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NHS elective & emergency care improvement support teams. Our aim is to spread good practice
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Emma Challans 7h
Thank you to members of for contributing to this programme. Huge thank you to the Team for making it happen. A superb offer for operational service managers; Personally and professionally. 🌟
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Martin Vernon Aug 24
Walking Intervention in 45-75 year-olds ⬆️ objectively measured moderate-vigorous physical activity levels by 1/3 between baseline & 3–4 yrs & were associated with significant⬇️ in CVS events (heart attacks, strokes) & fractures at 4yrs->🚶‍♀️🚶‍♂️
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liz sargeant Aug 24
Thanks message is spreading evidence growing that making decisions about how and where people live, in a hospital setting is flawed. 50% over prescription of care when assessment undertaken in hospital. Have to reframe risk and safe concepts
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Vince Baxter Aug 24
Excellent article by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ highlighting some great learning. Thanks to the ⁦⁩ for sharing ⁦
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Martin Vernon Aug 23
People with dementia refuse care in hospital because of how it’s delivered. Structured environments/routines make it difficult for people with dementia to communicate concerns. Ward staff shouldn’t assume resistant behaviours are always due to dementia 👇
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NHS Midlands Aug 21
Some very good advice here from a consultant physician and geriatrician
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Claire Sanders Aug 22
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NHS Improvement Aug 23
‘Embracing risk is about supporting professionals to think differently about how they manage risk and allow people to still have choice.’ See how implemented a approach to get Doug home for his 90th birthday.
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teamCNO Aug 23
The 5 grab guides are a series of practical resources to support health and social care staff to take every opportunity to prevent delayed transfers of care. Access them here :
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Emma Challans Aug 23
Here we have a very short video on Get involved! 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
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@NHS / Amit Aug 23
Another hospital with support reported 75 percent of their patients had their medication reconciled during July. SPC chart as shown here is the scientific and preferred way to measure improvements/change. Improvement is key🔑.
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Ricky Lee McCullough Aug 23
An absolute must for any team hoping to measure outputs in the SPC format and identify constraints within a clinical pathway
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liz sargeant Aug 23
This message is important to read, don’t make assumptions, don’t judge on perceptions and stereotypes, listen carefully to the person and understand their ‘expert’version of what makes them who they are and want to be/remain
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Elective & Emergency Care Improvement Support Team Aug 23
Excellent resource for measuring progress over time in a statistically controlled manner. Has been effectively used for elective dashboards
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#Proud2bOps @emmachallans Aug 23
Proud2bOps members welcomed the opportunity to support this programme and support colleagues in personal development and delivery. 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
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Elective & Emergency Care Improvement Support Team Aug 23
Here’s the link to the Elective Care Essentials programme
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Sue Stanley Aug 23
Next cohort in Reading starts in October. Closing date for applications 30th August. Details at .
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Emma Challans Aug 23
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Ricky Lee McCullough Aug 23
So good to have to the essentials programme so well received. We continue to develop the content to deepen the learning 🙏🏼
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Elective & Emergency Care Improvement Support Team Aug 23
A brief video featuring talking about the benefits of undertaking the elective care essentials programme which is delivered by our Team Programme details here
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