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  1. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Mental health trusts in England welcome the policy, media and public attention now being paid to mental health. Being in the spotlight offers an important opportunity to improve mental health services for the people who use them.

  2. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    The Sir Peter Carr Award is for clinicians and managers, designed to help and inspire the NHS leaders of tomorrow to improve services for patients.

  3. Part of: Improvement approaches , Safety, clinical audit and clinical governance during major change , Innovation , Experts by experience

    Broadmoor Hospital’s vocational service offers patients work activities to reduce institutionalisation and increase sociability, lessening the risk of relapse and/or re-offending.

  4. Part of: Leadership , Innovation , Culture

    Fran Silvestri has held operational roles in healthcare, including chief executive of a community mental health centre in New Hampshire, USA, and spent many years facilitating and spreading innovation and creative practices in mental healthcare across the world.

  5. Part of: Leadership , Experts by experience , Culture

    Sam Allen has had various roles in NHS providers and commissioners — as well as working for a US healthcare company. She chairs the NHS Health and Care Women Leaders Network, part of NHS Employers, and is passionate about supporting women leaders.

  6. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    The seventh section provides practical application of safety, clinical audit and clinical governance during major change.

  7. The NHS in England is one of the only healthcare systems in the world that is this open and transparent about patient safety incident reporting, particularly around Never Events. We are clear that we need to openly tackle these issues, not ignore them.

  8. A case study of a pilot programme from Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, cost-effectively reorganising resources to better meet the needs of critical care patients.

  9. A case study from Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, examining a programme allowing patients with musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions to access a trust's physiotherapy department without seeing their GP first.

  10. A case study from Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on making group-based exercise accessible to patients with vertebral fractures.

  11. Help for NHS providers navigating their way through a transaction such as a merger or acquisition.

  12. A case study of improvements made to training of anaesthetic nurses in Stockport NHS Foundation Trust.

  13. Support for managers to improve the breadth and depth of their knowledge and expertise regarding the key components of elective care infrastructure that underpin and support sustainable delivery of RTT, cancer and diagnostic waiting times.

  14. Our updated guide will help trusts deploy nursing and healthcare assistants more productively, so the right staff are delivering the right care to the right patients. This guide will also assist directors of nursing to identify areas of improvement within your current rostering.

  15. Part of: Patient safety alerts

    Rolling data updated monthly, to show the number of patient safety incidents reported to the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) in the last 12 months.


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