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Changing Lives

Our ambition is for Kabul to have health services in which we can all take pride. These services will reach beyond our hospital and provide care where it is needed most – at home, in our communities, or in specialist facilities across Afghanistan.

Outstanding research, a commitment to learning and improvement, and a focus on partnership, will allow Champion Teaching Hospital to succeed. Success will see the health of the population transformed and inequalities in health reduced substantially.

Our Values

Our values define what is important in the way we deliver our vision.

Our core behaviors set out how we will work, regardless of the role we hold in the organisation. These behaviours, consistently carried out, will embed the Champion Teaching Hospital values in our everyday working lives, and support delivery of our vision to change lives.

Clinical Quality And Patient Safety

We are committed to delivering high-quality clinical care using systems and procedures that are safe and effective for our staff and our patients.

We make a promise to our patients that they will experience care that is kind and compassionate; that they will feel safe; have choices; know that their views are listened to and that they have support to make decisions.

This promise is kept by our five core values and behaviors which we aim to embed into all our working lives.

A Paperless Hospital

Electronic health records have the power to transform healthcare and constantly improve the care we deliver.

Our vision over the next few years is to use electronic health records to provide safer and more integrated care for the future.

Our aim is to share records with our local providers, community nurses and GPs to provide continuous, seamless and integrated care to our patients and improve the health of our local population.

Equality And Diversity

Electronic health records have the power to transform healthcare and constantly improve the care we deliver.

Our vision over the next few years is to use electronic health records to provide safer and more integrated care for the future.

Our aim is to share records with our local providers, community nurses and GPs to provide continuous, seamless and integrated care to our patients and improve the health of our local population.

What type of disease can homeopathy treat?

Homeopathy does not treat diseases per se. Homeopathy activates the body’s own healing processes in both the physical and mental/emotional levels. The range of problems in which homeopathy can be effectively utilized is extensive and includes first aid, acute illnesses, and all manner of chronic conditions.

In 1991, three professors of medicine from the Netherlands performed a meta-analysis of 25 years of clinical studies using homeopathic medicines and published their results in the British Medical Journal. This analysis covered 107 controlled trials. The professors concluded, “the amount of positive results came as a surprise to us.” Specifically, they found that:

  • 10 or 13 trials showed successful treatment of respiratory infections
  • 6 of 7 trials showed positive results in treating other infections
  • 5 of 7 trials showed improvement in diseases of the digestive system
  • 5 or 5 showed successful treatment of hay fever
  • 5 of 7 showed faster recovery after abdominal surgery
  • 4 of 6 promoted healing in rheumatological disease
  • 18 of 20 showed benefit in addressing pain or trauma
  • 8 of 10 showed positive results in relieving mental or psychological problems, and
  • 13 of 15 showed benefit from miscellaneous diagnoses.

Healing, of course, is done by the body’s intelligence-the only thing that heals. This is different than allopathic drugs which often cover up or suppress symptoms. Allopathic drugs FORCE physiological reactions, whereas homeopathic remedies ALLOW for the body’s intelligence to “awaken” and get on with the business of healing.

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KEY POLICIES

  • Caring and compassionate, with patients, each other and our partners
  • Actively listening, understanding and responding to patients
  • Relentlessly improving and innovating for patient safely
  • Achieving ambitious results by working together
  • Valuing every member of staff and their contribution to the care our

Our Values

Caring and compassionate, with patients, each other and our partners

At Barts Health, we champion dignity, compassion and respect, putting the individual at the heart of all decisions, striving to get it right for every person, every time.

Behaviors:

  • Welcoming and courteous
  • Dignity and respect
  • Humanity and kindness
  • Meet basic needs
We will…

  • Smile, introduce ourselves and welcome patients and others
  • Treat others as we would wish to be treated, with dignity and respect, and challenge others when they do not
  • Ask whether patients and others have everything they need, respond with humanity and kindness and carry out the things we can do, or find someone who engagement and involvement is essential in making improvements. We engage our staff and patients to achieve; better patient and staff experiences, fewer mistakes and better clinical outcomes.
  • Consider that the service we provide, regardless of our role, could fundamentally affect the basic needs of a patient.
Actively listening, understanding and responding to patients

Engagement and involvement is essential in making improvements. We engage our staff and patients to achieve; better patient and staff experiences, fewer mistakes and better clinical outcomes.

Behaviors:

  • Listen and involve
  • Understand and respond
  • Engage with others
  • Open and honest
We will…

  • Actively listen to and involve others in decisions that affect them
  • Spend time to understand others, reassure them that we have heard and respond in a timely manner
  • Give others the information they want and need, at the time it is required
  • Engage with patients and colleagues to identify and resolve complaints and concerns
  • Be honest about our point of view and what we can and cannot do
Relentlessly improving and innovating for patient safely

We support and challenge ourselves and others to do better. Being average isn’t good enough, we strive for excellence. We believe we can always do better.

Behaviors:

  • Get things right
  • Try new ideas
  • Improve through learning
  • Strive for excellence
We will…

  • Strive to do the right thing first time every time
  • Put forward and try out new ideas to deliver safer, high-quality services for patients
  • Offer, encourage and act on feedback as a way of learning and improving
  • Learn from mistakes to develop better and safer services
Achieving ambitious results by working together

We all need to understand the big health issues facing our population and use every opportunity to promote good health. Working as a cohesive team across Barts Health, we recognize the importance of partnership in achieving success, be that with staff, patients, communities, or any other partners to achieve life changing results.

Behaviors:

  • Personal responsibility
  • Team working
  • Promote good health
  • Courage to speak up
We will…

  • Take responsibility for personal and team performance
  • Work with patients, carers, colleagues, and partners, in ways that promote health and wellbeing
  • Work collaboratively with others in patients’ best interests
  • Value other people’s time by being punctual, professional and delivering on commitments
  • Act immediately to raise any genuine concerns which may adversely affect patients, public or staff
Valuing every member of staff and their contribution to the care our

Whether a staff member has a clinical or non-clinical role, is involved in direct patient care or is undertaking a supporting function (e.g. finance, IT, estates, HR) everyone at Barts Health is making an important contribution to patients’ experiences. Ensuring staff are appropriately trained, feel valued and empowered to make decisions in the best interest of patients is vital.

Behaviors:

  • Appreciate colleagues
  • Develop others
  • Build trust
  • Fairness and equality
We will…

  • Respect the skills, needs and contributions of colleagues in the delivery of safe, outstanding care
  • Say thank you to colleagues for a job well done
  • Share your knowledge and offer practical support to help and develop others
  • Work to build trust between managers and colleagues
  • Treat others as valued individuals and contribute to a climate of fairness and equality

Call us: 0700237665
Know us: www.cttc-af.org
Email us: info@cttc-af.org
Find us: House# 555, opposite old UN Compound, East Shirpoor Square,1003, Kabul, Afghanistan

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