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  1. The Stop the Pressure website is an improvement resource for health professionals and patients to access current information for the benefit of all at risk of pressure ulcers.

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  2. The 15 Steps Challenge focuses on seeing care through a patient or carer’s eyes and exploring their first impressions.

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  3. 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.

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  4. To help NHS providers implement their pathology network and to enable the NHS to share best practice, we are developing a toolkit of how to guides and templates.

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  5. A toolkit to help trusts maximise the use of staff banks and reduce agency spend.

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  6. An overview of how Red2Green is adding value for patients in Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Foundation Trust.

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  7. Part of: Using costing information to support better outcomes

    Three tools to help analyse patient-level costing information - often referred to as PLICS.

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  8. A nine-dimensioned framework of the key characteristics, attitudes and behaviours expected of leaders in the NHS now and in the future.

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  9. A model derived from research from the NHS which examined the knowledge, skills and capabilities that leaders need to achieve relevant and sustainable improvements.

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  10. A vision will tell people why they should invest time and effort into your project. This covers the key characteristics of visions and when and how to use it.

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  11. This tool sets out four dimensions for supporting leaders to influence others: role modelling, understanding and conviction, skills required for change and reinforcement mechanisms.

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  12. This is a diagnostic tool that has been developed to support health and care leaders to identify strengths and weaknesses in their implementation plans and so predict the likelihood of sustainability for their improvement initiatives.

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  13. Guidance on engaging senior clinical leaders to enable successful and lasting improvement.

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  14. The aim is to reduce non-elective admissions for surgical site infection and to improve surgical discharge.

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

    Through collecting and reporting ward-level data, this tool supports wards to reduce the number of 'red days' in favour of value-adding ‘green days’.

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