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  1. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    Resources to reduce the instances of falls in hospitals.

  2. Part of: Making data count

    A funnel plot is a scatter plot of rates against population size. It compares results from different populations over the same period, e.g. the referral rate for a particular condition from a number of GP surgeries.

  3. Part of: Effective use of data and diagnostics

    This toolkit helps you to take a clearer look at the age of your workforce to predict trends and identify areas where there may be a higher likelihood of retirement requests in the future.

  4. The scorecard is a set of indicators that can be used to compare trusts to peers on patient and staff experience, and the effectiveness and responsiveness of their services.

  5. Part of: Improving patient flow through urgent and emergency care

    An intuitive data visualisation tool that gives NHS providers extensive information on patient flow through their emergency departments and beyond.

  6. This tool has been developed to enable trusts, clinical commissioning groups and local authorities to understand where delayed transfers of care are in their area or system.

  7. Part of: Making data count , Criteria-led discharge

    Statistical process control (SPC) is an analytical technique that plots data over time. It helps us understand variation and in so doing guides us to take the most appropriate action.

  8. Our publications index contains links to resources that have been developed to help provide better ambulatory emergency care for patients.

  9. Part of: Effective use of data and diagnostics , Developing a retention strategy

    This is a resource designed to help trusts create a retention strategy.

  10. Part of: Flexible working to support work-life balance , Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits , Developing a retention strategy

    This toolkit aims to help organisations achieve healthy working environments by creating the best working conditions for nursing staff, enabling them to deliver the highest standards of patient care.

  11. Part of: Staff engagement and communication , Developing a retention strategy , Effective use of data and diagnostics , Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff , Flexible working to support work-life balance , Supporting the experienced workforce , Career planning and development , Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits , Improving staff retention

    This improvement resource outlines key steps to improving retention of clinical staff. We have distilled advice from interviews with trust HR directors, directors of nursing and medical directors.

  12. Professionally diverse leadership teams including senior clinicians at board level increase the likelihood of meeting the complex challenges facing the NHS. We have created a framework to help providers make the most of the talents of all their existing workforce.

  13. A model to help you understand your two week wait demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.

  14. Digital workforce resources for nursing, allied health professionals (AHPs) and wider clinical staff to support the implementation of digital systems and the development of digital and informatics career specialties in nursing and AHP careers.

  15. These resources will help you to forecast the finances, activity and workforce in your trust, sustainability and transformation plan (STP), integrated care system (ICS) or user defined system.


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