In this short webinar, Dr Kieran Walsh outlined how BMJ Best Practice can improve patient care and ensure patient safety and therefore reduce costs. He also discussed why this is important to all who work in healthcare.
BMJ Best Practice is a clinical decision support resource. It is a digital clinical knowledge database that is continually updated, evidence based, and practical. It is aimed at all healthcare professionals and is freely available within NHS England, Scotland, and Wales. Its purpose is to drive quality improvement, ensure patient safety, and save costs.
This webinar will set out the work the NAO undertook, the conclusions it reached and what these mean for the NHS.
Improvisation develops confidence and the skills of listening and building on colleagues’ ideas.