Resources for Red2Green campaign

27 resources

  1. We're backing the #Fit2Sit campaign which encourages frontline health professionals and paramedics to put an end to patients lying down on trolleys and stretchers if they are well enough to sit or stand.

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  2. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust share their journey of implementing Red2Green days.

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  3. An overview of how Red2Green is adding value for patients in Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Foundation Trust.

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  4. How Red2Green has helped reduce the length of stay, improved patient flow and safety at South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT).

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  5. Learn how University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) implemented the SAFER patient flow bundle and used the and Red2Green approach.

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  6. Use this visual management system to assist in the identification of wasted time in a patient’s journey. Reduce internal and external delays for in-patient wards in both acute and community settings.

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  7. Coreen Eastes, Improvement Manager shares her experience of implementing improved patient flow in Windsor Regional Hospital, Ontario, Canada.

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  8. These resources will help you implement the SAFER patient flow bundle.

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  9. These resources will help you improve the effectiveness of your board rounds, as part of implementing the SAFER patient flow bundle.

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  10. These resources will help you understand and adopt the principles governing best practice for ward rounds. They will also help you implement the SAFER patient flow bundle.

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  11. These resources will help you undertake a stranded patient review in any setting, from the acute trust to reablement services. These should be multi-agency in approach. The result should support the patient along their journey, providing data and evidence to inform system change discussions.

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  12. Here we provide easy access to resources that will help you implement the SAFER patient flow bundle and Red2Green days in your organisation. When followed consistently, these can reduce length of stay and improve patient flow and safety.

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  13. Learnings from our 'sharing success' events following the implentation of Red2Green in the Midlands and East.

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  14. Patients can spend time in hospital that doesn't contribute towards their discharge and we believe that by working together, we can reduce the number of ‘red days’ in favour of value-adding ‘green days’. We recently celebrated NHS providers who have reduced wasted time in patient journeys.

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  15. This guest blog from the #Red2Green team at Dudley Group NHS Trust tells the story of how they successfully managed to implement adoption of this approach in wards across their organisation.

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  16. Choose from one of the poster examples created by Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust and adapt them for your system to promote the Red2Green approach.

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  17. Follow the simple steps to implement Red2Green and tackle the areas necessary to reduce wasted time in patient’s journey.

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  18. The exemplar ward programme supports the implementation of the SAFER patient bundle and Red2Green days to help improve patient flow and experience, reduce length of stay and flush out the waiting patients experience whilst in hospital.

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  19. The #EndPJparalysis campaign encourages hospital patients to stop dressing in their pyjamas or hospital gown when they don't need to as it reinforces the 'sick role' that can slow the patients' recovery.

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  20. This ECIP series covers the key principles from the Safer, faster, better and how these can be applied within your own systems. Each webinar lasts no longer than an hour, and is a great opportunity to learn from colleagues experienced in a range of fields.

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  21. Innovate your emergency and urgency services and learn how Ipswich hospital became rated outstanding by the Care Quality Commission.

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  22. A vehicle for drawing attention to patients’ time. It is widely recognised that the elderly, the chronically ill, and those with life limiting conditions are the same people who spend the most time in healthcare settings. These are the very people who have the least time to waste.

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  23. Learn how Ward 22 at Arrowe Park Hospital continually hit the SAFER standard by increasing both their volume of patients discharged each week and their volume of patients discharged before midday.

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  24. Identify where delays are occurring and reduce wasted time throughout a patient’s journey.

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  25. Rapid Improvement Guides support delivery of safer, faster, better urgent and emergency care and the 2016/17 A&E plan

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  26. On 11 July 2017, we held our second inspiring improvement event, bringing together those passionate about developing improvement and leadership capabilities among their staff and themselves.

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  27. Glen Burley delivers a presentation on urgent and emergency care to an audience of health and social care system leads

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