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Clinical governance review of the Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust, June 2002.

Great Britain. Commission for Health Improvement.

Clinical governance review of the Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust, June 2002.

by Great Britain. Commission for Health Improvement.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust.,
  • Hospitals -- Administration -- Great Britain -- Hillingdon.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover and spine title: The Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust - June 2002.

    Other titlesThe Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust - June 2002.
    SeriesClinical governance review
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18633480M
    ISBN 10011703021X

      Clinical governance is: “A framework through which NHS Organisations are accountable for continuously improving the quality of their services and safe guarding high standards of care by creating an environment in which excellence in clinical care will flourish.”. The focus of a new joint report between NHS Clinical Commissioners and NHS Providers, Driving forward system working: a snapshot of early progress in collaborative commissioning, explores new and emerging arrangements between CCGs and providers, aimed at working together to improve the planning and delivery of services.

    The Trust acknowledges the importance of an effective system for managing clinical governance. The main purpose of the Committee is to oversee the Trust’s Clinical Governance arrangements, both Trust-wide and at directorate level. The Committee is to ensure that a robust system is in place for managing Clinical Risks in line with and in. Croydon University Hospital: Croydon Health Services NHS Trust: LNU Labour Ward / South London ODN and South West London LMS: Hillingdon Hospital: The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: LNU.

    Before he joined Frimley Health, Pradip was a non-executive director at Hillingdon Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in London from , serving as Deputy Chairman. He was also director of healthcare strategy at Walgreens Boots Alliance from NHS organisations have been extremely agile in the past at taking prescribed models of governance and finding ways of making them work locally. The challenge is now different. While there is a degree of central ‘scripting’ of local governance models, those developing CCGs or developing NHS Foundation Trusts (FTs) need to developFile Size: KB.


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A copy of the Research Governance Framework for health and social care is available on the Internet – or in the R&D office Research Governance Framework for Health and Social Care Implications for Research and Development at THE HILLINGDON HOSPITAL NHS TRUST August Medical Director, Governance and Risk Management The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust, New Cross Hospital, Wednesfield, Wolverhampton WV10 0QP, UK Email: [email protected] (corresponding author) 4/1/08 PM Page 93Author: David Churchill.

EDITOR—As one of the first teams to graduate from the national development programme for clinical governance, and having successfully used techniques of clinical governance to produce important changes in our hospital, we endorse the paper by Halligan and Donaldson.1 The establishment of a project culture, as discussed in the paper, was a key event in the implementation of clinical.

The implementation of clinical governance: a survey of NHS trusts in England Final report March 1. Introduction This report presents the findings of an analysis of a survey of NHS trusts in England which was designed to assess their progress in implementing clinical governance and the impact of the clinical governance initiative.

NHS Scotland () des cribes clinical governance as being the mechanism through which ‘health ser vices are held accoun table for the s afety, quality and ef fectiveness.

Clinical governance in the UK NHS individual review is made widely available. NHS Regional Offices (part of the NHS Executive) have an important role. They are The main challenge for the leaders of clinical governance and for the NHS is to change the culture and attitude of File Size: 21KB.

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Not only was this aFile Size: KB. Clinical governance in a pathology setting is accountability for delivering the right service to the right patients at the right time and delivering it right the first time.

Clinical governance should permeate all facets of a pathology service. In a network setting this will mean it File Size: KB. Clinicians across the Trust are using these indicators to review patient records and provide regular assurance on quality of care and patient safety: Clinical Governance – Quality in the new NHS, Department of Health () A First Class Service, Department of Health () Principles of Best Practice in Audit, NICE, ().

Background: A national cross sectional study was undertaken to explore the perceptions concerning the importance of, and progress in, aspects of clinical governance among board level and directorate managers in English acute, ambulance, and mental health/learning disabilities (MH/LD) trusts.

Participants: A stratified sample of acute, ambulance, and mental health/learning disabilities trusts Cited by: The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – summary of key decisions and discussions at board meeting Wednesday 30 January This is the eighth of the board’s short bi-monthly newsletters following each of the Trust board meetings.

The principles of clinical governance apply to all those who provide or manage patient care services in the NHS. It requires staff to work in partnerships, breaking down boundaries by providing integrated care within health and social care teams (Wilson, ), and between practitioners and managers and between the NHS, patients and the public.

Joined the Trust: Experience: Tina Benson is a qualified radiographer who got her first clinical job at Hillingdon was followed by time at the Royal Free Hospital in a variety of clinical and managerial roles, London North West Hospitals as a manager and Deputy COO, and then Deputy COO, Hospital Director, at West Middlesex Hospital.

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Clinical governance was the centrepiece of an NHS white paper introduced soon after the Labour government came into office in the late s.1 The white paper provides the framework to support local NHS organisations as they implement the statutory duty of quality, which was placed on them through the NHS act.2 Clinical governance provides the opportunity to understand and Cited by:.

Clinical governance is defined as “A framework through which NHS organisations are accountable for continuously improving the quality of their services and safe-guarding high standards of care by creating an environment in which excellence in clinical care will flourish.” 1 It's often thought of in terms of the seven pillars of clinical governance—clinical effectiveness, risk management Cited by: Policy Title: Strategic Plan Version 2 Policy Author: Dr Gordon MacMillan PhD.

(Created 1st September – Disposal date 29th March ) 1 of 53 Strategic Plan The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Version 2. This is the third in a series of five articles Underpinning contemporary theories of quality improvement is the axiom that poor individual performance usually reflects wider “system failure” or the absence of an organisation-wide system of quality assurance.1 In healthcare organisations, critical incidents can lead to death, disability, or permanent discomfort.

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