The Wellards Quarterly review is indispensable for anyone selling to the NHS, whether you are management, government affairs, marketing or sales. It looks at everything of note in the last three months and looks forward to the next three.
This quarter is 'review', which means much looking back over the past year by NHS England and other commissioners at what has been achieved, by what means and with what cost implications.
You can access the pharma and medtech versions by following this link.
Blood borne pathogens represent a serious hazard for those who work in acute healthcare - from hospital wards to the perioperative environment. This course identifies the risks to the workforce and provides knowledge of how to respond in the event of injury...
Click here for a copy of the Wellards Q3 diabetes review.
The review examines the seven Wellards Diploma themes (quality, outcomes and value, policy, commissioning, finance, the NHS structure, QIPP and market access) in relation to diabetes. It also investigates the costs and implications diabetes has on the health service, as well as important concepts such as what does good quality integrated diabetes care look like?
Primary care handles the bulk of health matters in the NHS with most of the responsibility falling on the shoulders of GPs. They are coming under under increasing pressure because of demographic changes and tight finances. An understanding of how they operate helps you when selling into this market. The NHS today: GPs in primary care course looks at how GPs relate to clinical commissioning groups, delves into GP federations and primary contracts, finds out how GPs work with others and investigates what GPs do.
The radiation protection course is now live. The course explains the different types of radiation, how to protect against its harmful effects and dose limitations. It also explains employee's and employer's responsibilities when working with radiation.