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  1. We've designed this programme with NHS England to support NHS communicators across all levels.

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  2. Part of: Developing the national tariff

    NHS England and NHS Improvement's proposals for the 2020/21 National Tariff Payment System.

  3. We’re part of a five-year partnership with Virginia Mason Institute and five NHS trusts to support them to develop a ‘lean’ culture of continuous improvement which puts patients first.

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  4. The number and proportion of admitted patients aged 16 and over in England who have been risk assessed for VTE.

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  5. The number and proportion of admitted patients (aged 16 and over at the time of admission) in England who have been risk assessed for VTE in 2019/20.

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  6. The ophthalmology national report from the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme features 22 recommendations to improve units treating the major sight-threatening conditions, including cataract, glaucoma, wet age-related macular degeneration (wet AMD) and diabetic retinopathy.

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  7. This guide provides information for providers and commissioners on good governance over audit and assurance.

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  8. The VTE risk assessment data collection is used to inform a national quality requirement in the NHS Standard Contract for 2018/19, which sets a threshold rate of 95% of adult inpatients undergoing risk assessments each month.

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  9. The VTE risk assessment data collection is used to inform a national quality requirement in the NHS Standard Contract for 2018/19, which sets a threshold rate of 95% of adult inpatients undergoing risk assessments each month.

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  10. The QSIR programmes focus on service improvement and are delivered to a range of staff involved in healthcare.

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  11. The venous thromboembolism (VTE) risk assessment data collection is used to inform a national quality requirement in the NHS Standard Contract for 2019/20, which sets an operational standard of 95% of inpatients (aged 16 and over at the time of admission) undergoing risk assessments each month.

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  12. Part of: Flexible working to support work-life balance

    After realising the highest areas of turnover for nurses and midwives was the intensive care units, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust began a project to reduce turnover by improving joy at work.

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  13. This guidance must be read in conjunction with an upcoming National Patient Safety Alert which will recommend these items should either be removed from patient use altogether or restricted to exceptional use only.

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  14. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    Our Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) team developed these resources to help support local practices in outlining targets for black and ethnic minority (BME) representation in leadership teams and promoting equity, fairness and joy at work to ensure people want to stay in the NHS.

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  15. Part of: Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff , Career planning and development

    Great Ormond Street Hospital utilised evidence that if organisations can retain staff beyond their two years in the job, they are more likely to retain them for more than five years.

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