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Teesside University | Published May 20, 2017
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Teesside University's Department of Academic Enterprise are seeking to appoint a team of consultants to enhance and support the Innovate Tees Valley ERDF Programme through the delivery of innovation support services to Tees Valley based SME companies. The maximum number of consultants awarded to each sub lot on the framework will be 5.

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Teesside University's Department of Academic Enterprise are seeking to appoint a team of consultants to enhance and support the Innovate Tees Valley ERDF Programme through the delivery of innovation support services to Tees Valley based SME companies. The maximum number of consultants awarded to each sub lot on the framework will be 5.

Teesside University's Department of Academic

Enterprise are seeking to appoint a team of

consultants to enhance and support the Innovate

Tees Valley ERDF Programme through the delivery of

innovation support services to Tees Valley based

SME companies. The maximum number of

consultants awarded to each sub lot on the framework

will be 5.

Corporate Online Print Service.

Teesside University | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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In order to streamline and evolve the services of Teesside University's creative team working within External Relations, we are looking to appoint 1 supplier to build, host and administrate a web to print system and produce and deliver finished printed materials.

Development of bespoke Infertility Database for the Department of Reproductive Medicine.

South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | Published November 20, 2014
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The Department of Reproductive Medicine (DRM), based at The James Cook University Hospital, currently provides a full range of both NHS and Private diagnostic and treatment options. The department is licenced by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) to carry out In-vitro fertilisation (IVF), as well as other assisted conception procedures, which must be performed under the governance of the HFEA Code of Practice. The Trust is regulated through a system of licensing, audit and inspection of the procedures and processes carried out within the department. A database system has been developed within the department using Microsoft Access, which has now been in use for over 15 years. The design of the database, and the information collected within it, has been altered over time to reflect changes in working practices and information requirements, although no enhancements have been made to the database in recent years. The system enables staff to record the necessary information required to treat patients, respond to audit requests and to comply with HFEA reporting requirements. A number of supplementary queries and spread sheets have also been created by staff to support audit and reporting requirements. The department is now looking to redevelop this database using modern programming tools and techniques. In particular the redeveloped system must be: Web-based and capable of working with Internet Explorer 7 or above; Flexible to enable future changes and enhancements, such as changes in legislation etc. to be quickly and easily made; Developed to meet all trust Information Governance and patient safety requirements such as ensuring data is encrypted, audit trails are available and the standards set out in DSCN 14/2009 and 18/2009 are met; Capable of accessing historical data. In terms of functionality, the system must cover the follow: Patient Registration — Integrated to the trust's Patient Administration System (PAS), the system must be capable of registering both the patient and their partner. Clinical Details — The system must record clinical details on referral, such as details of any previous pregnancies, lifestyle and general health information. Note tracking - Due to the sensitive and confidential nature of the service each patient has a set of notes made up on referral to the department. These notes are held within the department and not within the centralised medical records department. Therefore, a facility is required to track where the patient notes are within the DRM department. Scan and IVF Booking facility — The system must include a flexible ultrasound scan booking facility (e.g. to allow clinics to be overbooked) and IVF booking list which must be able to calculate a suggested treatment date based on a number of factors, e.g. stimulation regime. Waiting list — The system must include a flexible waiting list facility that allows patients to be selected for treatment based on a number of factors, e.g. by their age or by length of time on the waiting list. Treatment plans — The system must enable a treatment plan to be produced for each cycle of treatment and contain details of the planned treatment, stimulation regime, details of pre-existing pathology, etc. The treatment plan must also include details of the funding. i.e. if the patient is private or NHS. If funded by the NHS the system must record the Clinical Commission Group (CCG). Results and Outcomes — The system must record the results of tests and ultrasound scans taken, along with the overall outcome of the treatment, e.g. whether the patient has conceived. Reports and Letters — The system must enable the printing of a variety of outputs, including letters to patients and their GPs, reports for administrative, management, clinical and audit purposes and statutory HFEA reports. The current system is used by four distinct teams of staff: the ad
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