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The Sudden and Unexpected Deaths in Childhood (SUDC) Service – a nurse-led model of care and support

Leading change The Lead Sudden and Unexpected Deaths in Childhood (SUDC) nurse at Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust (LCFT) led on improvements to the nurse-led SUDC Service in collaboration with partner agencies. This service has led to improved outcomes, experiences and use of resources locally. Where to look The SUDC Service leads on the implementation […]

London comes together to tackle nurse shortages

The NHS in London is collaborating with partners across the capital to combat shortages in nursing. The CapitalNurse Programme is a project of collective action between directors of nursing and HR directors from service providers, NHS England, Health Education England, NHS Improvement, education providers, Sustainability and Transformation Plans, trade unions and professional organisations who have […]

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New local health and care partnership across Wessex could save livesThis link opens in a new tab

Health and care professionals will be able to reduce unnecessary patient tests and improve safety through better working between hospitals and GPs and social care across Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight. New partnerships will be introduced giving health and care staff better and faster access to vital information about the person in their […]

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Meet the teamThis link opens in a new tab

Core team Clinical team Project leads Core team Kathy Collins, Senior Clinical Network Manager Email: Kathy has worked for the NHS for over 30 years with a clinical background in nursing and held a number of nurse manager roles in specialist palliative care, gastroenterology and infectious diseases, before moving into general hospital management.  Kathy originally joined […]

Clinical Priorities Advisory Group (CPAG)

The Clinical Priorities Advisory Group (CPAG) makes recommendations on NHS England’s approach to commissioning services, treatments and technologies, and considers which of these should be prioritised for investment. Its scope includes all specialised services of NHS England. CPAG assesses drugs, medical devices and treatments according to their clinical effectiveness, benefit for patients and value for […]

Three services in London nominated for inspirational Kate Granger Awards

Nine nominees make up the final shortlist for this year’s Kate Granger Compassionate Care Awards and three of these nominations are for exceptional services provided in London. The nominations in the capital are the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital whose staff have developed a toy MRI scanner to help put children at their ease; the Pathway […]

Integrated care pioneers announced

Fourteen areas leading the way in delivering better joined up care In May 2013, national partners announced the ‘pioneers’ programme, inviting local areas to demonstrate the use of ambitious and innovative approaches to deliver person-centred, co-ordinated care and support. Over 100 expressions of interest were received, with the final selection of the pioneers being made […]