NHS Digital Staff Passport - Testing Opportunity
NHS England and NHS Improvement are seeking Foundation Doctors to help test the first prototypes for the Digital Staff Passport. Anyone who participates will get a certificate for their portfolios upon request. Further details below:
Development work for the digital staff passport has now commenced and foundation doctors are invited to participate by contributing to a session (approximately one hour) to provide feedback on the initial prototype design. If this is of interest and you can spare the time, please contact the User Researcher, Nike Bada, by email (email@example.com).
The prototype is not the final offering. This is an opportunity to share initial ideas based on feedback from the initial discovery research, and for you to share what you would expect and like to see delivered with the team to inform the design and development of the final product.
- Understand how users interact with the DSP (Digital Staff Passport) designed prototype; to gauge how useful the service is for users.
- Understand how the COVID-19 Digital Staff Passport has impacted staff movements and how this can be enhanced to ensure we are meeting user needs from a wider clinical perspective and not just covid resourcing requirements.
- Understand how the digital staff passport can quickly and efficiently ensure staff movements are streamlined and efficient without unnecessary administrative and procedural delays
- To improve the team’s understanding of users, their needs and pain points so this can be captured in our designs.
Overall, this helps ensure that prototype design is centred around the user’s needs.
Timelines & Logistics
Session Dates: Weekly Wednesday & Thursdays (Can be changed to suit user availability)
Duration: 60 Minutes
Location: Microsoft Teams
Consent: Consent and Information sheets will be sent to each participant prior to the session which must be signed and returned before the session.
British Trauma Society Annual Scientific Meeting 23rd-24th November 2022 Abstract Submission Open (closing date 31st July)
Abstract submissions are now open for the Annual Scientific Meeting, a two day meeting taking place in Oxford on 23rd and 24th November 2022.
You are invited to submit an abstract for oral presentation and poster presentation via https://www.britishtrauma.com/.
The British Trauma Society is a multidisciplinary society and so any topic related to the care of the injured from the pre-hospital to hospital specialists to rehabilitation will be favourably considered. The meeting is also open to students and all allied health care professionals. Prizes are available for the best presentations!
On the day before the meeting, 22nd November, there is an educational day on “Innovation in trauma". Further details will be posted on BTS website.
The closing date for submission is 31st July.
Registration for the event will be open at a later time.