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                                                 Doctors Basic View
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                                                                                                         Version 2.2
                                                                                          Publication Date July 2011




                                                       ICT Training
                                               First Floor, Victoria House
                                               Queen Alexandra Hospital
                                                    Cosham PO6 3LY
                                             Tel: 023 9228 6000 ext: 5867
                                          Email: ICT.Training@porthosp.nhs.uk
                                           Website: www.training.iphis.nhs.uk


  ICT TRAINING has made every effort to ensure that the material in this manual was correct at the time of publication
  but cannot be held responsible for any errors or inaccuracies. ICT TRAINING reserves the right to change or replace
  information contained in the manual without notice. For the most up to date version please refer to the ICT Training
  website. All references made to patient records are fictitious for the purpose of training only.




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2
CONTENTS


1.     GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION ................................................................... 1
2.     INFORMATION GOVERNANCE ......................................................................... 2
       2.1.    What can you do to make Information Governance a success? ................... 2
3.     CONFIRMATION OF DETAILS PROCEDURES ...................................................... 4
4.     INITIAL LOG ON............................................................................................ 5
5.     PMI LIST OF PATIENTS <LIS> ........................................................................ 6
       5.1.    Basic Guide .......................................................................................... 6
       5.2.    Search Procedure ................................................................................. 7
       5.3.    Other Search Methods ........................................................................... 7
       5.4.    Search Hints ........................................................................................ 7
       5.5.    Help List .............................................................................................. 8
6.     PMI DOCUMENT PRINT <DP> ......................................................................... 9
7.     EPISODE ENQUIRY <EPI> ............................................................................. 10
EPISODE ENQUIRY – STATUS CODES ..................................................................... 11
8.     INPATIENT NAME ENQUIRY <NI> .................................................................. 12
9.     INPATIENT LOCATION LIST <IPL> ................................................................. 13
10. PRINTING ...................................................................................................... 14
11. APPOINTMENT ENQUIRY <APE> ....................................................................... 14
12. CLINIC ENQUIRY <CEQ> ................................................................................. 14
13. VIEW ONLY (READ) CLINICAL CODING .............................................................. 15
14. FAULT REPORTING .......................................................................................... 16
       14.1 ICT Service Desk .................................................................................. 16
       14.2 Out of office hours ................................................................................ 16
       14.3 ICT Training ......................................................................................... 16
15. HELP WITH DBV ............................................................................................. 17
16. VERSION CONTROL/LOG.................................................................................. 17




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2
Patient Administration System (P.A.S) Course

1. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION

_______________________________________________________________________

COURSE TITLE                           DOCTORS BASIC VIEW
METHOD OF TRAINING                     Doctors Induction sessions
DURATION                               1 hour
PRE-REQUISITES                         None
         _______________________________________________________________________

ABOUT THE COURSE
This course is just for Junior Doctors attending on Doctors Induction day.

         _______________________________________________________________________

SUITABLE FOR

Junior doctors and Doctors starting in the Trust.
      _______________________________________________________________________

OBJECTIVES

This course will enable the student to:



    1.    Log on and off of the PAS System
    2.    Find and select a patient
    3.    Look up appointments and the Episodes
    4.    Print labels, letters, location list etc
    5.    View details of Inpatients or patients discharged within the last 3 days
    6.    Outpatient Diary
    7.    View Coding




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                 1
2. INFORMATION GOVERNANCE

Information Governance (IG) sits alongside the other governance initiatives of clinical, research and
corporate governance. Information Governance is to do with the way the NHS handles
information about patients/clients and employees, in particular, personal and sensitive
information. It provides a framework to bring together all of the requirements, standards and best
practice that apply to the handling of personal information.

