHS Mid Essex CCG Sep 17
Today, we are have published the independent investigation report into the outbreak of invasive Group A Streptococcus (iGAS) in mid and west Essex between February 2019 and August 2019. Read more:
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Facere Melius Sep 17
Our FREE contributory factors checklist is based on the serious incident framework but has been tailored for investigating cases of Covid-19 transmission within healthcare, making it easier to undertake a review. -19
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Facere Melius Sep 16
Do you know the do’s and don’t of apologising to patients when something goes wrong? Watch our podcast for a run down on what to say and what not to say to patients when apologising.
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Facere Melius Sep 15
The seed of doubt is where the problem starts regarding conflicts of interest within healthcare, listen to Nicola Gurr talk about this tricky issue in our podcast. Full episode here:
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Facere Melius Sep 14
Learn the do’s and don’ts of saying sorry to patients when things go wrong in our latest video. Let us know what you think about this.
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Facere Melius Sep 10
There is evidence that industry sponsored research tends to find more favourable outcomes for the sponsors’ products even if conflict of interest declarations are made. For more on this click here
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Facere Melius Sep 10
To support healthcare colleagues who are undertaking investigations into transmission of Covid-19 in health and social care settings, we have developed a contributory factors checklist. It’s free to download: -19
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Facere Melius Sep 9
Darren Thorne explains how to apologise to patients when something has gone wrong with their care in the latest Healthcare Huddle podcast.
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Facere Melius Sep 8
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Facere Melius Sep 8
Thanks for sharing the Healthcare Huddle podcast, it's really important for organisations to digest the and understand how they can improve patient care
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Facere Melius Sep 8
Do organisations admit liability if they apologise to patients? Find out in our new video out today! We cover the do’s and don’ts of saying sorry to patients when something has gone wrong.
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Facere Melius Sep 7
What is your organisation doing to ensure patients are fully informed? Informed consent for patients is so important and is highlighted in the recent First Do No Harm report by Baroness Cumberlege.
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Facere Melius Sep 4
Handling conflicts of interest is a challenging area within healthcare, what do you think of this suggestion to hand patients a leaflet about their doctor’s potential conflicts of interest?
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Facere Melius Sep 3
Are you undertaking investigations into transmission of -19 within healthcare settings? If so, download our free contributory factors checklist based on the serious incident framework and tailored to Covid-19.
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