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Good Handover Practice

Good Handover Practice

Good Handover Practice

Naila Kamal
Naila Kamal
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 12 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 27 Mar 2018

Reference: 187203

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This session explores the significance of good clinical handover practice in relation to the following main areas: patient safety, patient and doctor satisfaction. It also deals with the methods and implications of good clinical handover practice and gives you a related self assessment opportunity.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
● Describe the benefits of good clinical handover practice and the implications of substandard handovers
● Recognise that clinical handover entails a multifactorial approach
● Recognise that clinical handover may overlap into interprofessional communities of practice, for overall continuity of care
● Discuss barriers and enablers to good handover practice
● Assess novel clinical handover techniques
● Identify the implications of good/bad clinical handover practice through case studies
Naila Kamal

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Naila Kamal
on behalf of Health Education England

"Naila Kamal is an Associate Specialist at North West London Trust Hospitals. Her professional involvement ranges from membership of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to fellowship of Higher Education Authority of the UK. Naila’s subspecialty is gynaecological oncology however, she now considers herself more an educationist than a clinician. Naila holds advanced qualifications in medical education which have enabled her to create educational resources using modern educational theories and cutting edge technologies.

Naila is an honorary lecturer at Imperial College School of Medicine. Her special interest in the educational field is development of online resources, particularly simulation (virtual and game based learning tools). She is the co-ordinator for Imperial College O&G e-Learning program and has co-authored modules for them.

Naila is the Trust Lead on various educational programs e.g. London Deanery’s Frontier Project of CPD for SASG doctors, for which she is an advisor. She is the Lead for a London Deanery’s pilot on ’Professionalism’ at her Trust, and is Deputy Lead for the faculty of undergraduate teaching in O&G at NWLH Trust.

Naila’s aim for all her remits is to contribute towards medical education so as to facilitate highly competent, caring and professional doctors for the future.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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