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  1. Case studies from the Social Partnership Forum that illustrate the benefits of partnership working in the NHS.

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  2. We're fighting antimicrobial resistance by raising awareness of prevention and control, while supporting expert pharmacists and clinicians to reduce inappropriate prescribing of antibiotics.

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  3. An initiative from Unicef UK to support breastfeeding and parent infant relationships by working with public services to improve standards of care.

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  4. Improvement tools, resources and local networks on developing financially, environmentally and socially sustainable health and care systems.

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  5. Use these national evidence-based guidelines for preventing healthcare-associated infections (HCAI) in National Health Service (NHS) hospitals

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  6. Use this data for benchmarking against national and regional antibiotic resistance and prescribing to determine appropriate local action. This data should be used by commissioners, individual organisations and health economies.

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  7. Analysis of the patient safety incidents reported in England to the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) up to December 2016.

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  8. Resources, data and analyses on hip, knee, ankle, elbow and shoulder joint replacement surgery. This information can be used to support decision-making in patient safety, standards in quality of care and cost effectiveness.

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  9. High-quality information and data on health and social care to help inform evidence-based decision-making.

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  10. Best practice examples, great ideas and service solutions from the NHS which are available to all.

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  11. National Voices is a coalition of charities and supporting organisations that helps people to be in control of their health and care. They work for a strong patient and citizen voice and services built around people.

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  12. The Department of Health and its arm's-length bodies produced this public commitment to delivering person-centred co-ordinated care. It can be used by providers, planners and national bodies as the definition of what ‘good’ integration and co-ordination looks like.

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  13. My NHS publishes headline, comparable data across different health and care systems, as well as the sources of information, to help commissioners, providers and other healthcare professionals drive improvements in the quality of care.

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  14. A programme for clinicians to learn and develop skills in quality improvement and put these skills into practice.

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  15. The Health Foundation funds hundreds of projects around the UK that are testing ways to improve the quality of health services.

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