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  1. Part of: Improving staff retention

    In this case study, read about how East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust worked to improve experiences of staff in their first year of employment at the trust.

  2. Part of: Improving staff retention

    Working collaboratively, staff from Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust used data to reduce nurse turnover by 2 per cent and the costs relating to recruitment of temporary and agency staff.

  3. Part of: Improving staff retention

    A case study on how East London NHS Foundation Trust reviewed its staff benefits and reward offer to help meet its recruitment and retention challenges.

  4. Part of: Improving staff retention

    Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust used reward, within its recruitment strategy to ease workforce supply pressures and reduced vacancy rates.

  5. Part of: Improving staff retention

    Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust (SWBH) wanted to improve staff retention and reduce spending on temporary and agency staff. The trust also wanted to re-engage the workforce following redeployment programmes that had led to low staff morale and engagement.

  6. Our expectations of boards and board members in relation to Freedom to Speak Up plus a self-review tool.

  7. Part of: Overseas visitor cost improvement programme

    It is now mandatory for NHS acute trusts to collect upfront payment from overseas visitors who are not entitled to free NHS elective care. This indicative price list is to support providers in upfront charging.

  8. Our publications index contains links to resources that have been developed to help provide better ambulatory emergency care for patients.

  9. Part of: Implementing seven day hospital services

    This case study from Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust outlines how restructuring working patterns can improve consultant capacity and outcomes for emergency general surgical admissions.

  10. Part of: Improving patient flow through urgent and emergency care

    This quick guide demonstrates how NHS emergency care, in particular patient flow through the health and care system, benefits from allied health professionals (AHPs).

  11. The cardiothoracic surgery report from the 'Getting It Right First Time' (GIRFT) programme sets out 20 recommendations to improve the way cardiothoracic surgical services are organised and delivered in England.

  12. Part of: Developing the national tariff

    Our costing transformation programme will improve the quality of costing information in the NHS, with patient-level costing (PLICS) and a single annual cost collection. This will support providers to deliver better, more efficient outcomes.

  13. We’ve designed this programme with Ashridge Executive Education to help develop up to 25 senior professionals from inside or possibly outside the NHS to be ready to take on a chief operating officer (COO) role within the next 12 to 18 months.

  14. Part of: Improving patient flow through urgent and emergency care

    This guide describes how local systems could implement trusted assessment to effectively and safely reduce the numbers and waiting times of people awaiting discharge from hospital.

  15. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    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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