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PCP workshop for ENIGMA EC project Nov 2013

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Given that hospital cleaning costs a significant amount of money, the NHS needs to know how effective the cleaning regimes are and the impact that this has on infection control.

Monitoring of cleaning efficacy is thus important. (…) The ideal test would be a test for product residue itself that gives rapid results to facilitate immediate corrective action, and is simple enough to be performed on the ward without the need for a laboratory.
A number of methods have been developed over the past 20-30 years that approach these requirements. (…)


There remains, however, a need

for more rapid and specific identification of bacteria/viruses on patients

and in the environment so that action can be taken immediately to reduce the infection risk to the patient concerned and the risk to others within the healthcare setting.

The ideal kit would be:
Inexpensive; Cover a wide area (up to 50 cm 2 at a single test); Give immediate results, providing feedback to the cleaners as they work or providing information to inform decisions to clear a room prior to occupation by a new patient; Avoid the need to apply a liquid or a gel to the surface being tested, as this will not be cleaned off a permanent coating may be acceptable but would need to be tested for bacterial adherence properties; Must be very simple so domestic supervisors are comfortable using it Infection Control Nurses would only have time to use the test infrequently; Able to distinguish between live and dead organisms.



Capacity-building Training Session on
Pre-commercial procurement (PCP)

Cities training on Needs Assessment methods

Gent, 27 November 2013

facilitator:
Dr Michael Wilkinson, Baxendale-Inavya
Practical
Simple
Skill-development
Pre-Commercial Procurement
Problem
When
do your customers have this problem?
thank you
Problem
who, what,
when, where,
why, how
(…) Given that hospital cleaning costs a significant amount of money, the NHS needs to know how effective the cleaning regimes are and the impact that this has on infection control. Monitoring of cleaning efficacy is thus important. (…) The ideal test would be a test for product residue itself that gives rapid results to facilitate immediate corrective action, and is simple enough to be performed on the ward without the need for a laboratory. A number of methods have been developed over the past 20-30 years that approach these requirements. (…)

There remains, however, a need for more rapid and specific identification of bacteria/viruses on patients and in the environment so that action can be taken immediately to reduce the infection risk to the patient concerned and the risk to others within the healthcare setting.

The ideal kit would be: Inexpensive; Cover a wide area (up to 50 cm 2 at a single test); Give immediate results, providing feedback to the cleaners as they work or providing information to inform decisions to clear a room prior to occupation by a new patient; Avoid the need to apply a liquid or a gel to the surface being tested, as this will not be cleaned off a permanent coating may be acceptable but would need to be tested for bacterial adherence properties; Must be very simple so domestic supervisors are comfortable using it Infection Control Nurses would only have time to use the test infrequently; Able to distinguish between live and dead organisms.
Problem
Desired Benefits
example
Objective
of the Workshop

At the end of the Workshop, participants would have contributed to the making of
2 Innovation Challenges
,

each comprised of

- problem statement &
- sought benefits statement

Was the objective met?

Will this help solve problems?


Examples from the
NHS
Desired Benefits
Challenge
About Me
25 yrs innovation experience
- PhD Warwick University
- Rush Presbyterian St Luke's Medical Center - Chicago
- National Endowment of Science Technology Arts
- London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
- Cabinet Office
- NHS National Innovation Centre
-
Inavya - an innovation service co-owned by Innova & Baxendale
portfolio
Desired
Benefits

Who?
What?
When?
Where?
Why?
How?
Challenge
Wouldnt it be great if... employment levels increased for young people who live in the most deprived areas of the city?
What changes can be made to the City's infrastructure to improve levels of employment for young people living in our most deprived areas?
A number of studies have shown that improvements in city lighting can have a positive influence on the health and wellbeing of inhabitants...
awareness is key
Blood Transfusion Chair
Problem

Donors falling off chair

7 yrs failed procurement


Solution
Co-created with NHS staff in months

International market
Temporary Side Room
Problem
Patients getting healthcare acquired infections

Solution
Co-created with NHS Staff
in months

Saves NHS £4,000 per avoided incidence

air curtain
hand-wash 'nudge'

clean design
Features
Dr Neal
Academic
Verco
City
Who?
What?
Where?
Why?
How?
Focus on the steps prior to PCP: Needs Identification and Concept Viability
Sources of
Needs
Insight
Scientists
Engineers
Academics
Literature
PCP Basics
Drafting a Needs Statement
Concept Viability
today's workshop
Government Documents
Achieve a
European PCP Dimension

- now -

Draft a
Joint Needs Statement
Achieve a
European PCP Dimension

- now -

Draft a
Joint Desired Benefits Statement


Does Concept Viability Work?
Group Exercise.

1) Break into groups consisting of 7 people

2) Choose to play in 1 of the following Groups - based on City (society need)
City 1 (reduce street crime)
City 2 (improve safety in shopping district)
City 3 (encourage inward investment)

3) Choose to play in 1 of the following Roles
scientist
engineer
government service manager
local politician
local business person
academic
18 yr old unemployed person
26 yr old unemployed recent university graduate
facilitator/recorder (mandatory role per group)

4) As a group, answer Who, What, When, Where, Why, How for:
Wouldn't it be great if... employment levels increased for young people who live in the most deprived areas of the city?
Societal Need of 'Verco City'

Dos and Dont's

do make sure that you understand the Contracting Authority's needs and desired benefits

do make sure to invite a panel of subject experts

do keep to the focus of attention to the viability of the Contracting Authority's concept e.g.
does a solution already exist?
is it technically possible to create such a solution
is enough time allocated?
is the budget sufficient?

do serve as the single link between the Contracting Authority and the group of participating suppliers

do keep control of the draft and final documents that go to the Contracting Authority

Don't allow supplier participants to have access to information to the Contracting Authority

Don't allow suppliers to use Concept Viability as a means to 'sell' their products.

Start of Wouldn't it be Great... assessments
Group Exercise.

From the perspective of a 'Harry Potter', what types of solutions would solve the challenge? and why?
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