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  1. Part of: Patient safety alerts

    Monthly data on trusts that have not signed off patient safety alerts.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Part of: Health and wellbeing, rewards and benefits

    The DNA of Care project captures the experiences of staff through digital stories, exploring the intertwined relationship between patient care and staff wellbeing, and the part they play in shaping organisational cultures.

  5. Part of: Allied Health Professionals

    Allied health professionals (AHPs) are the third largest clinical workforce in the NHS. Made up of 14 unique and diverse professions, their practice is integral to most clinical pathways

  6. This model has been developed to support care home staff in North East Lincolnshire prevent and manage pressure ulcers. It links with local Clinical Commissioning Group ambitions for improving standards of care in care homes.

  7. Part of: Allied Health Professionals

    Timely access to AHP services supports personalised care, independence, and reduces avoidable admission to urgent care services. This guide supports AHPs and other health and care staff to make faster progress in improving care for people living in care homes.

  8. 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.

  9. Our revised expectations of boards and board members in relation to Freedom to Speak Up plus supplementary resources and a self-review tool.

  10. Part of: Same day emergency care

    Same day emergency care (SDEC) aims to benefit both patients and the healthcare system by reducing waiting times and unnecessary hospital admissions.

  11. Part of: Patient safety alerts

    Rolling data updated monthly, to show the number of patient safety incidents reported to the National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) in the last 12 months.

  12. The NHS in England is one of the only healthcare systems in the world that is this open and transparent about patient safety incident reporting, particularly around Never Events. We are clear that we need to openly tackle these issues, not ignore them.

  13. The Serious Incident framework (2015) describes how Serious Incidents should be reported and investigated in the NHS. Between March and June 2018 we sought views on how our guidance could be revised to support the system to respond appropriately when things go wrong.

  14. 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.

  15. Part of: Allied Health Professionals

    Our guide summarises insights from trust executives on the role of the chief allied health professionals and associated key questions/recommendations. It will enable boards and clinicians to review and improve leadership arrangements for their allied health professions (AHP) workforce.


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