16 February 2023
The third instalment of the PROTECT Study Blog, Online Learning, has been released. Check it out here.
24 October 2022
The second episode of the PROTECT Study Blog, Understanding metrics and patient involvement is out now. Check it out here.
05 May 2022
Under the leadership of Breeda Delaney, the staff on 4B continue to execute their daily safety huddles.
10 March 2022
Well done to the staff of ward 4B for completing another safety huddle today under the leadership of Breeda Delaney.
18 February 2022
In this short clip, Flux Learning Ltd showcases the work undertaken, the pedagogy and methodology underpinning the development and delivery of the PROTECT Study online learning course.
Using proficiency based progression and the metrics (steps, errors and critical errors ) for Health Huddle training provides clarity of approach and highlights the importance of feedback and deliberate practice rather than repeated practice.
14 February 2022
We were delighted to welcome Dr John Fitzsimons, member of the PROTECT research team, to Cork University Hospital last Friday. Dr Fitzsimons provided training to our new research assistants on the IHI trigger tool for the upcoming retrospective chart review.
We also visited the study ward, 4B, where CNM Breda Delaney gave some feedback on the progress of their safety huddle and it’s impact to date.
07 February 2022
We have reached another milestone in our project. The MDT staff from ward 4B have completed their online and simulation training.
18 January 2022
Well done to ward 4B. Thanks to Mr Brian Manning, Consultant Vascular Surgeon and Breeda Delaney for their leadership during the safety huddle today.
Staff effectively implemented their new team communication skills following the PROTECT simulation training sessions.
08 March 2021
The first episode of the PROTECT Study Blog, Recording video in a clinical setting, has been released. Check it out here.
18 December 2020
Here are the multidisciplinary team from the Cedar ward, University Hospital Waterford, after a daily safety huddle. Staff from this ward will be taking part in the PROTECT Study.