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  1. Organise and manage all aspects of the patient pathway from discharge decision to stable care in the community.

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  2. Part of: Implementing seven day hospital services

    An overview of how Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has approached meeting the four priority clinical standards in urgent and emergency care, seven days a week.

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  3. Details of how South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has improved following a CQC re-inspection.

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  4. Support for doctors in training with dyslexia.

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  5. Since implementation of the eeMGee from Maximus Green, The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has reduced its gas consumptionon to one of its boiler systems by 20.92%.

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  6. A network of free quality and service improvement resources, courses, projects and opportunities.

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  7. Provides information, techniques, tools and resources to help you apply quality improvement into your work.

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  8. A programme providing a range of tools and guidance to encourage and support health organisations to increase their recruitment of people with learning disabilities, autism or both.

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  9. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) offers knowledge, stories, white papers and information on how to improve patient care.

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  10. Health Education England (HEE) has produced a set of five generic role templates to support the development of new and different roles in learning disability community services.

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  11. Sets out the essential skills and knowledge necessary for all staff involved in learning disability care.

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  12. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    A vehicle for drawing attention to patients’ time. It is widely recognised that the elderly, the chronically ill, and those with life limiting conditions are the same people who spend the most time in healthcare settings. These are the very people who have the least time to waste.

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  13. A report on the House of Commons Justice Committee inquiry that considered a range of questions about the treatment of young adults – 18 to 24 year olds – in the criminal justice system, taking into account recent research into the subject and the work of others.

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  14. This National Audit Office report examines how the NHS in England and local authorities seek to improve the lives of the 129,000 people aged 18 to 64 who use local authority learning disability support services.

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  15. Policy and guidance on care and treatment reviews (CTRs) including care, education and treatment reviews (CETRs) for children and young people.

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