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The needs of surgeons for computer-assisted systems cannot be satisfied unless their requirements and expectations are known. We determined surgeons' needs for computer-aided systems using group facilitation processes that measure customer wants and needs, including quality function deployment and Kano Analysis. A one-day workshop hosted by the CISST ERC(More)
Uptake of bowel cancer screening uptake at our practice is 32.72%, which is below the national target of 60%, but our cancer prevalence and death rate is higher than our CCG statistical mean. We examined reasons for non-response to bowel cancer screening in our patients and explored ways to promote engagement. From August 2013 to February 2014 we used three(More)
The General Medical Council and Department of Health both recognise that although the acquisition of written informed consent for surgery is not a legal requirement, it remains a good practice. The use of consent forms enables operation details, including benefits and risks to be discussed and clearly documented. This ensures that patients are fully(More)
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