Peer Review report on centres published today
Written by Aaron Dennis, May 29, 2020
Today sees the publication of the Overview Report of the Inherited and Acquired Haemophilia and other Bleeding Disorder Peer Review Programme.
The aim of the programme was to examine the care provided in haemophilia centres across the UK and measure them against the Quality Standards developed by the UK Haemophilia Centre Doctors’ Organisation (UKHCDO). In total 37 centres across the UK were visited by a multi-disciplinary team who had received specialist training for this review. All teams also included an expert patient.
The programme has highlighted areas of good practice that should be shared as well as things that are not in line with the Quality Standards and should be considered for change and in some cases cause concern or have identified risk. Any serious risks have been actioned immediately and resolved by the Trusts.
You can read the outcomes in the overview report here
You can find the individual service reports at www.qualityreviewservicewm.nhs.uk/reviews
Join us for a virtual meeting with Rachael Blackburn, Assistant Director of Quality Review Service (QRS)
We are pleased to announce that Rachael Blackburn, Assistant Director of Quality Review Service (QRS), who carried out the review on behalf of the UKHCDO, will be able to join us on a live virtual meeting at 6pm on 11 June. Rachael will give an overview of the peer review process and go through some of findings from the overview report. There will be an opportunity to ask questions at the event, but you can send questions in advance to [email protected]
Link to Zoom meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86968193740
Simply click on the Zoom link above and you will be held in a waiting room. You will be muted in this room, but you will be able to ask questions by typing.
We hope many of you will be able to attend this session.