CHI Learning & Development (CHILD) System

Welcome to the preview of what the CHI Learning & Development (CHILD) System can offer you! While we are working hard to put together a robust knowledge management platform for you, we are excited to have you join us on a co-learning journey and want you to have a taste of the knowledge you can find or share within CHILD. When completed, the national knowledge management platform will allow you to research, collaborate and share your healthcare projects with professionals from Singapore and beyond!

Created based on the 'Share, Learn, and Do' model, CHILD serves as an open repository for healthcare innovation, improvement and productivity project reports, best practices and learning experiences.

Contributed by innovators and improvement enthusiasts across the healthcare sector, CHILD is open to anyone (e.g. local and international healthcare institutions, industry players, academia and the public) keen to share, learn and collaborate. We welcome you to explore this snippet of CHILD and experience how it can enable your search for knowledge across walls and borders. 

If you like to play a part in co-creating CHILD, we invite you to submit a contribution of your work here at CHILD@ttsh.com.sg.

Click  on the 'light bulb'  to learn more about CHILD!

Click  on the 'innovation cycle' to read on!

 

📢 Latest News 📢

We are Back with Newly Uploaded Content

Search and gain insights from our latest batch of best practices stories and award winning projects in healthcare innovation, improvement and productivity!

We have resumed our monthly content upload exercise - so be on the lookout as more exciting projects are coming your way.

If you would like to showcase your good work to the wider healthcare team, email to join our community of content contributors: CHILD@ttsh.com.sg.

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CHILD Social Media is LIVE!

In the spirit of social learning & engagement, we have launched CHILD's social media presence on:

 Do follow us on these platforms and discover the latest in Healthcare Innovation!

 

 

 Better 2021 - Better Search Experience (WIP) 

As a new year begins, we are continuing to 'raise' CHILD! Just like any growing CHILD, we too are learning and actively enhancing the interim site, aimed at providing you with better search and navigation experience.

While the site is still being upgraded, stay tuned for timely updates on our CHILD social media platforms. Talk to us, connect with us, and join us on our shared vision and journey.

You can co-learn and cross-share, anytime and anywhere - with just a touch of your fingers! 

 

 

 Shoutout to our Taxonomy Development Partner!

We are proud to partner with esteemed members from the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine) Medical Library, Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Together, we embarked on this co-learning journey to enhance CHILD's taxonomy and search function! 

Special thanks to the project team: Ms Caroline Pang, Dr Serene Ng, Mr Lim Kong Meng, Ms Tan Pei Jiun, Mr Chua Junjie, Ms Padmaja Muralidharan, Dr Schusie Sun, Ms Umarani Jayapal, Ms Yasmin Munro and Ms Lena Sam for joining us on this exciting project!

 
 

Editor's Pick

 PreSAGE: A Smart-Bed Exit Prediction & Prevention System based on Thermal Sensing

Bedside falls can now be better prevented with this award winning* patient monitoring system - PreSAGE. The automated fall detection and surveillance system uses thermal imaging and smart video analytics can predict bed-exit situations of high fall risk patients, and subsequently trigger advanced warning to facilitate early interventions.

*Asia Pacific HIMSS-Elsevier Digital Healthcare Award 2019 - Winner of Outstanding ICT Innovation Award

Read on for more:  https://bit.ly/3zSlyF0

Suggested reading: Singapore Medical Association News_Vol.53 No.4 April 2021.pdf                                                          

                                 
                                    

30% Man-Hours Saved Using Ultrasonic Assisted Wound (UAW) Debridement

Through the adoption of technological solutions such as the Ultrasonic Assisted Wound (UAW) Debridement machine, the specialty wound care team from Yishun Community Hospital is now able to deliver more efficient care especially for patients with complex wound.

The team's achievements in improving patient wound outcome, enhancing staff productivity and reducing healthcare costs have earned them the AIC Community Care Excellence Awards (CCEA) 2020: Team Award - Productivity Improvement category.

Read on for more: https://bit.ly/3vQHAEP  

Watch the video: https://bit.ly/3vNlZNr 

[Source: Content provided by AIC Quality & Productivity Division]

(check out other interesting articles at our Newsroom HERE)    


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Disclaimer

1.       CHI does not endorse any content submitted by any content provider, or any opinion, recommendation, or advice expressed therein, and CHI expressly disclaims any and all liability in connection with such content.

 

2.       All content hosted on this site are voluntary submissions by content providers. By submitting content to CHI, the content provider acknowledges that it does not contain any sensitive or confidential information such as patients details, detailed financial data and etc.; and that the submitter has ensured his/ her Institution has deemed it suitable for public visibility. 

                          

3.       The content provider grants CHI and users of CHILD a non-exclusive, transferable, worldwide licence to:

  • access, view and modify the content;
  • store the content and any modified content;
  • share and distribute the content.
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4.       CHI reserves the right to remove any content without prior notice if properly notified that the content infringes on another Party's Intellectual Property (IP) rights.

 

5.       All IP matters arising from the projects shared on CHILD are the properties of the respective Institutions. CHI is not responsible for any IP that may arise from collaborations borne out of CHILD. Any further IP arising from collaborations between the Institutions or its employees or any other person shall be managed by the respective parties.

 

6.      Should you use any of the content shared on this site, please credit or cite source of content, such that due acknowledgement of effort can be given to the content owner/ institution.