Generic Patient Pathway Quality Standards (WMQRS)

Summary

The West Midlands Quality Review Service (WMQRS) has developed generic standards to support NHS organisations in the West Midlands in improving the quality of services. Generic standards are deliberately not specific to particular patient pathways or types of service; they underline common standards generalised from specific evidence-based quality standards across a range of services.

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Reference

Generic patient pathway quality standards. Version 1. Birmingham: West Midlands Quality Review Service (WMQRS), July 2014.

Care of Adults With Acquired Brain Injury Quality Standards

The West Midlands Quality Review Service has produced, and collected, many other WMQRS Quality Standards for specific services, as may be seen from the WMQRS Document Library. The latest of these standards, concerning the care of adults with acquired brain injury, is shown below:

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Reference

Quality standards: care of adults with acquired brain injury. Version 1. Birmingham: West Midlands Quality Review Service (WMQRS), July 2014.

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