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NHS Scandal: Mid Staffordshire Hospital and Francis Report

The Mid Staffordshire Hospital scandal, also known as the Stafford Hospital scandal, refers to a series of serious and systemic failures in patient care and safety at the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust, particularly at Stafford Hospital, between 2005 and 2009. This scandal came to light through investigations and a public inquiry led by Robert […]

Duty of Candour

The “Duty of Candour” in the context of the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom refers to a legal and ethical obligation for healthcare organizations and professionals to be open and honest with patients and their families when something goes wrong with their healthcare or treatment. This duty is enshrined in law in […]

Seven Day Service

Seven day service In 2015, the concept of a “seven-day NHS” was proposed – an NHS that would deliver a consistently high level of care every day of the week. The reason for this were concerns regarding outcomes for patient admitted to hospitals over the weekend, as highlighted by the Department of Health & Social […]

Measuring Service Outcomes

Measuring the quality of healthcare services in the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK is crucial for ensuring that patients receive safe, effective, and patient-centred care. Quality measurement helps identify areas for improvement, ensures accountability, and supports evidence-based decision-making. Here are some key methods and indicators for measuring quality in the NHS: Clinical Outcomes […]

Referral to Treatment (Part 1)

Referral to Treatment (RTT) is a term used to describe a system and process that ensures patients are referred to a specialist or consultant for diagnosis and treatment in a timely manner. The RTT pathway is designed to streamline and monitor the patient’s journey from the initial referral by a general practitioner (GP) or other […]

Referral to Treatment (Part 2)

Benefits of RTT The Referral to Treatment (RTT) system in healthcare offers several benefits for both patients and healthcare providers. These benefits are designed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the healthcare system while ensuring timely access to care. Here are some of the key benefits of the RTT system: Timely Access to Care: […]

Getting closure to your dream job?

Transitioning from a Senior Registrar (SpR) to a medical consultant is a significant career milestone and requires meticulous preparation. Take it seriously and start planning early. You can follow our seven week to success if you are pressed for time. Ideally, you should start early. Here are some steps to help you get started: Here are […]

Qualities to demonstrate in your consultant Interview

  Advisory Appointments Committee (AAC) is responsible for appointing consultants positions. The qualities and criteria they look for when appointing NHS consultants can vary depending on the specific role and specialty, but generally, they consider a range of factors to ensure that candidates are well-suited for the position. Being aware of these would help prospective […]

Dealing with questions when you are totally clueless

You can prepare a lot and yet you may come across a question that you are not ready for. Answering such questions in a medical consultant interview can be challenging, but it’s essential to handle them with confidence and professionalism. When faced with this situation, following a strategy can make a difference. Here’s a step-by-step […]

Answering question about experience in consultant interview

The purpose of the consultant interview is appoint someone that has the skills to carry out clinical work. One question that is guaranteed to get asked and is the opening question of the interview is to explore the depth of your experience. This could be asked in multiple ways. “Take us through your CV” or […]

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