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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 […]
Leading change Specialist nurses for Organ Donation at NHS Blood and Transplant led on the implementation of a digital Application (App) programme for organ donation, for use by specialist nurses nationally. The programme has significantly improved the safety of organ recipients, patient and staff experience and released staff resources to spend more time with patients. […]
Leading change The palliative care clinical nurse advisor for Manchester Health and Care Commissioning (MHCC) led with commissioners on the development, commissioning and implementation of a consultant-led, community-based palliative care service in north Manchester. The service has reduced unwarranted variation in practice and led to improved experiences and outcomes for residents in the local area […]
Leading change Midwives and midwifery support workers at Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, in collaboration with the Local Authority, led the development and implementation of a new Integrated Health Service team (IHST). The new integrated service team has led to improved outcomes, working with the most vulnerable families locally, by providing support on […]
Leading change The nurses at Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust led on the introduction of a new Stockport Team for Early Management (STEM) service for people within the borough of Stockport. This service has led to better outcomes for people using the service, better experiences and better use of resources. Where to look The Royal […]
Leading change The diabetes specialist nurse at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust led a programme of work to reduce rates of hypoglycaemia within inpatients at the Trust. This has led to improved outcomes for patients as well as improved experiences and use of resources. Where to look Bolton NHS Foundation Trust is provider of hospital and […]
Leading change The Diabetes Specialist Nurse at Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust led on the development and implementation of a programme of education and support across the North West of England. The specialist nurse’s new role supported local diabetes teams and other healthcare professionals to identify individuals with monogenic diabetes and ensure they receive […]
Leading change Castle Supported Living Ltd, a charity in the Ribble Valley, Lancashire, is registered with the Care Quality Commission to provide personal care to adults with a learning disability living in their own homes. Recognising unwarranted variation, care staff at the organisation engaged with people who have learning disabilities to introduce co-production to further […]
Leading change The Day Services Development Lead at Willow Wood Hospice, an adult hospice providing specialist palliative care for patients with life-limiting illnesses, has transformed the day service after addressing unwarranted variation in the model of care for the patients. The service developments supported the home’s care staff to encourage empowerment and self-management in the […]
Leading Change Midwives at the Pennine Acute Hospitals, Royal Oldham Hospital site lead a project to increase and strengthen how feedback is used to drive forward quality improvement within their maternity services. Where to look Following a regulatory Care Quality Commission inspection in 2016, Pennine Acute Hospitals reviewed their engagement with maternity service users and […]