Information Governance includes the following standards and requirements:

          Information Quality Assurance
                                                        Further information can be accessed through
          NHS Codes of Conduct:
                                                        the Trust Intranet:
               o Confidentiality
               o Records Management                     Information Governance (Departments
               o Information Security                   sections), and
          The Data Protection Act (1998)                Management Policies (Policies section)
          The Freedom of Information Act (2000)
          Caldicott Report (1997)


     2.1.       What can you do to make Information Governance a success?

2.1.1.    Keep personal information secure
Ensure confidential information is not unlawfully or inappropriately accessed. Comply with the Trust
ICT Security Policy, Confidentiality Code of Conduct and other IG policies. There are basic best
practices, such as:
        Do not share your password with others
        Ensure you "log out" once you have finished using the computer
        Do not leave manual records unattended
        Lock rooms and cupboards where personal information is stored
        Ensure information is exchanged in a secure way (e.g. encrypted e-mails, secure postal or
           fax methods)
2.1.2.    Keep personal information confidential
Only disclose personal information to those who legitimately need to know to carry out their role. Do
not discuss personal information about your patients/clients/staff in corridors, lifts or the canteen or
other public or non-private areas.
2.1.3.    Ensure that the information you use is obtained fairly
Inform patients/clients of the reason their information is being collected. Organisational compliance
with the Data Protection Act depends on employees acting in accordance with the law. The Act
states information is obtained lawfully and fairly if individuals are informed of the reason their
information is required, what will generally be done with that information and who the information is
likely to be shared with.
2.1.4.    Make sure the information you use is accurate
Check personal information with the patient. Information quality is an important part of IG. There is
little point putting procedures in place to protect personal information if the information is
inaccurate.



Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                              2
2.1.5.    Only use information for the purpose for which it was given
Use the information in an ethical way. Personal information which was given for one purpose e.g.
hospital treatment, should not be used for a totally separate purpose e.g. research, unless the
patient consents to the new purpose.
2.1.6.    Share personal information appropriately and lawfully
Obtain patient consent before sharing their information with others e.g. referral to another agency
such as, social services.
2.1.7.    Comply with the law
The Trust has policies and procedures in place which comply with the law and do not breach
patient/client rights. If you comply with these policies and procedures you are unlikely to break the
law.

For further Information Governance training refer to:
http://www.igte-learning.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/igte/index.cfm


Written by PHT Information Governance Manager, Sept 2010




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                       3
3. CONFIRMATION OF DETAILS PROCEDURES

To ensure that the Patient Administration System (PAS) contains up to date particulars of all
patients being treated, staff must verify with patients their personal details. This should be
undertaken when the patient is arriving at the hospital on admission or when attending for an
outpatient clinic or other types of appointment.

The types of details we must verify are those within the Patient Master Index (PMI) function within
PAS and covers the following items:

           Patient Forename, Surname and Title
           Date of Birth
           NHS Number (If not one shown on screen)
           Address and Postcode
           Telephone Number – Home and Work numbers
           Name and Practice Address of GP
           Religion
           Marital Status
           Next of Kin
           Ethnic Group
           Military No (If applicable)

By checking the above details with the patient, we are ensuring the following:

* PAS contains the latest details for all our patients.
* Mistakes or “old” details can be amended.
* Information relating to the patient’s well-being, such as Religion and Ethnic Group, can be
  used in patient care.
* Emergency contact details for relatives are up to date.

In some circumstances it will be difficult to verify the details highlighted above as the patient may
not be coherent at time of arrival (eg emergency admission, A&E, etc). However, it is important
that at the earliest opportunity, the details are verified and amended accordingly.

Important – If details are amended*, please remember to print a new set of labels,
remove and destroy any incorrect labels from casenotes. We must not retain any labels
that do not contain current details.

Many thanks for your cooperation.

Prepared by: ICT Information Manager
Issued: January 2003
Reviewed: July 2011
Version No: V1.2


* To amend patient details you will need to have access to PMI at level 1. Please book the
course PMI Add and Revise. In the meantime make sure you ask a colleague with access
to amend the patient record.




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                     4
    4. INITIAL LOG ON

    Due to the variation of computer equipment being used within the Trust log-in procedures can differ
    between areas. Check with your area what yours entails.



 NOTE: Ifon the Doctors Combined Account Form, which you should complete ataccess request is
  included
           using a PC or Thin Client you must have an NT account set up. This
                                                                              the earliest
    opportunity. If this has not been completed, please contact the ICT Training Department on
    Extension 5867 to be sent a form.


    1. Follow your area instructions until you get to where, at the top of the screen in the centre, you
       are asked for the ‘USERNAME’

    2. Type in the ‘Username’ you have been allocated by the Help Desk, (usually your surname and
       initial or combinations of them).

