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  1. The Model Hospital is a digital information service designed to help NHS providers improve their productivity and efficiency.

  2. Part of: Improving staff retention

    This case study explores how a focus on flexible working and staff development helped a trust improve their staff retention.

  3. Following an overwhelming response, 13 NHS trusts have been selected to join the first cohort.

  4. This tool has been developed to enable trusts, clinical commissioning groups and local authorities to understand where delayed transfers of care are in their area or system.

  5. An evidence-based framework to enable board and senior leaders to consistently define and measure pressure ulcers.

  6. Part of: Improving staff retention

    This case study explores how a retention improvement strategy can be implemented in a trust undergoing major change.

  7. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Many mental health service providers around England are meeting complex challenges with exceptional innovation, energy and creativity. We have drawn on this experience, skill and expertise to develop a national model to support continuous improvement in service delivery.

  8. Part of: Experts by experience , Improvement approaches , Innovation , Culture

    Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust wanted to find an alternative to those who needed access to mental health care outside of working hours, and no provision to self-refer resulting in people accessing emergency departments (ED).

  9. Part of: Experts by experience , Improvement approaches , Culture

    Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust aimed to improve nutrition and mealtime experiences for people with complex mental illness and dementia on the 16-person Marsden Ward at Monkwearmouth Hospital, Sunderland.

  10. Part of: Resources , Innovation , Experts by experience

    About 65% of south London children and young people needing inpatient beds were cared for outside the South London Partnership’s (SLP) area during 2016/17, on average 73 miles from home.

  11. Part of: Experts by experience , Resources , Improvement approaches , Culture

    The South London Partnership (SLP) needed new clinical pathways when it took on responsibility for assessment, commissioning and care management of people who use forensic services.

  12. Part of: Innovation

    Frail elderly patients often have multiple conditions that include mental health problems such as depression, delirium or dementia. Traditional healthcare models, particularly admission to acute hospitals, can bring harm as well as benefit for these patients.

  13. Part of: Resources , Innovation , Culture

    Too many people requiring forensic services in south London were placed outside the area in independent sector beds.

  14. Part of: Valued care in mental health: a national improvement model

    Mental health trusts in England welcome the policy, media and public attention now being paid to mental health. Being in the spotlight offers an important opportunity to improve mental health services for the people who use them.

  15. Part of: Inspiring improvement across the NHS

    The Sir Peter Carr Award is for clinicians and managers, designed to help and inspire the NHS leaders of tomorrow to improve services for patients.


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