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  1. These practical, interactive guides are suitable for those working at all levels in the NHS, from ward to board, and will show you how to make better use of your data.

  2. A guide to professional development opportunities and possibilities to support allied health professionals (AHPs) lead at all levels.

  3. Part of: Making data count

    This test structured query language (SQL) script provides the basic foundations to create a simple statistical process control (SPC) individual moving range (XmR) chart.

  4. Part of: Staff engagement and communication , Supporting new starters and newly qualified staff

    This case study shows how engaging with staff and the local community helped Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust overcome recruitment challenges and reduce healthcare support worker (HCSW) vacancies.

  5. Part of: Making data count , Criteria-led discharge

    Statistical process control (SPC) is an analytical technique that plots data over time. It helps us understand variation and in so doing guides us to take the most appropriate action.

  6. 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.

  7. We are inviting evidence from NHS users, NHS and commercial providers, commissioners and innovators within this area to inform the development of strategic recommendations for future aseptic services in England.

  8. Part of: Criteria-led discharge

    A case study into using criteria-led discharge at South Warwickshire Foundation Trust to improve weekend discharges and reduce patient delays.

  9. The QSIR programmes focus on service improvement and are delivered to a range of staff involved in healthcare.

  10. The NHS Oversight Framework for 2019/20 outlines the joint approach NHS England and NHS Improvement will take to oversee organisational performance and identify where commissioners and providers may need support.

  11. Part of: Career planning and development

    This case study shows how Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust sought to reduce their staff turnover, by adopting a development opportunity created by Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust for newly qualified recruits — the chief nurse junior fellowship.

  12. Part of: Elective care: demand and capacity models

    This model will help you understand the demand and capacity needs of services with a complex pathway.

  13. Part of: Flexible working to support work-life balance , Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits

    This case study is an excellent example of how offering flexible working can improve retention. It follows the experience of Ben, an emergency department charge nurse at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with a passion for exploring and the outdoors.

  14. 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.

  15. Part of: Developing a retention strategy

    This article outlines the retention programme’s progress and key actions on retention in the interim NHS People Plan. It will give you an insight into trusts' initiatives to achieve sustained improvements in their turnover rates.


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