6Cs Live! Communication Hub Launched by Sir David Nicholson at Wolverhampton’s New Cross Hospital (NHS England)


Sir David Nicholson, Chief Executive of NHS England, launched the “6Cs Live!” online hub at the Royal Wolverhampton Hospital NHS Trust.

This event took place at the Wolverhampton Medical Institute, and was timed to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the NHS.

Read more: 6Cs Live! Communication hub has been launched by Sir David Nicholson on the 65th Anniversary of the NHS. NHS England.


6Cs Live! Communication hub has been launched by Sir David Nicholson on the 65th Anniversary of the NHS. London: NHS England, July 5th 2013.

Learning About the New Cross Hospital Dementia Project

Sir David Nicholson also visited the Dementia Care Ward at New Cross Hospital on this anniversary to see the 6Cs in action and learn about the department’s Dementia Outreach Team who help staff in other clinical areas to care for dementia sufferers. The Dementia Ward introduced person-centred care, focusing on three key issues: (i) the environment of care, (ii) nutrition and hydration and (iii) best possible communication.

Full Text Link


NHS Chief Executive launches national care excellence initiative at New Cross Hospital on 65th anniversary of NHS. Sir David Nicholson visits New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton. Wolverhampton: Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, July 2013.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 9, August 2013].

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