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  1. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study shows how South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust removed wasted time for patients by reviewing processes for internal and external delays and updating staff mindset to 'home first'.

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  2. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study shows how Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust worked to reduce the number of patients with a length of stay of 21 days or more by 25% — in line with the national target.

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  3. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study shows how Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland used driver diagrams as part of their approach to tackling DTOCs at both system and individual organisational level.

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  4. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study shows how Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust worked to reduce the number of patients with a length of stay of 21 days or more by 25%, in line with the national target.

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  5. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study shows how Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust brought together system partners to create a shared focus and contributed to the national goal of reducing DTOCs.

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  6. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study details how Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and wider system partners implemented the Emergency Care Intensive Support Team weekly long stay patient review process.

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  7. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study shares how Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust developed process maps as part of their approach to tackling DTOCs.

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  8. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study shows how Royal Preston Hospital, part of Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, implemented the ECIST long length of stay reviews to achieve a reduction in the number of patients with a length of stay greater than 20 days.

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  9. Part of: Guide to reducing long hospital stays

    This case study aimed to ensure that patients are given every opportunity to discharge to their own home and that any decisions about long term care are made in a more therapeutic setting, protecting independence wherever possible.

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  10. Part of: Community Services Operating Model Guidance

    Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust has implemented a single point of access (called an Initial Response Service). This was driven by an ambition to improve quality and safety, manage more patients’ care in the community and reduce the reliance on inpatient beds.

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  11. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    This guide draws on the learning and experience from providers and is aimed at individuals who are leading or working closely on retention issues.

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  12. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    This infographic was developed based on survey data from 563 student and qualified nurses at six Nursing Times careers roadshows across England.

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  13. Part of: Quality, service improvement and redesign (QSIR) , Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    This briefing from the Good Governance Institute is intended to support NHS providers with the planning and management of appropriate and effective orthopaedics, diagnostics, rheumatology, pain and MSK services to the local population.

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  14. Part of: Maternity and Neonatal Safety Improvement Programme

    This case study describes the quality improvement project delivered by Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as part of the maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative.

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  15. Part of: Maternity and Neonatal Safety Improvement Programme

    This is a case study of the maternal and neonatal quality improvement project delivered by Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

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