The Anaesthetic Logbook collects and reports in-theatre caseload in line with the appraisal requirements of the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
It is designed to run on multiple platforms, so the datafile ‘logbook9.fmp12’ is interchangeable on a Windows PC / Mac / iPad / iPhone. Reports are available on all devices (so no need to import cases back and forth). On an iPad or iPhone, reports can be air printed or sent as pdfs by email.
Need to keep an accurate work diary as evidence to support annual appraisal and job planning? This event-based journal will track and report all your DCC, SPA, leave and CPD activities.
It is built on a Filemaker Pro runtime database that, like the logbook, will run on iOS, PC, and pre-Sierra versions of Mac OS X.
If you have any lingering worries about data security and potentially identifiable information you may have recorded over the years within your logbook, now is a good time to do some spring-cleaning. Most of the logbook fields are designed as safe, non-specific ‘pick-list’ options. The fields where you may have inadvertently entered personally identifiable information …
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The logbook makes use of a contextual list of operations. So when you pick a specialty, you will be presented with a list of operations relevant to that specialty… but maybe the list isn’t as relevant to your practice as you would like it to be? The solution: Change the list to suit your needs. …