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  1. Part of: Engaging, supporting and valuing doctors in training

    These case studies demonstrate how providers have improved engagement with their doctors in training.

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  2. Debs Taylor explains her journey from being affected by mental health problems, being medically retired, to working for Creative Minds; a charity that uses creative approaches and activities in healthcare to help improve the health of local people.

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  3. Part of: Engaging, supporting and valuing doctors in training

    These case studies look at innovative solutions to tackle the pressure of work and rota gaps.

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  4. Part of: Improving quality and safety in healthcare

    Case studies on how to protect service users and staff, by de-escalating violence, improving restraint and seclusion practices and minimising risks of suicide.

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  5. Part of: Improving quality and safety in healthcare

    Case studies on shaping attitudes, beliefs, perceptions and values in relation to patient safety and sharing and embedding good practice.

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  6. Part of: Patient falls improvement collaborative , Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    Pilot organisations that took part in our improvement collaborative to prevent and reduce instances of falls in hospitals, provide an update of their progress.

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  7. We spoke to our director of elective care, Nigel Coomber, about his thoughts on last month's elective care conference.

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  8. East London NHS Foundation Trust has introduced self-catering to a ward in its forensic mental health service as part of a QI project. It has made a positive impact on the diet provided and improved the satisfaction rates of meals and ward environment.

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  9. The ‘Listen to Me’ campaign was developed by Mara Tonks, Lead Midwife at Kettering, General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and her team, to ensure that all women who have been admitted to the delivery suite leave feeling they have been listened to.

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  10. The Emerald Unit at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, a teaching hospital within Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, is designed for people admitted to hospital with a medical problem related to dementia.

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  11. Helen Farrington, Associate Director of OD and Training, talks about her trust's experience of the diagnostic phase of the culture programme.

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  12. A summary of available research into postural care.

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  13. Enabling the quality improvement of care for patients undergoing emergency laparotomy through the provision of high quality comparative data from all providers of emergency laparotomy.

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  14. This guide outlines the importance of providing the right postural care to help maintain or improve body shape and physical ability.

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  15. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    This guest blog from the #Red2Green team at Dudley Group NHS Trust tells the story of how they successfully managed to implement adoption of this approach in wards across their organisation.

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