FSH set to WOW at the AfPP exhibition! Stand B33a
When you take the time to attend an event you want to come away from the day feeling inspired and buzzing with a sense that the day was 100% worthwhile. And with the AFPP congress coming up next week, Full Support Healthcare (FSH) can guarantee you that feeling.
We believe the product we will be launching at the event will have you returning to your hospital Trust with a sense of excitement and renewed energy. This is certainly the impact it has had on the FSH team. We will keep you guessing as to what this new and innovative product is till next week - but we can commit that this little device will positively transform practice for any forward thinking hospital.
Throughout the day at the AfPP congress we will be carrying out LIVE demos to showcase this new device. Our Clinical Education Specialists will be on hand to provide advice on how to use the product and the opportunity to even try the device yourself. Information will be readily available for you to take away for fellow colleagues.
On the night of September 20th, the Full Support Healthcare (FSH) team, looking determined and fuelled full of adrenalin descended on the indoor karting track of Northampton town.
The team, hyped with a competitive spirit, donned their driving suits, slipped on their helmets and saddled up ready to take the track; waiting anxiously and picturing that all important wave of the chequer flag.
The July 2012 issue of the Journal of Perioperative Practice looks at the benefits of essential procedure packs versus custom, and the efficiencies and cost savings they can provide.
Procurement decisions cannot only impact upon cost savings for a hospital, but also the quality of care a patient receives. We take a look at how the procurement of surgical procedure packs has addressed efficiencies in the theatre environment, and what the ultimate impact is for patients being cared for in the NHS.
Quality and productivity are the two buzz words that all NHS trusts aim to excel in. Since The White Paper, Equity and Excellence: Liberating the NHS was published in July 2010 it has been made explicit that quality cannot be delivered through top down targets. Instead, attention has shifted dramatically to outcomes to ensure that patients have more power and the frontline has by far the majority of power and accountability.
Full Support Healthcare (FSH) does not take success for granted and as such believe it is vital to give back to the local community as well as wider afield. Consequently FSH was thrilled to work with Peterborough Hospital NHS Trust in order to donate surgical equipment including drapes, gowns and procedure packs to Sierra Leone through the charity Resurge Africa.
Resurge Africa is an international development charity that aims to save lives and build futures. The charity provides infrastructure and training in reconstructive and burns surgery to surgeons, anaesthetists, therapists and nurses in West Africa.
Our CEO, Sarah Stoute is passionate about supporting opportunities for young people in and around the local area. Initiatives such as the recent County Schools Challenge, which challenged students to come up with a campaign to reduce violence in the local area, are ideal, as it aids students in becoming more employable; giving individuals new abilities such as presenting, team work, delegation, budgeting and leadership.
The scheme offers them the opportunity to gain an understanding of some of the expertise needed to survive and thrive in today’s work environment; all good reasons why Full Support Healthcare as a company support these sorts of initiatives.