How an NHS trust uses mobiles for dictation despite poor coverage

An NHS trust that provides mental health, learning disability and children’s services has introduced Windows mobile devices equipped with custom-written software that allows its staff to dictate clinical notes. The software copes with poor mobile coverage by storing recordings and sending them only when the device has good reception.

Building control – constructing a modern, diverse profession

In the second article in our series looking at the issues facing building control, James Carson of Idox explains how the building control profession is responding to the challenges of skills shortages, demographic change and inclusivity.

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