Resources

We are currently bringing together the resources produced by the organisations and teams that form NHS Improvement. In the meantime, you can still access all of these on their legacy websites.

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  1. Part of: Culture and collective leadership

    Helen Farrington, Associate Director of OD and Training, talks about her trust's experience of the diagnostic phase of the culture programme.

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  2. We’ve designed the NExT Director scheme to help find and support the next generation of talented people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities to become non-executive directors in the NHS.

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  3. Q is a community connecting a diverse range of people with health and care improvement expertise from across the UK.

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  4. The Posture and Mobility Group aims to advance knowledge and practice relating to the posture and wheeled mobility needs of people with physical disabilities, in particular the equipment and services those needs require.

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  5. A summary of available research into postural care.

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  6. Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Trust holds a brief meeting at the start of every shift to ensure that the Medical Emergency Team and Cardiac Arrest Team can meet and define roles, in preparation for emergency calls coming through.

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  7. Outlines a two-year programme devised at University College Hospitals London to sustainably educate nursing staff in pain management.

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  8. The Confusion Care Pathway has been developed by the dementia/delirium working group at London North West Healthcare NHS Trust as a guide to best practice in supporting people with dementia, delirium and/or cognitive impairment and their carers.

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  9. Updates on the development of the NHS payment system.

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  10. Learn how University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) implemented the SAFER patient flow bundle and used the and Red2Green approach.

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  11. A guide for carers and services supporting people with learning difficulties who are in the criminal justice system.

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  12. Enabling the quality improvement of care for patients undergoing emergency laparotomy through the provision of high quality comparative data from all providers of emergency laparotomy.

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  13. Supporting the procurement of nutrition supply services, including feeds, pumps, consumables, home delivery and associated support services.

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  14. Royal College of Nursing publication report about the care and support for people with learning disabilities and their families, including recommendations to address the issues highlighted.

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  15. This guide outlines the importance of providing the right postural care to help maintain or improve body shape and physical ability.

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