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  1. Ann-Marie Riley, Deputy Chief Nurse at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, describes how the phenomenon of #endPJparalysis began its journey within her trust.

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  2. 'Lean' healthcare resources from the Virginia Mason Institute to help deliver continuous improvement.

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  3. Real-life examples of the challenges hospitals face and how they were overcome. These stories are part of the Royal College of Physicians' Future Hospital programme.

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  4. Medway NHS Foundation Trust has developed a clinical care bundle to optimise outcomes from newborn blood screening spot sampling.

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  5. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS , Red2Green campaign

    Choose from one of the poster examples created by Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust and adapt them for your system to promote the Red2Green approach.

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  6. Part of: Red2Green campaign

    The exemplar ward programme supports the implementation of the SAFER patient bundle and Red2Green days to help improve patient flow and experience, reduce length of stay and flush out the waiting patients experience whilst in hospital.

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  7. Explains Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust's leadership development journey to promote professional cultures that support teamwork, continuous improvement and patient engagement.

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  8. Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust's 'Quality aims' is an innovative large scale project that embeds quality improvement and innovation into day to day activities by empowering quality improvement champions (QICS) across the trust.

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  9. An initiative to enable NHS finance professionals to influence decision making in support of high-quality patient services.

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  10. Professor Brian Dolan, Director of Health Service 360, explains the phenomenon of #endPJparalysis, the social media movement helping patients to get up, dressed and moving.

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  11. Case studies highlighting examples of positive and innovative practice in mental health.

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  12. Sets out six principles for developing and implementing service redesign and improvement.

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  13. The Department of Health and its arm's-length bodies produced this public commitment to delivering person-centred co-ordinated care. It can be used by providers, planners and national bodies as the definition of what ‘good’ integration and co-ordination looks like.

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  14. BMJ Quality aims to empower clinicians and organisations to play a more active role in helping to achieve better outcomes for patients.

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  15. The single clerking process improves patient safety, avoids duplication of work, ensures our patients have earlier reviews by a senior doctor, enables effective team working and enhances the teaching of our doctors in training.

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