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

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  2. We have developed levels of attainment and meaningful use standards to help NHS providers implement and use e-rostering and e-job planning software to its fullest potential, ensuring the right staff are in the right place at the right time, delivering high quality patient care.

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  3. Part of: Community Services Operating Model Guidance

    The steps between receiving a query or referral and allocating it to the right team is shown below. In this resource, we have referred to this as the 'access process'. Getting this process right can improve waiting times, patient flow and quality of care.

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  4. We support providers to follow best practice in nutrition and hydration to reduce the incidence of pressure ulcers and promote good wound healing.

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  5. The six-stage project management approach provides a framework for managing improvement projects in the NHS. We suggest you read through this overview before undertaking any actions relating to the stages. This will help to give you an overall picture and where the tools sit beneath the stages.

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. This guide offers trusts useful guidance on emergency patient flow to identify a large cohort of patients who can safely be treated on the same day, reducing admissions and improving the patient experience.

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  9. Our core curriculum will guide and educate nurses and other healthcare professionals on the steps needed to prevent pressure ulcers from developing and causing avoidable harm.

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  10. An improvement resource to help health and social care economies reduce the number of GNBSIs, with an initial focus on Escherichia coli (E.coli).

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  11. Part of: Maternal and neonatal health safety collaborative

    This framework provides a structure for maternity units to create and develop their own approach to effectively communicating clinical data and transferring key safety information.

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  12. Part of: Rapid improvement guides for urgent and emergency care

    This rapid improvement guide provides a brief guide to running a system challenge event.

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  13. This guidance is for chief nurses and those in other senior nursing and midwifery roles.

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  14. Part of: Culture and leadership , Recruiting, developing and retaining staff

    Specialty and Associate Specialist (SAS) doctors in England will have access to improved support and better development opportunities thanks to measures outlined in the report ‘Maximising the potential: essential measures to support SAS doctors’.

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  15. Part of: Supporting the experienced workforce

    This piece of research was led by Professor Anne Marie Rafferty of King’s College London and commissioned by us to explore the perspective of older nurses (50+) working in acute hospital trusts.

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