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Do you know how patients in your hospital recover after major elective non-cardiac surgery? Do you know complication rates in your hospital? Do you know what patient recovery is like? Can you be certain that you, your colleagues and your hospital are providing good service? The Perioperative Quality Improvement Programme is trying to address these important questions and, in doing so, improve patient outcomes across the UK for all of our patients. So what is this program? PQIP was started by the National Institute of Academic Anaesthesias Health Services Research Centre in 2016. The initiative is supported by the Royal College of Anaesthetists, Royal College of Surgeons, Royal College of Physicians, Royal College of Nursing, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and Faculty of Pain Medicine, in addition to a number of professional specialist societies. The aim of the program is to look at Perioperative Care of patients undergoing major non-cardiac surgery and measure complication rates, failure to rescue and patient report outcomes one year after surgery. The aim is to collect data to support local and National Quality Improvement programs and to support implementation of best practice using multidisciplinary approach and reduce variation in processes of Care. The key focus is a multidisciplinary approach with involvement of nurses, surgeons, Anaesthetists, managers and patients in the process. PQIP has so far been adopted by 80 hospitals, and is aiming to recruit 70 000 patients over five years. A list of eligible procedures can be found at www. PQIP. Org. UK. PQIP aims to support local clinicians and managers to use data for local service improvement. We, as surgeons, are accustomed to hard outcomes such as length of stay, morbidity, and 30-and 90-day mortality. In addition to these more commonly used measures of Quality, PQIP provides patient focus Perioperative data on how our patients recover following major surgery; data that most of us would like to collect but lack resources to do so. These include, for example, your patients ' satisfaction with anaesthetic techniques, their pain experience after surgery, whether or not they are enrol in enhanced recovery pathways, their time to mobilisation, data on patient recovery at six months and disability-free survival at one year. Fortunately, as elective surgery is becoming safer, this recovery data is probably more meaningful. This is an advantage of PQIP. Data from each participating hospital is systematically feed back in real-time using a live dashboard along with quarterly and annual reports as well as more commonly used measures of quality such as 30-day mortality and tracking long-term patient outcomes, including disability-free survival at one year. This allows each participating hospital to review and follow their own data longitudinally and to benchmark their local outcomes against other participating centres in the UK. This data is gold at end of the rainbow for surgeons who wish to engage with their management teams to drive local quality Improvement programmes.

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Probation Officer training

The best way to train to be a probation officer is to mix theory with practice. So, your training towards Professional Qualification in Probation involves time both in the classroom and working with offenders. The PQiP programme takes 15 months if youve Level 5 that covers three of the following modules: Criminal Justice System Understanding Crime and Criminal Behaviour Penal Policy and Punishment of Offenders Rehabilitation of Offenders. If your Level 5 does cover three of the above modules, programme takes 21 months to complete. When youre do, youll gain a Level 5 Vocational Qualification Diploma in Probation Practice as well as an honours degree. Youll have all the academic learning and practical skills you need to work with and prepare reports for different offenders in our care. And youll be able to apply for Qualified Probation Officer positions. Prisons | Helping high-risk offenders to change, and reduce the likelihood of reoffending or causing significant harm. Working with Prison Officers and Community teams to assess risks and resettle offenders. Courts | Preparing pre-sentence reports and giving advice in court on the risk of reoffending. This involves speaking with offenders, police and other partner agencies. Communities | Managing Offenders on Community sentences or on licence from Prison. Assessing risks and putting action plans in place while collaborating with partner agencies to tackle causes of reoffending. You may also work with medium and low-risk Offenders in one of our partner Community Rehabilitation Companies. We welcome and encourage applications from everyone irrespective of background, identity, experience or circumstance, and particularly those underrepresented in our workforce. We strive for a workforce that is representative of our society and pride ourselves on being the employers of choice. When people come to work for us, we want them to feel safe and that they belong, are treated with empathy and respect, and have support and solidarity of their colleagues and managers, so we can all deliver our services fairly and in response to individual needs. In joining us, you join an organisation which is committed to values of humanity, openness, together and purpose. Find out more about how we champion diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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