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NHS evaluates Blue Mirror Artificial Intelligence app for training staff in donning and doffing PPE


40 participating staff at Royal Worcester Hospital were individually provided with our Blue Mirror app, loaded on to an iPad with PPE provided. Staff used the app to don and doff AGP PPE and then completed a questionnaire, giving their immediate feedback.

100% of staff who evaluated Blue Mirror recommended the AI app as a training tool, with 67.5% strongly agreeing and 32.5% agreeing that the system was easy to use. When comparing to previous training methods, 97.5% of staff reported that the Blue Mirror system supported memory retention more so than traditional methods.



 

Bespoke Bag Design Projects Late 2021/early 2022 has been an exciting time for the CorrMed R&D team, designing medical bags with and for use by UK NHS and Private Ambulance Services. Our design process has been thorough and personal, read our blog about the full R&D design process. We have received extraordinarily positive feedback so far with the new National Clinical Response Bag and the National Medicines Bag available to view with appointments being arranged from mid-February.



Part of our R&D team – Ant, Brian & Fiona

 

One Year on for Fiona This time last year we welcomed Fiona Gardner to the CorrMed team and she has made herself invaluable in that time. Fiona brings the perfect balance of professionalism and fun to the team and as such has played an integral role during a year of growth for the company.

In the past 12 months Fiona has worked to secure the following successes with CorrMed:

  • Won contracts to supply NHS England and National Services Scotland with our vaccine bags

  • Won a contract to design a bespoke blood bag

  • Concluded two product evaluations with 100% user recommendation for Blue Mirror Artificial Intelligence for PPE training

  • Worked with industry leaders and the CorrMed R&D team to create a new line of national paramedic bags due for launch in 2022

 

AIRsteril Keeps Cop26 Climate Conference Safe AIRsteril was chosen above the competition and installed throughout the Scottish Event Campus (SEC), the venue for COP26 Climate Conference in the heart of Glasgow city centre. AIRsteril uses a combination of technologies to clean the air of virus and bacteria. The units are thoroughly tested by independent laboratories and have been chosen by many Government buildings, schools, offices, hospitality buildings and also large exhibition venues such as EXPO in Belgium and also SEC in Glasgow. The AIRsteril units will have made a huge contribution to ensuring we saw no spike in Covid cases during the COP26 conference period in Glasgow. Contact us if you'd like to learn how AIRsteril can protect YOUR venue.



 

National Services Scotland approves our vaccine bags

We are delighted to announce CorrMed have been awarded the contract by NHS National Services Scotland for their vaccine porter / carrier systems as a part of the vaccine refrigeration and transportation framework. Several Health Boards are already in touch with us to evaluate the Porta Thermal bags and we are seeing keen interest from many teams. Contact us if you'd like to learn more or read our latest Porta Thermal blog.

 

AIRsteril available on the CPS Dynamic Purchasing System

Our AIRsteril products have been included in the Commercial Procurement Services Air Purification, decontamination and isolation systems. This is great news for our customers who now have the added reassurance of NHS approval and fast tracked procurement.


 

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