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  1. Part of: Patient safety review and response reports , Patient safety alerts

    A summary of how we reviewed and responded to the patient safety issues you have reported.

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  2. The NHS provider sector's deficit has been cut by two-thirds in the financial year just ended – from £2.4 billion in 2015/16 to £791 million in 2016/17.

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  3. Part of: Non-executive appointments , Culture and leadership

    Useful information for newly appointed chairs and non-executive directors of NHS providers to support them in their roles.

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  4. Part of: Non-executive appointments

    We have a specific role in appointing and supporting NHS trust chairs and non-executives which does not apply to foundation trusts. These are public appointments made using powers delegated by the Secretary of State for Health.

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  5. Part of: Non-executive appointments

    Key principles and tips for conducting appraisals of non-executive directors.

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  6. Part of: Non-executive appointments

    We have specific role in appointing and supporting NHS Trust chairs and non-executives which includes a duty to ensure that the individuals they appoint meet the requirements of the ‘fit and proper persons’ regulations.

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  7. Part of: Non-executive appointments

    Sets out considerations for running an effective local induction programme to support the success of new chairs and non-executive directors. Individual providers can determine how they deliver the programme depending on local circumstances.

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  8. Debs Taylor explains her journey from being affected by mental health problems, being medically retired, to working for Creative Minds; a charity that uses creative approaches and activities in healthcare to help improve the health of local people.

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  9. Part of: Engaging, supporting and valuing doctors in training

    These case studies look at innovative solutions to tackle the pressure of work and rota gaps.

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  10. A healthcare organisation’s culture – ‘the way we do things around here’ – shapes the behaviour of everyone in the organisation and so affects the quality of care that together they provide.

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  11. Part of: Improving quality and safety in healthcare

    Case studies on how to protect service users and staff, by de-escalating violence, improving restraint and seclusion practices and minimising risks of suicide.

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  12. Part of: Improving quality and safety in healthcare

    Case studies on shaping attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and values in relation to patient safety and sharing and embedding good practice.

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  13. Providers that have been rated 'good' for safety by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) show how they are improving quality and safety in their organisations.

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  14. Outline of East London NHS Foundation Trust's quality improvement (QI) programme and the steps they take to ensure QI projects are run effectively.

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  15. Part of: Maternity and Neonatal Safety Improvement Programme

    We want to reduce harm leading to avoidable admissions to neonatal units for babies born at or after 37 weeks.

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