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  1. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust’s project focused on improving the sharing of the patients’ end of life plan of care between secondary and primary care settings.

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  2. James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s project focused on 'improving the discharge process'.

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  3. Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust’s project focused on reducing the time taken to discharge our rapidly deteriorating patients.

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  4. Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s project focused on rapid home discharge.

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  5. This case study explores the outcomes from an end of life care pilot study on two wards.

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  6. A visual case study focusing on a care plan for the last hours and days of life.

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  7. A case study from The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust’s focused on 'individualising end of life care.'

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  8. A visual case study from Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust focuses on the fit for purpose end of life assessment tool.

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  9. A case study from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust focuses on communication and information sharing, education and training, and care planning.

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  10. The patient experience library brings together the whole of the UK's qualitative literature on patient experience.

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  11. LIIPS website is a useful resource to access information on local QI and patient safety training and activity. The website also signposts to existing free resources.

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  12. Part of: Implementing seven day hospital services

    Dr Christine Blanshard, medical director and Claire Gorzanski, head of clinical effectiveness at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust give their top tips on implementing standard 2 (time to reveiw) as part of delivering seven day hospital services.

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  13. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust share their journey of implementing Red2Green days.

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  14. NHS England and partners have published a series of quick guides to support local health and care systems.

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  15. The Stop the Pressure website is an improvement resource for health professionals and patients to access current information for the benefit of all at risk of pressure ulcers.

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