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  • Nurse clinical fellowship programme. 

    Marsh, Zoe (IHSCM Regional Hub Magazine, Institute of Health and Social Care Management, 2022-03-01)
    Shortages in nursing are the single biggest and most urgent workforce issue that the NHS needs to address. The Nurse Clinical Fellowship Programme was established by The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust in 2018. The unique ...
  • NHS futures 360 - career path finder. 

    Hodgkinson, Oli (IHSCM Regional Hub Magazine, Institute of Health and Social Care Management, 2022-03-01)
    Oli discusses how virtual tours helped to promote job roles within the trust during the COVID-19 restrictions within the trust and now external visitors, so no work placements were available to potential trainees.
  • Going the extra mile. 

    Smith, Janet (IHSCM Regional Hub Magazine, Institute of Health and Social Care Management, 2022-05-01)
    Martin Wiles delivered toys found in a clearance of one of the children's wards at New Cross Hospital to the Sue Ryder Care shop in Whitmore Reans. Rather than throw them out this will help reuse them, reducing the amount ...
  • Greening theatres: the New Cross experience. 

    Cheema, Ranvir; Smith, Janet; Netke, Bhagyashree (IHSCM Regional Hub Magazine, Institute of Health and Social Care Management, 2022-05-01)
    The world is facing a climate emergency, with concentration of greenhouse gases and global temperatures rising. Te climate emergency also creates a health emergency, posing direct threats to health. The article discusses ...
  • Why early research skills matter: an exploration of personal journeys. 

    Eddison, Nicola; Benyahia, S; Pugh, S; Billin, J; Mupawaenda, N; Leslie, Rosalind; Scott, Sharon (BAPO Connect, British Association of Prosthetists and Orthotists, 2023)
    Waiting for abstract.
  • Combined endoscopic approach for patients with multiple bladder stones. 

    Collins, Michelle; Inglis, John; Darrad, Maitrey (Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons in England, The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 2015-04-01)
    Background Bladder stones account for 5% of all urinary tract stones and are caused by bladder outlet obstruction, neurogenic voiding dysfunction, infection or foreign bodies.1 While small bladder stones can be managed ...
  • Designing infographics: visual representations for enhancing education, communication, and scientific research. 

    Pandian, Haridha; Gupta, Latika (Journal of Korean Medical Science, Korean Academy of Medical Sciences., 2022-07-11)
    Infographics are graphic visual representations of educational content, used to deliver complex information, disseminate scientific research, and drive behavioral change. Herein, we review some of the factors pertinent to ...
  • Self-monitoring of intraocular pressure outside of normal office hours using rebound tonometry: initial clinical experience in patients with normal tension glaucoma. 

    Sood, Vaneeta; Ramanathan, Uthaya Shankar (Journal of Glaucoma, Wolters Kluwer, 2016-10-01)
    Purpose: To determine the value and accuracy of 24-hour intraocular pressure (IOP) phasing using Icare ONE rebound tonometry (RTONE), in subjects with normal tension glaucoma (NTG). Methods: Eighteen consecutive patients ...
  • The utility of urological clinical and simulation training for Sub-Saharan Africa. 

    Moore, Madeline (BJU International, Wiley, 2022-05-11)
    Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) represents ~15% of the world’s population (1.136 billion people) and is comprised of predominately low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) [1]. It has one of the world’s largest inequalities in ...
  • The mutual benefits of patient and public involvement in research: an example from a feasibility study (MoTaStim-Foot). 

    Aries, Alison (Research Involvement and Engagement, Springer Nature, 2021-12-04)
    Background: Patient and public involvement (PPI) in research has increased steadily over the last two decades and is now both expected and appropriately resourced by many funding bodies, including the National Institute ...
  • Central Production Unit. 

    Farmer, Mark (Care to Share, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, 2022-02-01)
    The Central Production Unit (CPU) on site at New Cross Hospital building 6, is where all the patient food for RWT is prepared, cooked, packed and distributed across the wards and off-site hospitals. The unit presently ...
  • The occupational health and wellbeing teams - working to embed positive emotional wellbeing initiatives for staff. 

    Sharp, Julie (Care to Share, Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, 2022-02-01)
    The health and wellbeing of Walsall Healthcare NHS and The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust staff is integral to maintaining staff morale and the quality care for the patients we serve in our community. The pandemic has ...
  • Ethnic differences in success at application for consultant posts among United Kingdom physicians from 2011 to 2019: a retrospective cross-sectional observational study 

    Harvey, Philip (Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, Sage Journals, 2022-03-31)
    Objectives: To identify associations between success following application for consultant physician posts and demographic factors. Design: Logistic regression analysis of nationwide survey data. Setting: United Kingdom ...
  • Evaluation and remodel of undergraduate practical skills during COVID-19. 

    Whiles, Melissa Jayne (The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, 2021-11-24)
    The General Medical Council (GMC) expects all newly qualified doctors are able to safely and effectively perform a mandated list of practical skills and procedures. The medical students from the University of Birmingham ...
  • Endoscopic capacity in West Africa. 

    Veitch, Andrew M (African Health Sciences, Makerere University Medical School, 2016-05-09)
    Background: Levels of endoscopic demand and capacity in West Africa are unclear. Objectives: This paper aims to: 1. describe the current labor and endoscopic capacity, 2. quantify the impact of a mixed-methods endoscopy ...
  • Social media: medical education's double-edged sword. 

    Scrivens, Lydia (Future Healthcare Journal, Royal College of Physicians, 2021-07-01)
    Social media (SoMe) are platforms that enable users to create and share content, or participate in social networking. Medical education is rapidly moving into a post-COVID world, with the use of SoMe becoming ever more ...
  • Use of a virtual learning environment for training in maxillofacial emergencies: impact on the knowledge and attitudes of staff in accident and emergency departments. 

    Grew, Nick; Singhota, Sanjeet (British Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016-02-01)
    Many graduates will take up junior roles in accident and emergency (A&E) departments to which a large proportion of patients present with facial injuries caused by interpersonal violence. However, it is widely recognised ...
  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and Prothrombotic State 

    Fahim, Ahmed (American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, American Thoracic Society, 2016-02-01)
    No Abstract Available
  • We are Capable and have Capacity! 

    Grant, Shelley; Vassell, Elizabeth; Naz, Mobeena (The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, 2019-04-09)
    We wanted to make studies available to patients and public in a timely manner, so for Trusts going through short term capacity issues we presented the Capacity and Capability (C&C) pilot for a period of 9 months. Throughout ...
  • The evolving remit of support offered by the early contact lead. 

    Hunter, Kirsty (The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, 2019-04-26)
    The Early Contact Lead has an evolving role to ensure provision of support for the research team is in line with current national guidance, adds value to the set up of a study and ultimately ensures the study recruits ...

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