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Blogs

PIPSQC Blog: “Keeping Kids Safe During Critical Illness and Resuscitation” – by Dr. Simon Craig, Emergency Physician, Monash Children’s Hospital, Australia Martyn Diaper explains importance of Patient safety – As NHS England launches a new reporting e-form specifically developed for GP staff, Martyn Diaper, NHS England’s Head of Patient Safety (Primary Care), and a practising […]

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External links

The UK Sepsis Trust, recognises the scale and significance of the impact of severe sepsis on sufferers and their families. Although many patients return to a normal life, those who survive the condition may experience longstanding physical effects, and some suffer from psychological difficulties resulting from their prolonged illness. Paediatric International Patient Safety and Quality […]

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Implementation guides

Many of the resources within the deterioration in children web pages –the focus for the Re-ACT project (Respond to Ailing Children Tool) – may aid the implementation of improvements for the recognition and treatment of deteriorating children: the TED-type presentations, case studies and parent stories may provide information, practical advice or encouragement to guide change […]

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Frequently asked questions

What are test beds? Test bed sites are likely to be local groups of commissioners and providers, including NHS providers from all sectors: primary, community, acute and mental health.  They will also have strong links to social care and to the local voluntary sector.  Our Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) partners will identify and put […]

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Test Beds

The NHS Five Year Forward View, published in October 2014, set out the intention to develop a small number of ‘test beds’. These sites will evaluate the real world impact of new technologies offering both better care and better value for taxpayers, testing them together with innovations in how NHS services are delivered. Together with […]

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The Mental Health Taskforce

The Mental Health Taskforce brings together health and care leaders and experts in the field, including people using services, to lead a programme of work to create a mental health Five Year Forward View for the NHS in England. Formed in March 2015, its principal task is to develop a new five year national strategy […]

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Tasked with delivering real change – Paul Farmer

It’s a sign of the changing times that the NHS has set up a mental health taskforce, and I am really pleased to be its independent chair. As we get towards the end of this Parliament, there can be no doubt that awareness of mental health as an issue has grown in visibility and significance. […]

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News

Latest news: Increasing number of patients in England can now access GP services online Patient Online team are hosting as series of webinars to support practices, CCGs and CSUs with implementing online services, appointments, repeat prescribing and records access. 21% of patients in England can now access their medical record online. Patient Online Support and […]

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Board meeting – 26 March 2015

The next Board meeting will take place on 26 March 2015 in Leeds, Quarry House, at 10am. If you would like to attend, please register your interest at england.boardattendance@nhs.net. and let us know if you have any additional requirements. Please note that members of the public are welcome to attend meetings of the Board – […]

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Learning Disability Network Manager

Fixed term until end of March 2016 Job title: Learning Disability Network Manager Job Reference: 990-NHSE2468NSC Location: Leeds Salary: £25,783 to £34,530 pa Closing date: Wednesday 15 April 2015 Easy Read Advert for this job Easy Read Job Description and Person Specification for this job Easy Read Application Form for this job The Public Participation […]

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