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  1. Data workbooks and explorer tool based on incidents reported by NHS providers in England to the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS).

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  2. Improve the quality and timeliness of ambulance handover for individual patients and for people in the community requiring an emergency ambulance.

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  3. Reduce the risk of healthcare associated infections by using the toolkits and guidance on how to tackle the likes of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Clostridium difficile (C. difficile).

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  4. We're fighting antimicrobial resistance by raising awareness of prevention and control, while supporting expert pharmacists and clinicians to reduce inappropriate prescribing of antibiotics.

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  5. Follow the approach set out in this guidance on MRSA bloodstream infections (BSI) to deliver the aspiration and help prevent future events of infections.

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  6. Use these national evidence-based guidelines for preventing healthcare-associated infections (HCAI) in National Health Service (NHS) hospitals

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  7. Use this data for benchmarking against national and regional antibiotic resistance and prescribing to determine appropriate local action. This data should be used by commissioners, individual organisations and health economies.

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  8. Analysis of the patient safety incidents reported in England to the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) up to December 2016.

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  9. Best practice examples, great ideas and service solutions from the NHS which are available to all.

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  10. A programme for clinicians to learn and develop skills in quality improvement and put these skills into practice.

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  11. We explain why recording patient safety incidents is important for learning and how to report these incidents. You can also find out how many incidents were recorded and how we use them to support healthcare providers to improve patient safety.

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  12. 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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  13. 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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  14. A resource to help improve the delivery of care for patients who have fallen or sustained fractures.

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  15. Access selected and authoritative evidence in health, social care and public health.

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