From March 2020, the West of England Patient Safety Collaborative (PSC) refocused much of its work programme to support the system-wide response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This page contains useful links to many of our resources and online training events. Whilst geared towards the COVID-19 response, we recognise many of the resources below are useful for non-COVID-19 patients and as we move into recovery from the pandemic.

COVID Oximetry @home and COVID virtual wards

The West of England AHSN supported the roll-out of ‘COVID Oximetry @home’  and ‘COVID virtual wards’ in our region. Our local support offer made use of our existing expertise, infrastructure and resources. By mid-May 2021 over 2000 patients had been enrolled on these services across our region.

Click here to find more information about COVID Oximetry @home and COVID virtual wards, including links to relevant resources and webinars.

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Support, resources and training for care providers

We offer free training and resources for care providers - whether you’re in a nursing or residential home or providing domiciliary care.

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Primary care during COVID-19

Read more about primary care during COVID-19, and review our free resources and webinars.

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Learning Disabilities during COVID-19

If you work in a care home or organisation for people with Learning Disabilities review our free resources and training opportunities.

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Maternity and Neonatal care during COVID-19

If you are a healthcare professional, or are pregnant, we have a helpful resources page to support you during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Healthcare Innovation

Proactive Care Frameworks for long term conditions

Find out more about our work, and download implementation resources, to support people with long term conditions through use of UCLPartner's Proactive Care Frameworks.

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Recommended Summary Plan for Emergency Care and Treatment: ReSPECT

The ReSPECT process creates a summary of personalised recommendations for a person’s clinical care in a future emergency in which they do not have capacity to make or express choices.

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