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  1. Chesterfield Royal Hospital developed an improvement strategy to reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections after data revealed rates were double the national average.

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  2. EACH is a global organisation whose mission is to promote effective, patient-centred and evidence-based communication between patients, relatives and healthcare practitioners.

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  3. TARN provides major trauma centre audits and information to help doctors, nurses and managers to improve their services.

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  4. A guide from NHS Brighton and Hove clinical commissioning group on finding fast medical help outside of A&E.

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  5. Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust has designed this simple tool to help teams document their basic driver diagrams/action effect diagrams in a graphical format. It is useful for anyone who is looking to create or document a theory of change for an improvement project.

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  6. 'Respond' is a simulation training package for professionals involved in mental health crisis care. By increasing collaboration and knowledge, the training equips staff to respond quickly and appropriately to improve patient experience.

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  7. A ward team at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle dedicated a week to intensive improvement aiming to reduce waste and, in turn, improve patient care by increasing the amount of time the nursing staff spend with patients.

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  8. In partnership with the Health Foundation we've launched a new Improvement Lab to address complex challenges in healthcare.

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  9. Calipso is a tool used to send documents to staff efficiently and ensures they have received it.

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  10. Adhiraj Joglekar, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, gives his views on modelling techniques and matching workforce capacity to demand in the NHS.

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  11. George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust has compiled an acute kidney injury (AKI) strategy to ensure patients at severe stages of AKI are reviewed in a timely manner.

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  12. Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust's emergency department uses prompt cards to show essential steps in condition-specific scenarios whilst highlighting safety critical steps and common pitfalls.

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  13. A care management tool which helps staff safely reposition patients in bed, reducing patient harm and potential musculoskeletal injury in staff.

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

    We caught up with Zoë Packman, our Head of Professional Development, about how we're working with providers to prevent and reduce instances of falls in hospitals.

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  15. Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership NHS Trust’s Integrated Physiotherapy Orthopaedic and Pain Management Service (IPOPS) has developed the ‘Osteoarthritis Self-management and Independent-living Support’ (OASIS) group programme, in line with NICE clinical guidelines.

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