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TR2: Acute Spinal Cord Injury Centre Outreach Visits to Newly Injured Patients for Trauma Programme of Care Schemes, which forms part of the 2016/17 Prescribed Specialised Services Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (CQUIN) schemes.
This service specification covers the provision of spinal cord injury services for adults and children.
A doctoral study by clinical nurse specialist Boucher (2016) explored how the timing of colostomy following spinal injury impacts on the individual.
Specialised health services clinical reference groups: Patient and carer member recruitment – second wave
NHS England has opened the second wave of recruitment for patient and carer members of its Clinical Reference Groups for 2013/14. For a full list of CRGs who are still recruiting members please follow the link below. CRGs are responsible for providing NHS England with clinical advice regarding specialised services, and for promoting equity of […]
Watch the recording of the NHS England Board meeting, which took place on 30 November 2017.
The agenda and meeting papers for the NHS England Board meeting on 30 March 2017.
D1 Template – GDPR data sharing agreement template for care homes/practice D2 Template – care home – staff information leaflet D3 Template – care home – letter to residents D4 Template – care home – resident information leaflet D5 Form – care home – resident consent form D6 Form – care home staff proxy access […]
The agenda and meeting papers for the NHS England Board meeting on 26 May 2016.
A resource Patient Safety Alert has been issued to support safer provision of bowel care for patients at risk of autonomic dysreflexia. Patient Safety Alert – Resources to support safer bowel care for patients at risk of autonomic dysreflexia Patients with spinal cord injury or neurological conditions may have neurogenic bowel dysfunction, which often means […]
These Specialised Services Quality Dashboards (SSQD) are designed to provide assurance on the quality of care by collecting information about outcomes from healthcare providers. SSQDs are a key tool in monitoring the quality of services, enabling comparison between service providers and supporting improvements over time in the outcomes of services commissioned by NHS England.