Improving Recovery Rehabilitation and Reablement Services (NHS IQ)

Summary

NHS Improving Quality (NHS IQ) has undertaken work to support NHS England in developing an improvement programme for rehabilitation services.

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Recovery, rehabilitation and reablement. London [Online]: NHS Improving Quality, July 2014.

NHS IQ reviewed rehabilitation services to identify different practice models, using case studies to illustrate different integrated models for adult rehabilitation service provision. The availability of adult rehabilitation services across England was assessed.

“A number of common rehabilitation-specific elements were identified in the case studies reviewed”. (p.7)

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Improving adult rehabilitation services in England: sharing best practice in acute and community care. London: NHS Improving Quality, June 27th 2014.

Improving Adult Rehabilitation Services (IARS)

The “Improving Adult Rehabilitation Services Community of Practice” website was commissioned by NHS England (previously by the Department of Health):

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Improving adult rehabilitation services communities of practice. London [Online]: NHS Networks, 2014.

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