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  1. This guide helps users access and navigate the National A&E dashboard dashboard with descriptions on metrics and screens.

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  2. Part of: Transforming patient-level costing in the NHS

    Sets out the functional software requirements providers will need to implement the costing standards.

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  3. A guide to help standardise staffing decisions for learning disability services in community and inpatient settings.

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  4. Improvement resource to help standardise safe, sustainable and productive staffing decisions in mental health services.

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  5. Improvement resource to help standardise safe, sustainable and productive staffing decisions in maternity services.

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  6. A guide to help standardise staffing decisions in adult inpatient wards in acute hospitals.

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  7. Improvement resource to help standardise safe, sustainable and productive staffing decisions in the district nursing service.

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  8. It's full steam ahead for our Sir Peter Carr Award winners.

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  9. PLACE is a system for assessing the quality of the patient environment. It is an organisational voluntary self-assessment which takes place annually, and applies to NHS trusts, voluntary, independent and private healthcare providers.

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

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  11. Joanne Fillingham, our Clinical Director Allied Health Professions (AHP), shares progress made one year on from the launch of AHPs into Action.

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  12. We ran a 150-day programme, involving 16 volunteer trusts, to improve end of life care across a number of settings.

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  13. This is a comprehensive collection of proven quality, service improvement and redesign tools, theories and techniques that can be applied to a wide variety of situations. You can search the collection alphabetically for a specific tool or browse groups of tools using one of four categories.

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  14. A nine-dimensioned framework of the key characteristics, attitudes and behaviours expected of leaders in the NHS now and in the future.

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  15. A tool to help individual departments, services or organisations to ensure that their own priorities are supporting wider aims.

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