Watch the Clinical Development Kit Masterclass series kick-off with Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS FT

Watch the Clinical Development Kit Masterclass series kick-off with Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS FT

The first in TPP’s series of webinars showcasing some of the best uses of SystmOne from across care settings took place last week. Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SABP) presented the work they have developed for partner organisations, such as Barnardo’s and the National Autistic Society, using our new Visualisations tool.

Surrey and Borders’ Clinical Development Kit Masterclass session is available to watch on-demand here or via the player below.

Many of our users have been creating incredible tools and content using the flexibility of SystmOne for several years. We’ve started this series of Clinical Development Kit Masterclasses to provide them with the opportunity to share some of the fantastic content they have produced using the Clinical Development Kit (CDK), SystmOne’s no-code development platform. This series will not only allow our users to showcase their work but provide a platform to further learn from one another and explore what’s possible.

The CDK is a suite of simple and user-friendly tools built into SystmOne as standard to enable users to build, amend, and share clinical tools and pathways tailored to the unique needs of their service. The platform can be used to produce a variety of content, such as Visualisations, Protocols, Templates and more.

The creation of this bespoke content can encourage the standardisation of care, reduce consultation time, and support new ways of working within services. The content produced can be shared between users or across organisations using SystmOne’s Resource Library, meaning knowledge can be leveraged effectively across regions and beyond.

Visualisation developed by SABP for Barnardo's

Visualisation developed by SABP for Barnardo’s

Visualisation developed by SABP for the National Autistic Society

In Surrey and Borders’ Masterclass session, they showcased the work they’ve developed using the new Visualisations tool available as part of the CDK. The Trust have invested time and resource into their design teams over the past two years in order maximise the capabilities of SystmOne to further improve care delivered by the Trust and its partner organisations.

To support the needs of non-clinical staff working at two of their partner organisations, Barnardo’s and the National Autistic Society, they used the new Visualisations solution to build a bespoke and simple interface to sit on top of SystmOne – examples pictured above. This work was delivered as part of SABP’s aim of creating the most effective and straight-forward experience to suit the differing needs of end-users.

This brilliant project from Surrey and Borders is just one of many examples of the great work being produced by our users, which we hope to continue sharing as part of this series. Read more about SABP’s project here and listen to their Digital Health Unplugged podcast here.

The next Clinical Development Kit Masterclass will take place on 23rd of March 2022 12-1pm. NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG will be showcasing their use of the CDK to support their F12 project. The sign-up link for this session will be posted on TPP’s Twitter page (@TPP_SystmOne) in due course.

If you or someone else in your service has produced clinical content using SystmOne that you’d be interested in sharing in your own session, please email with a brief explanation of your work.

For more information on the Clinical Development Kit, please click here.

To read about how Leeds Teaching Hospitals and The Pennine Musculoskeletal Partnership used tools within the CDK to produce clinical calculators, please click here.