There is a 90% probability of severe cold weather/icy conditions/heavy snow between 1200 on Wednesday 28 Jan and 1200 on Tuesday 3 Feb in parts of England. This weather could increase the health risks to vulnerable patients and disrupt the delivery of services.
More details about the weather alert is available on the MET Office website.
- Under the care.data programme no patient data has been collected so far from GPs
- The Pathfinder stage will test the care.data programme in four different English regions
- The opt out for the care.data programme will apply to confidential GP data being used for purposes beyond direct care
- The opt out is not currently live and will not impact upon direct care
- How we communicate this to patients will be tested in the Pathfinder areas
- Heal your headache
- The feeling good handbook
- Say No to Diabetes
- IBS: free at last
- The cancers survivor’s companion
- Freedom from the diet trap
- Treat your own back
In the Leadership section you will also find books on Employee Engagement which may be helpful to new managers.
- Leadership plain and simple
- Managing stress in the workplace
- The extraordinary leader
- Employee engagement 2.0
- Carrots and sticks don’t work
- Team building
Come in and take a look at the whole range or email us at ecn-tr.stafflibrary.nhs.net to reserve any of those listed above.
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Extract from Informed newsletter
NHS England has announced a new independent taskforce to develop a five-year action plan for cancer services that will improve survival rates and save thousands of lives. The taskforce has been asked to deliver the vision set out in the NHS Five Year Forward View, which calls for action on better prevention, swifter diagnosis and better treatment, care and aftercare for all those diagnosed with cancer.
NHS England announces outcome of Cancer Drug Fund review
NHS England has published the outcome of a review of drugs included in its Cancer Drug Fund, to ensure that the drugs available to patients offer the best clinical benefit. It also announced that the fund’s budget will grow to an estimated £340 million from April 2015.
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