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  1. Stories told by individuals from their own perspective and in a healthcare setting can provide us with an opportunity to understand their experience of the care they have received helping us to learn the good, the bad and what could be done to improve their experience.

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  2. The NHS turned 70 on 5 July 2018. The birthday is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions and to say a special thank you to the extraordinary NHS staff.

  3. Part of: Implementing seven day hospital services

    Dr Christine Blanshard, medical director and Claire Gorzanski, head of clinical effectiveness at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust give their top tips on implementing standard 2 (time to reveiw) as part of delivering seven day hospital services.

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  4. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust share their journey of implementing Red2Green days.

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  5. An original film by South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust celebrating their staff, as well as the patients they care for. It features staff, patients, volunteers and carers from mental health, community and learning disability services which can often be overlooked in NHS narratives.

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  6. Part of: Seven day services in the NHS

    Learn from other trusts who have identified key challenges in implementing seven-day hospital services.

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  7. We spoke to our Director of Elective Care Improvement, Nigel Coomber, about improving access to cancer standards and our new cancer intensive support team.

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  8. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    How Red2Green has helped reduce the length of stay, improved patient flow and safety at South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust (SWFT).

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  9. In their second blog, our Sir Peter Carr Award winners, Daniel Wadsworth and Dr. Rachel Pilling from Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust share the latest developments in their project to show all staff how they can be a hero at work.

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  10. Pressure ulcers are an avoidable and costly harm. We are working to create a significant culture shift and eliminate avoidable pressure ulcers in acute, community and mental health provider settings.

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  11. Greg Madden, Senior Development Advisor at NHS Improvement gives his account of how trusts can maximise their use of quality improvement tools and techniques. He looks at the role of leadership and explores the challenges that providers can face in implementing cultural change.

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  12. The measures Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is taking to reduce delays for patients.

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  13. Hospitals are noisy places at night which means patients do not always sleep well. This case study we illustrate how findings from interdisciplinary research informed a quality improvement project.

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  14. Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust reduces congestion around their car parks. Their case study explains how it was achieved using Basemap's travel time mapping software called TRACC.

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  15. This briefing outlines 10 lessons for NHS leaders and provides a starting point for leaders seeking to embed quality improvement in their work.

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