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  1. Part of: Clinical leadership — a framework for action

    Michael Witney, Executive Lead for Patient Experience, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, on becoming a clinical leader.

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    Kay Fawcett, Non-Executive Director, Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust, on becoming a clinical leader.

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  3. Part of: Clinical leadership — a framework for action

    Arlene Wellman, Chief Nurse, Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, on becoming a clinical leader.

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  4. Part of: Clinical leadership — a framework for action

    Dr Claire Fuller, Senior Responsible Officer, Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership, on becoming a clinical leader.

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  5. Part of: Clinical leadership — a framework for action

    Dr Amar Shah, Chief Quality Officer, East London NHS Foundation Trust, on becoming a clinical leader.

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    Dr Jagjit Sethi, Clinical Director, Consultant Clinical Scientist and Lead Healthcare Scientist, Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, on becoming a clinical leader.

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  7. Part of: Clinical leadership — a framework for action

    Rachel McKeown, Director of Allied Health Professionals, Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, on becoming a clinical leader.

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  8. Part of: Clinical leadership — a framework for action

    John Quinn, Chief Operating Officer, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, on becoming a clinical leader.

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  9. Part of: Clinical leadership — a framework for action

    Pippa Nightingale, Chief Nurse, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, on becoming a clinical leader.

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  10. The National Patient Safety Alerting Committee (NaPSAC) is working to align all bodies and teams that issue national alerts, and make sure that a future system of National Patient Safety Alerts set out clear and effective actions that providers must take on safety-critical issues

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  11. We've produced this policy in response to requests from providers and wider health systems for guidance and support in producing their own elective access policies.

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  12. Apply for an NHS provider licence as an independent provider of NHS-funded services.

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  13. Part of: Creating a culture of compassionate and inclusive leadership

    An evidence-based framework centred around Care Quality Commission key themes to enable board and senior teams in providers to continuously improve the experience of patients.

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  14. Evidence and guidelines for interventions that specifically target the most common sources of infection relating to Gram-negative bloodstream infections (GNBSI).

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  15. Advice for ambulance trusts and A&E delivery boards on what action to take during busy periods and should ambulances begin to queue. This aims to help reduce delays in handover of patients from ambulance services to emergency departments.

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