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Co-designing solutions for medication safety with families

Following our December event, where we discussed key challenges families face in medication safety in home and hospital care environments and possible solutions, some of the event participants have now formed a group looking at how to develop the solution ideas further, with support from RCPCH.

 

To this end, we are gathering information about existing medication or healthcare passports in use (one of the suggestions for a new resource) as well as any other resources currently employed by healthcare professionals to support families in managing medications.

 

Meds IQ Champion Webinar

Please click below to watch the recording of our latest webinar on May 22nd, 2018.

Our presenters were Dr Yincent Tse and Kathy Seed, a senior nurse, from Great North Children’s hospital, presenting on a recently launched Hospital Passport for young people with disabilities.

Change of Privacy Policy on Meds IQ

In light of the GDPR regulations coming into effect on May 25th, Meds IQ has updated its Privacy Policy across the site. You can find it at the bottom of each Meds IQ page as well as at the top of individual resource pages.

RCPCH Annual Conference QI Stream: Thursday 15 March

 

08:00-08:55 - What's the hook for becoming involved in Quality Improvement: Dr Daljit Hothi, Great Ormond Street Hospital

 

10:50-11.55 - Improving at Scale: How Working Collaboratively Can Make a Tangible Different to Patients: Dr Dominique Allwood, the Health Foundation (keynote speaker), Dr Neil Hopper, Dr Leslie Peers, Dr Alice Roueche, Dr Melanie Iles  

 

11:55-15:15 - Quality Improvement Symposia:

 

Opening keynote: Jennifer Rodgers, Glasgow Children's Hospital

 

Abstract presentations:

Latest Champions' webinar and a new resource

Our guest speaker in the latest webinar was Dr Carla Brown, from the National Infection Service, Public Health England with a presentation on 'e-Bug: An innovative educational resource for youths on microbes, infection and antibiotic resistance'.

 

This fantastic resource has been developed through extensive international collaboration, translated and implemented in 26 countries, including Saudi Arabia, Palestine and Turkey.

 

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