    3. At the prompt Password type in the word ‘password’.

    4. The screen will then indicate that this has expired and ask you to type in a new password. This
       is where you type in the password that is only for your use and MUST NOT be shared with
       anyone, (see Information Governance on page 2). You will then be asked to type it in again as
       verification.

    Passwords can be a combination of letters and numbers but must not be less than 6 or
    exceed 12 characters.

    5. If you have been given access to record information for more than one site you will then be
       asked to enter the Hospital Code you wish to record for, e.g. QAH, SMH.



 WARNING:        You get 3 attempts to log on to the system. If the 3rd attempt is unsuccessful you will
    be logged out of the system but may start the process again.

    For subsequent log-ins you will need to enter:

    prd (if required)       <Return>

    Username                e.g. bloggsj _ <Return>

    Password                _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ <Return>

    Hospital =              (if appropriate)

    Your password lasts for 90 days; you will be warned that it is running out so you have time to think
    of a new one. If you forget your password or need to reset it, please contact the ICT Service Desk
    on 023 9268 2680.




    Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                       5
5. PMI LIST OF PATIENTS <LIS>

The <LIS> function is the means to establish if a patient has had past contact with any of the
Portsmouth Hospitals. If they have then all or part details will be found on the PMI (Patient Master
Index), searches can be made using various combinations of patient demographic information, i.e.
surname and forename initial, date of birth or approximate age and sex, or any combination. If no
matches are found, a list of similar sounding names may be made available to you. To ensure
entries are not duplicated, use Casenote number only as a last resort.

5.1. Basic Guide
1. Log on in the usual manner.

2. Select function <LIS> and press <RETURN>

3. To search for the patient always start by using the INITIAL SEARCH PROCEDURE, surname,
   forename initial, date of birth, sex (see notes Page 7 & Page 8 for other help/suggestions).

4.   Press <RETURN>. A list of possible matches will be displayed.

5. Select correct patient from list by entering the appropriate Sequence Number on the left hand
   side of the screen. Press <RETURN>. The patients’ basic details will be displayed. Check that
   they are correct.

6. For other details select from the taskbar at bottom of screen:

      1         =     DETAILS 1 - Displays G.P. Details, Next of Kin, Religion, Marital
                      Status, NHS Number etc.

      2         =     DETAILS 2 – Displays GDP Details, Ethnic Origin etc.

      3         =     CASENOTES - Displays Casenote number(s) and location of notes
                      and status (current or withdrawn).

      4         =     EPISODES - Displays previous and current inpatient, outpatient,
                      episodes plus waiting list details and dates, in order of date of
                      attendance (most recent dates are at the TOP of the list).

     Press relevant number for information required, then <RETURN>. Further details will be
     displayed.

7. Press F1 to exit <LIS>.




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                      6
    5.2. Search Procedure
    The first search for a patient should always be by following the ‘INITIAL SEARCH PROCEDURE’:

       SURNAME
       FORENAME (Initial only)
       DATE OF BIRTH
       SEX

    By using this method up to 90% of patients can be identified on the PMI.

    5.3. Other Search Methods
    1. If only NAME AND DATE OF BIRTH available, press <RETURN> until the cursor reaches the
       surname field. Type in the surname, forename initial, and date of birth, press <RETURN> (past
       postcode field) to end of screen.

    2. IF NAME ONLY available, press <RETURN> until the cursor reaches the surname field. Type in
       surname and forename initial. Press <RETURN> (past postcode field) to end of screen.


   THINK: Use various combinations of information to ensure you do a full search of the PMI, and
    identify the correct patient.


    3. CASENOTE NUMBER ONLY type in the Casenote Number in the relevant field, press
       <RETURN>.


 REMEMBER - if searching by has been withdrawn from use.will find anything under this number,
  even if the Casenote number
                              Casenote number the system
                                                          You must access the ‘Casenote’
    selection of the patient to check current ‘live’ number is used. Also, if searching by Casenote
    number this will not show possible ‘double’ registrations, therefore search by Casenote number
    should only be used in special circumstances.


