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PAEDIATRIC MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME IN NORTHERN IRELAND – A ‘ HANDS OFF ’ APPROACH

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With the city providing a picturesque backdrop, the conference at Belfast Castle enabled past, present and future leaders to celebrate success, discuss the challenges of our evolving health and social care system, and promote clinical leadership at all levels... The theme of the conference, paralleling that of the 2015/16 UMS programme, - “Learning to Improve”, was firmly embedded throughout the day; maintaining a strong focus on patient safety and quality improvement... Sir Liam outlined some of the challenges faced by leaders throughout the UK, describing variations in standards and coordination of care... He encouraged delegates to share outcomes and become “early adopters” of evidence, aiming for a truly patient-centred system which values quality and safety... Coinciding with World Quality Day, Mr Simon Hamilton MLA, Health Minister for Northern Ireland, outlined his vision for ensuring the quality of health and social care services throughout the region... Two panel sessions involving patient representative and clinical leaders, evoked much discussion on the theme of “Learning to Improve”... Dr Michael McBride, Chief Medical Officer, UMS President and Regional Lead for FMLM, interviewed the eight Clinical Leadership Fellows in the inaugural year of ADEPT - Achieve Develop Explore Programme for Trainees... This was an exciting opportunity to explore the views of some of our clinical leaders of the future, reflecting the commitment among doctors in training to develop leadership skills... As trainees, we were inspired by the passion and commitment of all present, and look forward to continuing to work collectively to achieve the aim that Quality 2020 set out – “to be recognised internationally, but especially by the people of Northern Ireland, as a leader for excellence in health and social care. ”

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Mentions: The tunnel through which the tendon traverses is identified. The narrowest diameter cervical dilator is then inserted into the tunnel and empty tendon sheath (Figure 2). It is directed towards and then past the radial tuberosity between the radius and the ulna. Rotation of the forearm confirms proper placement of the dilator on the ulnar side of the radius. With the forearm in full pronation, the dilator is advanced until it is palpable within the subcutaneous tissue of the forearm. The distal incision is then made over the site of prominence, splitting the common extensor and supinator muscles to identify the end of the dilator (Figure 3).


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Mentions: The tunnel through which the tendon traverses is identified. The narrowest diameter cervical dilator is then inserted into the tunnel and empty tendon sheath (Figure 2). It is directed towards and then past the radial tuberosity between the radius and the ulna. Rotation of the forearm confirms proper placement of the dilator on the ulnar side of the radius. With the forearm in full pronation, the dilator is advanced until it is palpable within the subcutaneous tissue of the forearm. The distal incision is then made over the site of prominence, splitting the common extensor and supinator muscles to identify the end of the dilator (Figure 3).

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With the city providing a picturesque backdrop, the conference at Belfast Castle enabled past, present and future leaders to celebrate success, discuss the challenges of our evolving health and social care system, and promote clinical leadership at all levels... The theme of the conference, paralleling that of the 2015/16 UMS programme, - “Learning to Improve”, was firmly embedded throughout the day; maintaining a strong focus on patient safety and quality improvement... Sir Liam outlined some of the challenges faced by leaders throughout the UK, describing variations in standards and coordination of care... He encouraged delegates to share outcomes and become “early adopters” of evidence, aiming for a truly patient-centred system which values quality and safety... Coinciding with World Quality Day, Mr Simon Hamilton MLA, Health Minister for Northern Ireland, outlined his vision for ensuring the quality of health and social care services throughout the region... Two panel sessions involving patient representative and clinical leaders, evoked much discussion on the theme of “Learning to Improve”... Dr Michael McBride, Chief Medical Officer, UMS President and Regional Lead for FMLM, interviewed the eight Clinical Leadership Fellows in the inaugural year of ADEPT - Achieve Develop Explore Programme for Trainees... This was an exciting opportunity to explore the views of some of our clinical leaders of the future, reflecting the commitment among doctors in training to develop leadership skills... As trainees, we were inspired by the passion and commitment of all present, and look forward to continuing to work collectively to achieve the aim that Quality 2020 set out – “to be recognised internationally, but especially by the people of Northern Ireland, as a leader for excellence in health and social care. ”

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