7 September 2017
Follow our simulated paediatric patient's journey from admission to ED through to PICU with transfers to CT inbetween.
19 July 2017
The Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Foundation Year Quality Improvement Symposium is organised by Oxford Simulation, Teaching and Research (OxSTaR), which is based in our Department.
21 February 2017
Rosamund Snow, Patient Editor for The British Medical Journal and Clinical Research Fellow at OxSTaR (Oct '14 - Sept '16), provides a thought-provoking journey through a healthcare improvement process from a patient's perspective.
23 September 2016
The Future Leaders Programme is a year long course for newly appointed consultants in the OUHT designed to build on existing skills in leadership and quality improvement. In the inaugural year 17 participants from very varied clinical backgrounds gained invaluable experience in the design and delivery of operational and strategic projects which produced real, sustainable improvements in the workplace. To find out more click on the video above.
8 May 2015
Owen Gustafson, Team Lead Physiotherapist, won the Educator and Trainer award (issued by Health Education Thames Valley) for contributions to the learning environment.
30 March 2015
OxSTaR in partnership with the Practice Development Facilitators from the Cardiac Angiography Suite (CAS) have run the first ever bespoke human factors course for the Cardiac Angiography Suite at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust (OUH).
16 February 2015
Multidisciplinary Team Training in the Paediatric Emergency Department
14 July 2014
Staff at OxSTaR have been at the forefront of a new initiative designed to help recently qualified doctors improve patient safety in the Oxford University Hospitals Trust.
30 September 2013
Nationally accredited MEPA course now running for Consultants
23 September 2013
For the second time this year OxSTaR was involved in the Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance HEMS Crew Course. This is a 5 day course based at the SCAS Education Base in Boar’s Hill, Oxford.