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  1. Guidance on a range of executive HR issues including appointments process, salaries, severance and moves.

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  2. We explain why recording patient safety incidents is important for learning and how to report these incidents. You can also find out how many incidents were recorded and how we use them to support healthcare providers to improve patient safety.

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  3. This guide provides a list against which medical directors can check they're taking the necessary action to reduce their reliance on medical locums.

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  4. The number and proportion of admitted adult patients in England who have been risk assessed for VTE in 2017/18.

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  5. Our quarter 4 year end report highlights the challenges that the NHS has faced this past winter, but also how NHS frontline staff have dealt with this by caring for more people than ever before during this period.

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  6. A suite of demand and capacity models to help you estimate the capacity needed to run your elective care service.

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  7. Part of: Elective care: demand and capacity models

    This module will help you combine the outputs of individual demand and capacity models into a whole pathway view of a service.

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  8. This update provides detailed information about the work done during the DPSIMS alpha phase, and how we’re using what we’ve learnt to inform our plans for the next stage, the beta phase.

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  9. We've created this guidance to support you through the process for quarter 3 and 4 of the pathology data collection 2017/18.

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  10. This practical, interactive guide is suitable for those working at all levels in the NHS, from ward to board, and will show you how to make better use of your data.

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  11. Part of: Making data count

    NHS Improvement's Senior Information Analyst Thomas Nicholas talks through a game you can play with a group of any size — to help illustrate the importance of understanding random variation.

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  12. Part of: Making data count

    Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust's Consultant Paediatrician Dr Bob Klaber describes why it's important time series data is regularly fed back to clinical teams.

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  13. Part of: Making data count

    Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust's Non-Executive Director Mark Outhwaite talks about the importance of asking the right questions, having the right data and having the capacity and capability to analyse and act.

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  14. Part of: Making data count

    Imperial College London's Improvement Science Fellow Dr Thomas Woodcock describes the science and statistics that underpin the analytical approach called statistical process control (SPC).

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  15. Part of: Making data count

    University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust's Project Manager Cheryl Davies describes how the use of statistical process control (SPC) was received in her organisation.

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