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  1. Reference costs are the average unit cost to the NHS of providing secondary healthcare to NHS patients.

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  2. These practical, interactive guides are suitable for those working at all levels in the NHS, from ward to board, and will show you how to make better use of your data.

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  3. The ophthalmology national report from the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme features 22 recommendations to improve units treating the major sight-threatening conditions, including cataract, glaucoma, wet age-related macular degeneration (wet AMD) and diabetic retinopathy.

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  4. The ear, nose and throat (ENT) national report from the Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) programme makes 23 recommendations to improve how ENT services can be delivered for patients through shorter stays, fewer admissions, fewer repeat visits and potentially shorter waiting times.

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  5. A guide to professional development opportunities and possibilities to support allied health professionals (AHPs) lead at all levels.

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  6. Part of: Criteria-led discharge

    This guide to criteria-led discharge (CLD) supports managers to implement, sustain and spread CLD, as well as providing context and evidence around the process.

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  7. Part of: Criteria-led discharge

    Steps that your multidisciplinary team can take to implement criteria-led discharge (CLD) in your service.

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  8. Part of: New ways of working , Recruiting, developing and retaining staff , Interim NHS People Plan case studies and resources

    This resource provides extra support and examples of good practice to those organisations seeking further help with staff engagement — it was developed in partnership with NHS Employers.

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  9. Same day emergency care (SDEC) is one of the many ways the NHS is working to provide the right care, in the right place, at the right time for patients.

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  10. Part of: Allied Health Professionals

    Allied health professionals (AHPs) are the third largest clinical workforce in the NHS. Made up of 14 unique and diverse professions, their practice is integral to most clinical pathways

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  11. Part of: Allied Health Professionals

    Timely access to AHP services supports personalised care, independence, and reduces avoidable admission to urgent care services. This guide supports AHPs and other health and care staff to make faster progress in improving care for people living in care homes.

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  12. Our updated guide covers all in patient care settings across acute, community and mental health and help trusts to more productively deploy nursing associates and AHPs who are increasingly becoming part of the inpatient establishment and rostered as part of the team delivering patient care.

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  13. Part of: Allied Health Professionals

    Our guide summarises insights from trust executives on the role of the chief allied health professionals and associated key questions/recommendations. It will enable boards and clinicians to review and improve leadership arrangements for their allied health professions (AHP) workforce.

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  14. Part of: Allied Health Professionals

    This collection of resources highlight the benefit and impact of AHP leadership at all levels.

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  15. These national standards cover all invasive procedures including those performed outside of the operating department.

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