Take part in our website discovery project
Now NHS England and NHS Improvement have come together as a single organisation, we are running a discovery process before building our new website. The lessons we learn will be used to create a website that works better for all our users.
We would like to speak with some trust executive directors who use our website (www.improvement.nhs.uk). This would likely involve a phone interview or a face-to-face meeting.
New criteria-led discharge support resource for managers
Criteria-led discharge (CLD) helps get patients home as soon as it’s safe and appropriate, improves patient experience, and increases capacity for weekend discharges. Our new guide to CLD supports managers to implement, sustain and spread CLD, as well as providing context and evidence around the process.
Listen to the second NHS Assembly podcast
In this episode, NHS Assembly members explain how we can build trusting relationships to support people to share responsibility, not just for their own health, but also for the wellbeing of their community. You can also hear about the role of innovation in transforming NHS services and empowering staff and patients, as well as how the NHS is preparing for leaving the EU.
NHS cadets introductory webinar
Tuesday 5 November, 10am-11.30am
We are working with St John Ambulance to develop 10,000 new NHS cadets within the next four years.
This £6 million programme will aim to provide young people aged 14+ with a range of life skills and volunteering opportunities. It will also introduce young people to the NHS with the intention of developing the future health and care workforce.
Updates from our partners
NHS Pension tax guidance
NHS Employers’ guide outlines the optional local measures employers can take to support staff who are likely to be affected by pension tax issues. It outlines several routes employers can take during the 2019/20 financial year to support staff affected by current pension tax policies.
Care Quality Commission (CQC)
Survey highlights patients’ experiences of emergency department services
The findings of CQC’s Urgent and Emergency Care Survey 2018 — previously known as the A&E Survey — reflect the experiences of patients across England who used services in September 2018. They cover experiences around waiting times, standards of care and dignity, patient safety, quality of discharge arrangements and more.