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389 resources of type Shared learning ×

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  1. Part of: Staff engagement and communication , Career planning and development

    The January 2020 edition of Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals' 'Nursing and Midwifery Workforce and Safe Care' bi-annual newsletter.

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  2. Part of: Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff , Improving staff retention

    A case study of how Leeds GP Confederation improved access to training for primary care nurses, achieving high levels of satisfaction among new recruits.

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  3. Part of: Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff , Career planning and development , Improving staff retention

    A case study of how University Hospitals Plymouth (UHP) NHS Trust tackled its issues with nursing recruitment and retention by developing a clear pathway for staff development and progression.

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  4. Part of: Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits , Improving staff retention

    A case study of how East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust are using a modern, supportive approach to staff development to successfully combat longstanding recruitment challenges and rising rates of staff turnover and absence.

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  5. Part of: Career planning and development , Improving staff retention

    A case study of how Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals (WHH) NHS Trust developed new nursing career pathways to improve retention and recruitment.

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  6. Part of: Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff , Career planning and development , Improving staff retention

    How creative recruitment supported Princess Royal University Hospital's emergency department.

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  7. A guide for matrons and trusts to support and develop this important role.

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  8. Part of: Criteria-led discharge

    A case study detailing how criteria-led discharge (CLD) was introduced on an acute medical unit at Tameside General Hospital resulting in increased weekend discharge rates.

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  9. Part of: The NHS Patient Safety Strategy

    National bodies can provide systems and policies for the NHS, but safety is improved at the point of care. Lauren Mosley, Head of Patient Safety Implementation, and Donna Forsyth, Head of Investigation, describe the new Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF).

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  10. Tools to support the system to consistently manage and remove urinary catheters.

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  11. Part of: Same day emergency care

    The surgical same day emergency care (SSDEC) model builds on experience from established surgical ambulatory emergency care units and aims to bring principles learned from day surgery units for elective operations to emergency surgical admissions.

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  12. We've designed this programme with NHS England to support NHS communicators across all levels.

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  13. Part of: Flexible working to support work-life balance

    After realising the highest areas of turnover for nurses and midwives was the intensive care units, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust began a project to reduce turnover by improving joy at work.

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  14. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    Our Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) team developed these resources to help support local practices in outlining targets for black and ethnic minority (BME) representation in leadership teams and promoting equity, fairness and joy at work to ensure people want to stay in the NHS.

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  15. Part of: Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff , Career planning and development

    Great Ormond Street Hospital utilised evidence that if organisations can retain staff beyond their two years in the job, they are more likely to retain them for more than five years.

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