KP Moore E-podcasts 2021
The college are delighted to showcase a selection of E-podcasts as part of our National Patient Safety Conference 2021. We would like to thank all of those who submitted for their hard work and dedication to making this year’s event possible.
Creation and Implementation of a Rapid Obstetric Screening Echocardiography (ROSE) Protocol for The National Maternity Hospital.
Provision of safe obstetric anesthesia: Examining the safety and efficacy of epidural analgesia in 2 Irish regional centers.
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The Argument for Advanced Emergency Training among Non-emergency Staff
“Care not documented is care not given”.
Syed Hussain Danial
“Intrahospital patient transfer documentation _ A critical step towards patient safety ”.
An unusual cause of a cuff leak during a Bimaxillary Osteotomy
TIME TO DELIVER: EMERGENCY CAESAREAN SECTION DECISION TO DELIVERY INTERVAL – CLOSING THE LOOP
A Quality Improvement Initiative for the Documentation of Central Venous Catheter Insertion in the Intensive Care Unit
Guidance on discharge prescriptions for opioid tolerant acute surgical patients: A quality improvement exercise
The experience of multidisciplinary in-situ simulation in Coombe Women and Infants University Hospital
TIAn Audit on Compliance with Fourth Consensus Guidelines for the Management of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting
Implementation of nurse-led extubation protocol for enhancing theater turn over time following pandemic_ A step towards enhancing quality of patient care and safety
Evaluating the practice of prescribing prophylactic and therapeutic anti-emetics perioperatively: did it justify the 4th consensus guidelines on PONV.
Tools of the Trade: a national audit of skin decontamination products
Hypoadrenal crisis and urgent surgery
Development, introduction and evaluation of a sepsis 6+1 trolley on labour ward: A quality improvement project, the Coombe Women and Infant’s University Hospital (CWIUH)
A process change introduction to enhance perioperative medication safety; a multihospital anaesthetic safety initiative.
Time to shift the focus. Delirium_ A poorly recognised and under diagnosed peri-operative condition.
Audit of administration, monitoring and reversal of neuromuscular blockade with non-depolarising agents
Investigating our current practice in relation to Neuromuscular Blockade Monitoring and Reversal at St. Vincent’s University Hospital (SVUH)
Analgesia Prescribing Post Elective Total Knee and Hip Arthroplasty – An Audit
Neuromuscular monitoring practice in a tertiary hospital
Hitting the bullseye: a quality improvement project on the confirmation of central venous catheter tip position for intensive care patients in an academic tertiary hospital
“Selfie” Diagnosis of Horner’s Syndrome during labour
Sugammadex: the future of neuromuscular blockade reversal in anaesthesia? An audit of trends in usage around the Covid-19 pandemic.
Silver Trauma at Mayo University Hospital
Suitability of patients with Sickle Cell Disease for Day Surgery: An Update of Guidelines
Time to theatre: Closing the audit loop on hip fracture repair
Dr. Rachel O’Connell
Audit of Patient Identifiers on Medical Documentation during assessment of Perioperative Patients – A notable absence?
Development of Thenar Eminence Compartment Syndrome During Spinal Surgery
Echocardiography Assisted CVC Placement
Branwen Alethea Bryan
Implementing a Safer Pathway for Patients with a Tracheostomy on the Wards
Administration of oxytocin infusion for the prevention and/or management of primary post-partum haemorrhage (PPH) in the National Maternity Hospital (NMH)
Changing communication culture at the time of emergency caesarean section
An Audit of Temperature Management in Trauma Theatre
Assessment of Endotracheal Tube Cuff Inflation Pressures in the Operating Theatres of a Tertiary Irish Hospital
Standardisation of anaesthetic drug trolleys and cupboards at Letterkenny University Hospital (LUH).
An Audit of Theatre Team Introductions at Surgical Time-Out in Galway University Hospital
Adult High Dependency Unit Admission for a Historically Paediatric Condition – Argininosuccinate Lyase Deficiency Decompensation