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  1. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Section four describes the leadership practices and behaviours that leaders and prospective leaders found to work, and those that have not.

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  2. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Section five describes how mental health service providers can manage their resources — financial, human, tangible and intangible — in the pursuit of continuous improvement.

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  3. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Section six aims to enable people to make informed decisions about improvement methodologies.

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  4. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Section eight highlights some of these opportunities, but also challenges, that are particularly relevant to mental health care.

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  5. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Section nine demonstrates the current thinking and application in innovation in the NHS.

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  6. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    The final section includes trusts' improvement stories and reflections on their challenges, learning, as well as successful innovations and improvements.

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  7. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Section one provides you with the basis from where to start your improvement journey, and involving experts by experience is essential throughout.

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  8. Part of: Leadership , Innovation , Culture

    Carolyn Regan has had a varied career in the NHS and the justice and charity sectors — notably leading the bid for the NHS to provide health services for the 2012 London Olympics. She is a strong advocate for co-producing services with the people who use them.

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  9. Part of: Resources , Innovation , Culture

    Too many people requiring forensic services in south London were placed outside the area in independent sector beds.

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  10. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Mental health trusts in England welcome the policy, media and public attention now being paid to mental health. Being in the spotlight offers an important opportunity to improve mental health services for the people who use them.

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  11. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    The Sir Peter Carr Award is for clinicians and managers, designed to help and inspire the NHS leaders of tomorrow to improve services for patients.

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  12. Part of: Improvement approaches , Safety, clinical audit and clinical governance during major change , Innovation , Experts by experience

    Broadmoor Hospital’s vocational service offers patients work activities to reduce institutionalisation and increase sociability, lessening the risk of relapse and/or re-offending.

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  13. Part of: Leadership , Innovation , Culture

    Fran Silvestri has held operational roles in healthcare, including chief executive of a community mental health centre in New Hampshire, USA, and spent many years facilitating and spreading innovation and creative practices in mental healthcare across the world.

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  14. Part of: Leadership , Experts by experience , Culture

    Sam Allen has had various roles in NHS providers and commissioners — as well as working for a US healthcare company. She chairs the NHS Health and Care Women Leaders Network, part of NHS Employers, and is passionate about supporting women leaders.

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  15. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    The seventh section provides practical application of safety, clinical audit and clinical governance during major change.

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