Tag Archives: NHS Improvement

Heatwave Plan for England (PHE / BBC News)

Summary The Heatwave Plan for England, created with the aim of protecting vulnerable individuals from heat-related harm, may be of interest this week. Full Text Link Reference Heatwave Plan for England. [Online]: Public Health England; Department of Health and Social … Continue reading

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Improving Patient Care by Reducing Length of Hospital Stay (NHS Improvement / NHS England)

Summary The NHS, with the cooperation of local authorities, plans to reduce unnecessarily long stays in hospital for patients by a quarter. The aim is to free-up over 4,000 beds in readiness for anticipated Winter pressures on hospitals. Currently, around … Continue reading

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Statistics on Falls in Hospitals: National Audit of Inpatient Falls 2017 (RCP / NHS Improvement)

Summary The Royal College of Physicians (RCP)’s most recent annual report summarises findings of the National Audit of Inpatient Falls, with recommendations for improvement. This report supplies: “ …detailed results from all individual hospitals, enabling comparison with their own performance … Continue reading

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Preparations for the NHS’s 70th Birthday Year: Happy Watershed Moment? (NHS England / Department of Health and Social Care / BBC News / King’s Fund / HFMA)

Summary In preparation for the NHS’s 70th Birthday on July 5th 2018, NHS England has started work, with numerous partner organisations, on plans for celebrating the NHS’s past achievements and ongoing aims / philosophy. Full Text Link Reference About NHS … Continue reading

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Helping Hospital Patients Stay Active and a Winter Framework For Speedier Discharge (NHS England / BMJ / BJN)

Summary Jane Cummings, the Chief Nursing Officer for NHS England has written about a Winter Framework designed to reduce delayed discharges by maximising the use of care homes across each Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP). Therapy-led units, too, will be … Continue reading

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Dementia Assessment and Improvement Framework (NHS Improvement)

The Dementia Assessment and Improvement Framework supports ongoing quality improvement towards the provision of “outstanding care” for people living with dementia during their stay in acute, community or mental health settings. There are eight constituent framework standards: Diagnosis. Person-centred care. … Continue reading

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