    5.4. Search Hints
    If Date of Birth not known, you can search using an approximate age. We suggest you do not
    search using the postcode even if this is combined with other details, it will not find the patient if the
    address is not up to date.




    Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                          7
   5.5. Help List
   When searching for a patient, remember to try various combinations of information:

   1. Part surname - e.g. LEW for LEWKOWICZ.

   2. Double-barrelled name - could be reversed, e.g. Warwick-Brown, Brown-Warwick.

   3. Similar sounding names - e.g. Walters - Waters, Shepherd - Sheppard.

   4. Forenames such as Kathryn, Katherine or Catherine. Is initial entered correctly?

   5. Could Forename and Surname be reversed - e.g. Thomas Paul, Paul Thomas

   6. Other names such as Lesley/Leslie, Frances/Francis, Lee/Leigh/Lea.

       If the name has been spelt wrongly, another user may have amended the sex field to try to
       match the name, so you could try leaving the sex field blank. (F2 to delete field).

       Do not assume sex by forename, e.g.:

       Kim, Charlie, Lee could be male or female.

   7. Children could be registered as M-I (Male Infant) F-I (Female Infant) if they were not named at
      birth, or forename could have been changed after birth registration.

   8. Child could have a different surname from parent.

   9. Remember the Age +/- search only checks either side of the YEAR of the date of birth.
      Therefore, try checking on age only search. (Default is 9 years).


 REMEMBER:
      Always be aware of the search options you have.
      Every effort must be made to avoid duplicated entries.
      Previous Case notes on a shelf do not help care of the patient so search thoroughly.




   Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                       8
6. PMI DOCUMENT PRINT <DP>

This function is for printing a variety of labels, letters, etc.

1. Log on in the usual manner.

2. Search for patient using LIS function.

3. Select patient.

4. Select Function <DP>. Type ‘L’ In the one of the first 5 fields to recall the last patient selected.

5. Screen displays episodes to choose if appropriate.

6. Either select Episode or press <RETURN>.

7. Select Document – Super help List - F9

    e.g.        LAB              Casenote Labels
                PSS              Provider Spell Summary/Summary Sheet
                PID              Patient Identification Sheet

8. After selection of document the system may request the ‘Casenote Number’. Press F9 and select
   as appropriate. You will now need to type in:

    Destination         -        Enter printer name or number
    Copies              -        Enter number of copies required
                                 One copy = 14 Address Labels
    Enter               -        YES / NO




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                         9
7. EPISODE ENQUIRY <EPI>

This function will make available to you more detailed episode information on:

   INPATIENTS - Ward, Consultant, length of stay, all the admission and discharge dates.
   WAITING LIST.
   OUTPATIENT APPOINTMENT.
   WARD ATTENDER.
   ACCIDENT & EMERGENCY - front screen only

1. Log on in the usual manner.

2. Search for patient in the PMI LIS function. Select patient using sequence number. F1 to EXIT
   back to menu.

3. Select function <EPI> and press <Return>. Type ‘L’ (for last patient) in any of the top 4 fields,
   this will bring the patient selected in <LIS> to the EPI screen.

4. For more detailed information, select your episode by number, press <RETURN> and further
   episodic information will be displayed.

5. If the patient has not had any episodes the screen will provide the message:

    NO RELATED EPISODES FOUND

6. Press F1 to exit <EPI>.




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                      10
EPISODE ENQUIRY – STATUS CODES


IP ADM                  -     Current Inpatient
IP SUSP                 -     Patient out on home leave

DSCH INCPT              -     Inpatient   Discharged - Coding Incomplete
DSCH CMPLT              -     Inpatient   Discharged - Coding Complete
DIED INCPT              -     Inpatient   Died – Coding Incomplete
DIED CMPLT              -     Inpatient   Died – Coding Complete

A+E ATN                 -     Accident & Emergency Attendance

WL   ACTV               -     Patient   on Inpatient Waiting List
WL   DEFER              -     Patient   on Deferred Inpatient Waiting List
WL   SUSP               -     Patient   on Suspended Inpatient Waiting List
WL   CANC                     Patient   Cancelled from Inpatient Waiting List

CEA                     -     Cancel Treatment - Elective Add.
                              CEA may appear under the status on some episodes, this is to
                              indicate the patient was Admitted and Discharged without
                              having had treatment and is placed back on the Waiting List.

