Out-of-hours care and research
Dr Richard Felwick talks about the challenges of out-of-hours care and undertaking research, and how he has combined these in his role to make care safer and better.
Introducing seven day services to acute medicine
Dr Sven Lehm and Dr Zia Din discuss the challenges of introducing seven day services to acute medicine, how they overcame them and the benefits to patients and staff. They also offer useful tips for meeting the second priority standard, 'time to consultant review'.
What role do medical assistants play in seven day services?
Daniel Wills talks about the innovative role of medical assistants within the trust and their beneficial impact on seven day hospital services.
The role of the doctors administrator
Felicity Thomas describes the role of doctors administrator and explains how it is bringing new people from different professions into the NHS and freeing up clinicians' time.
Drivers, challenges and benefits
Dr John Oxtoby talks about the drivers, challenges and benefits of implementing seven day services.
Priorities of the board
Robert Courtney-Harris talks about delivering seven day services across his trust, how the board prioritises quality, and his one key tip for delivering seven day hospital services.