EPR will give doctors, nurses and health workers information at their finger-tips

The benefits of EPR for staff

EPR will improve our services in many ways and transform the way healthcare staff work.   These stories give you more information about how services for patients could be made safer and more efficient with the introduction of EPR.


Useful links for CHFT staff:  EPR SOPs   //  EPR QRGs  //  EPR User Guides // Downtime

Useful links for BTHFT staff: BOOK TRAINING // EPR SOPs  (links to the BTHFT Intranet so will only work internally)

"EPR will make things much easier and more efficient"

Anne Wiggins, Sister on Coronary Care and Ward 22, has been busy helping her department to get ready for Go-Live. She told us how she’s looking forward to EPR…

How do you think EPR will affect your department?

Initially, we are all expecting the go-live to be quite exciting, and a lot of work - and we are preparing for that! I’ve being doing a lot of work as an EPR Friend, attending training and meetings to try and prepare. In the long run, EPR will make things much easier and more efficient for us; for example notes will be readily available for our patients rather than waiting for paper copies.

How have you been encouraging your colleagues to prepare for EPR?

We’ve got a number of EPR Friends who have all been to the training. Most people on our department are now booked on to attend End User Training. We’ve also got an EPR noticeboard with lots of information on it....

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News for staff

With go-live dates approaching fast, training for EPR at Bradford Teaching Hospitals is now underway!

EPR Noticeboard Competition - the winners have been announced!

Monday 17th July was the deadline for entries to our EPR Noticeboard Competition, and we’ve seen some brilliant efforts.

EPR Training bookings are off to a flying start!

Sign-up for EPR Training are off to a flying start in at BTHFT, with more than 1000 bookings in less than a week.

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"EPR will do wonders for us"

Excitement about EPR has really increased since we announced our go-live date last week. Zoe Watkinson, Ward Clerk/HCA and EPR Friend on Ward 23 – a Respiratory (High Dependency Unit) ward. She’s been telling us what she is looking forward to when...

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Book your end user training - NOW!

Booking for end user training at BTHFT has now been launched, and every staff member who will use EPR needs to book their place.Read More

BTHFT EPR End User Training – what you need to know to be prepared

Following CHFT’s successful go-live over the last bank holiday weekend, staff at Bradford can now start thinking about their own preparations for EPR at BTHFT. Read More