PRE ADM TCI             -     Pre-Admission - To Come In - Date Offered
PRE ADM                 -     Pre-Admission Cancelled
CANC
PRE ***                 -     Pre-Admission Date Past - Patient Not Admitted

OP REG                  -     Outpatient Appointment Episode
OP DSCH                 -     Discharged from Outpatients

WA    ATT               -     Ward Attender – Attended
WA    EXP               -     Ward Attender – Expected
WA    CNC               -     Ward Attender – Cancelled
WA    DNA               -     Ward Attender - Did Not Attend
WA    WLK               -     Ward Attender - Walked In
WA    ***               -     Attendance Date Passed - Outcome not Recorded

SG REG                  -     Service Group Referral
SG DSCH                 -     Discharged from Service Group
SG                      -     Indicates a Patient Contact attached to the Service Group
                              Referral

IP SUMM                 -     Isle of Wight Use Only (Inpatient Summary)
OP SUMM                 -     Isle of Wight Use Only (Outpatient Summary)




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                         11
8. INPATIENT NAME ENQUIRY <NI>

This function enables the user to view details of patients currently in Hospital or recently discharged.

The display is only for the Hospital for which you have accessed the system, i.e. QAH/ SMH.


1. NAME – Enter surname of patient.

2. A list of patients matching the criteria you have requested will be displayed. Display shows:

    Casenote Number
    Patient’s Name
    Ward
    Consultant
    Speciality
    Patient’s Age & Sex

    Status of Stay:     If blank, patient is still on ward.
                        DSCI = Discharged, Coding Incomplete
                        DSCC = Discharged, Coding Complete
                        SUSP = Suspended – Patient on Home Leave
                        DECD = Deceased (* in Dead Column)

3. If no patient matching criteria is found or selected screen will display:

    TRY AGAIN Y/N.

    If Y (YES) entered – will return to name prompt.
    If N (NO) entered – search on pre-admission? Y/N. Search on waiting list? Y/N.

2. <F1> to EXIT.

This function can be used to find a patient and then recall them for any of the other functions
available, e.g. transfer, discharge.

1. Select appropriate patient from list using the selection number on the left hand side of the screen.

2. The screen will now return to the main menu.

    a. Select appropriate function from menu, e.g. LIS, EPI.

    b. Type in the letter L (last) in any of the top 5 fields and <RETURN>.

    c. The patient details will now appear on screen.




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                        12
9. INPATIENT LOCATION LIST <IPL>

Screen Display = List <F9> Super help - Select as required

CODE                    DESCRIPTION                                  PRODUCED BY

<AOE>                   ADMISSION OTHER EPISODE REPORT               ON DEMAND
                        By Surname or                                AD HOC
                        By Ward                                      REPRINT
                                                                     SCHEDULED

<CONS>                  CONSULTANT SURNAME LIST                      ON LINE

<HOME LEAVE>            OVERDUE HOME LEAVE                           ON DEMAND

**<INP DIR>             INPATIENT DIRECTORY LIST                     ON LINE

<MBR>                   MIDNIGHT BED RETURN                          ON DEMAND

<REL WARD>              RELIGION WARD LIST                           ON LINE

<RLG NAME>              RELIGION SURNAME LIST                        ON LINE

*<WARD NAME>            WARD SURNAME LIST                            ON LINE


*   The <WARD NAME> WARD SURNAME LIST is a very useful list to validate the names of those
    patients who should be inpatients on a ward. This will also show patients booked out on ‘home
    leave’ (suspended admission) and their expected return date.

** <INP DIR> runs a list to a printer of every person who is an inpatient. This should only be
   produced by the appropriate staff as arranged.




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                   13
    10. PRINTING

    At Destination prompt – Type in printer name/number.

       ON DEMAND           -        Document will print now
       AD HOC              -        Will run on a given day
       SCHEDULED           -        will be repeated at a given interval
       REPRINT             -        Reprint of an existing report to print now

    To Display on Screen:

    At Destination – Type in ‘Term’ after enter 'Yes' - list will display.

