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Here you can find a range of resources to help you practise Realistic Medicine, including some inspiring examples of good practice from across Scotland

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Please Ask Campaign 24 Jul 2019

Please Ask Campaign

Summary of “Please ask” posters It is important to us all that our patients, their families and carers are fully involved in every aspect of their care from admission through to discharge. The “Please ask” posters were developed in NHS Ayrshire and Arran to encourage patients, relatives and carers to ask 4 important question about…

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My Clinical Outcomes (MCO) and the Cancer Innovation Challenge at NHS Ayrshire and Arran 24 Jul 2019

My Clinical Outcomes (MCO) and the Cancer Innovation Challenge at NHS Ayrshire and Arran

My Clinical Outcomes (MCO) & the Cancer Innovation Challenge at NHS Ayrshire & Arran   We have been working on the My Clinical Outcomes project which allows chemotherapy to be adjusted according to toxicity experienced by patients My Clinical Outcomes (MCO) and the Cancer Innovation Challenge Website link: https://www.myclinicaloutcomes.com/case-study/cic YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFK7JpkNCno      

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Improving health and reducing inequalities through the delivery of a Better Health model 24 Jul 2019

Improving health and reducing inequalities through the delivery of a Better Health model

NHS Ayrshire and Arran have developed a hub service designed for health improvement. The Better Health model aims to empower people to improve their health and wellbeing, reduce inequalities and ensure people can access the right information at the right time relevant to the individual and their family circumstances. Improving health and reducing inequalities through…

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Realistic Medicine Survey 2018 – Summary Report 22 Jul 2019

Realistic Medicine Survey 2018 - Summary Report

In October 2018, a survey was distributed widely across the health and social care sector in Scotland to explore staff views on Realistic Medicine.  This report details the survey process, its findings and its implications for the further development and implementation of Realistic Medicine. Realistic Medicine Survey 2018 – Summary Report

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Realistic Medicine Resources – NHS Lanarkshire 19 Jul 2019

Realistic Medicine Resources - NHS Lanarkshire

Realistic Medicine Resources from NHS Lanarkshire NHS Lanarkshire have developed a range of resources to support the roll out of Realistic Medicine in the Health Board. These resources are available below: A 5 Questions poster and card design Five Questions Poster – Card A ‘5 Questions Answered’ design for use with cataract patients 5Qs Answered…

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Value Management Approach to Quality Improvement in the Intensive Care Unit, Crosshouse Hospital, NHS Ayrshire and Arran 19 Jul 2019

Value Management Approach to Quality Improvement in the Intensive Care Unit, Crosshouse Hospital, NHS Ayrshire and Arran

Value Management Approach to Quality Improvement in the Intensive Care Unit, University Hospital Crosshouse, NHS Ayrshire & Arran Critically ill patients will often need the help and support of intensive care. We are able to provide help and assistance to patients if their body is not able to cope with overwhelming sickness or injury. Common…

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A Simple Blood Test 19 Jul 2019

A Simple Blood Test

In the surgical department at Crosshouse hospital the majority of patients have a blood test taken daily. A blood test is often thought to be a simple investigation that can offer a significant amount of information to clinical staff about what may causing a patient’s symptoms. They are accessible and non-invasive when compared to other forms of investigation….

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Using the Scottish Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Case Studies 1 Jul 2019

Using the Scottish Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Case Studies

Using the Scottish Atlas of Healthcare Variation: Case Studies The Scottish Atlas of Healthcare Variation is already being successfully used in a number of Boards. In May 2019, Dr Catherine Calderwood wrote to Medical Directors and Directors of Public Health to ask them to share their processes for reporting on the Atlas maps. CMO Letter…

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Living Realistically Event in Tayside May 2019 24 Jun 2019

Living Realistically Event in Tayside May 2019

Tayside Realistic Medicine Conference Programme   Morning Presentations 1 – S Thakore 09_30 AM RM Conference Intro 2 – A Coulson 10.00 RM conf pres 17.5.19 3 – F Benison 10.00 RM Presentation 4 – K Arrow RM presentation 5 – G Smith Tayside RM Conference 17 05 19 6 – R Mountain Mac 11.10…

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Realistic Medicine Evaluability Assessment Report 21 Jun 2019

Realistic Medicine Evaluability Assessment Report

Realistic Medicine – Evaluability assessment report This report sets outs out the findings from a Realistic Medicine Evaluability Assessment that took place between January and March 2019. Evaluability Assessment  is a systematic and collaborative approach to planning evaluation based on structured engagement around intervention goals, and evaluation priorities and options.  Three workshops were held involving…

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Leads Away Day – 12-13 March 2019 – Writeup 18 Jun 2019

Leads Away Day - 12/13 March 2019 - Writeup

Realistic Medicine – Leads Away Day 12-13 March 2019 – write up   DRIVER DIAGRAM POSTS What support/resources are needed? Clearer structure in Boards Performance Management Scale up – bigger – faster Rigour and criticism in implementing “new” projects in a Board Data to be analysed ISD atlas will get big, quickly – do we…

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Annual update – summaries of work to date and beyond 11 Jun 2019

Annual update - summaries of work to date and beyond

The Realistic Medicine Team in NHS Highland have developed brief summaries of the work they have done so far, as well as the work they have planned for 2019-2020.  You can access both documents here: NHS Highland – A year of RM in NHSH NHS Highland – Embedding Realistic Medicine NHSH 2019    

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