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  1. Part of: Improving quality and safety in healthcare

    Case studies on how to protect service users and staff, by de-escalating violence, improving restraint and seclusion practices and minimising risks of suicide.

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  2. The health inequalities assessment toolkit (HIAT) has been designed by the Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care North West Coast to help projects ensure that all activities contribute to reducing health inequalities.

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  3. Part of: Improving quality and safety in healthcare

    Case studies on shaping attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and values in relation to patient safety and sharing and embedding good practice.

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  4. Providers that have been rated 'good' for safety by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) show how they are improving quality and safety in their organisations.

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  5. Outline of East London NHS Foundation Trust's quality improvement (QI) programme and the steps they take to ensure QI projects are run effectively.

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  6. Part of: Maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative

    We want to reduce harm leading to avoidable admissions to neonatal units for babies born at or after 37 weeks.

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  7. Part of: Patient falls improvement collaborative , Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    Pilot organisations that took part in our improvement collaborative to prevent and reduce instances of falls in hospitals, provide an update of their progress.

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  8. East London NHS Foundation Trust's quality improvement programme has a range of resources designed to embrace continuous improvement and learning.

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  9. We spoke to our director of elective care, Nigel Coomber, about his thoughts on last month's elective care conference.

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  10. East London NHS Foundation Trust has introduced self-catering to a ward in its forensic mental health service as part of a QI project. It has made a positive impact on the diet provided and improved the satisfaction rates of meals and ward environment.

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  11. We've created this guidance to support you through the process for the 2016/17 pathology data collection.

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  12. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    A step-by-step guide from Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, of the actions staff should take to effectively manage and treat sepsis.

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  13. Outlines how Design Thinking (a methodology used by designers to solve complex problems, and find desirable solutions) could help to reduce incidents of self-harm on mental health inpatient wards.

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  14. The South West Neonatal Network was formed following recommendations from the Department of Health to ensure babies and their families receive high quality, equitable, accessible and clinically effective neonatal care.

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  15. The ‘Listen to Me’ campaign was developed by Mara Tonks, Lead Midwife at Kettering, General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and her team, to ensure that all women who have been admitted to the delivery suite leave feeling they have been listened to.

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