   NOTE: Some lists are not available for screen display



    11. APPOINTMENT ENQUIRY <APE>

    Appointment Enquiry will display ALL appointments the patient has, with the most recent at the top
    of the list. Select either by moving the highlighted bar to the appropriate appointment and press
    <Return>, or type in selection number from left hand side of the screen and <Return>.


    NOTE: You will only be able to select those appointments for which you have booking access. If
   selected the appointment details will be viewed on the screen e.g. transport details, comments.




    12. CLINIC ENQUIRY <CEQ>

    This function is used to display, on the screen, an up to date list of the names and details of patients
    attending a specified clinic on a specified day. Patients’ appointments are displayed in time order
    with patients’ details.

       Appointment Time
       Casenote Number
       Surname/Forename
       Appt Type
       Comment



   NOTE: To use this function you need specific Booking Access.




    Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                        14
     13. VIEW ONLY (READ) CLINICAL CODING

     Function Set            -        REC
     Function <RCV>          -        View only READ Coding

     These functions allow you to VIEW ONLY clinical codes allocated to a patient episode



 NOTE:
        If the selected episode has not been coded a message will display and the screen will revert to
         the Patient Selection Screen.

        If the episode is coded in the alternative coding e.g. looking in KEE/KCV at an episode which has
         been coded in READ and vice-versa a message will display and the screen will revert to the list of
         episodes for you to re-select if required.


     1. Search for and select your patient in the usual manner following PMI search instructions.

     2. Having selected your patient the screen will display the patients ‘Basic Details’ screen.

     3. Screen prompt asks if you wish to revise patient details YOU MUST ENSURE YOU ENTER ‘NO’



 NOTE: the episode.displays the patient’s current address which may differ from the address at the
  time of
          The screen



     4. The screen will now display patient episodes.     Select the required episode using the selection
        numbers on the left hand side of the screen.

     5. The screen will display the first page of diagnosis coding. If there is more than one screen of
        data the screens will be shown in succession. Press <Return> to move through screens.

     6. After ‘Diagnosis’ display, ‘Procedure’ codes will be shown in the same way.

     7. Each consultant episode within the selected stay will be presented in turn.

     8. After all episode coding has been displayed the screen will revert to the ‘Patient Selection
        Screen’.



    NOTE: Older inpatient episodes (approx 1993/4) were recorded in a separate Function Set (KEE), if
     you need to access these please contact ICT Training on Extension 5867 or email
     ict.training@porthosp.nhs.uk.




     Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                       15
14. FAULT REPORTING

From time to time you may experience problems with faulty equipment, software problems or access
to the Apex Pathology system ie password non acceptance problems. To resolve your problem a call
with need to be logged with the ICT Service Desk.


14.1 ICT Service Desk


Email                            ict.servicedesk@porthosp.nhs.uk

Phone                            023 9268 2680 or SJH (7703) 2680.


You will need to give the Service Desk certain information, so always ensure you have the following
information available. They may need to know:

Your Username.

The KB Number of the equipment. This is found on a small label (usually red or blue) stuck to the
equipment.

The clinical system you were working on.

The patient’s details e.g. case note no.

Exactly what you were attempting to do, e.g. log on, view a patient’s results.


14.2 Out of office hours
Contact the ICT Service Desk and leave a message on the answer machine. They will deal with the
problem as soon as they can. Alternatively email them.

If you feel there is a major system problem contact the switchboard for them to contact the engineer on
call.

14.3 ICT Training
If you identify an error in this manual or think that it would be useful to include something that has
not been covered, please contact ICT Training.



Email                            ict.training@porthosp.nhs.uk

External Phone                   023 9228 6000

Internal Phone                   QAH (7700) 5867




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                       16
15. HELP WITH DBV

If you feel you may need additional support, help or advice, you can contact the ICT Training Office.




Email                            ict.training@porthosp.nhs.uk

External Phone                   023 9228 6000

Internal Phone                   QAH (7700) 5867




16. VERSION CONTROL/LOG

Manual
Version      V.N
Date         [July] 2011
Revisions                                                                       Page
Update       Header & Footers                                                   All
Update       Initial log in details                                              5




Course Name Doctors Basic View v 2.2                                                      17

				
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