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Leading change The Community Infection Prevention Nurse (IPN) & Sepsis Lead at Lancashire County Council (LCC) led on a programme of work to implement a local community sepsis strategy and a sepsis training and development delivery programme. This has improved service provision for care homes across Lancashire. Where to look Sepsis is a life-threatening organ […]
Leading change Nurse leaders at Airedale NHS Foundation Trust led the implementation of a telemedicine service to remotely provide care at home or in nursing and residential homes. This has significantly reduced avoidable admissions to hospital, supported individuals to remain in their place of residence without needing to travel to receive care and improved overall […]
Leading change The Advanced Nurse Practitioner at North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust led on the development and implementation of a new Care Home Coordination Centre (CHCC) to support people living in care homes to remain in their homes where safe and appropriate to so do. This clinical pathway redesign is resulting in reduced hospital […]
Leading change The Nurse Manager in the Mental Health and Vascular Wellbeing Team at North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust (NSCHT) led a programme of work to introduce a digital application (app) into the care and treatment plans for service users at high risk of developing mild cognitive impairment (MCI). The app was designed to […]
Leading change A Staff Nurse at Dragon Square Community Unit, North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust led on improvements to the evidence based approach to service delivery and care for children aged 5 – 18 years. This approach has led to locally improved outcomes, experiences and use of resources by supporting staff to tailor approaches […]
Leading change The matron of the Community Children’s Nursing Team at Whittington Health NHS Trust led the implementation of a new service within the Hospital at Home service, offering home based phototherapy to babies with physiological jaundice. The Hospital at Home service is part of the Community Children’s Nursing Team, delivering nursing care to acutely […]
Leading change The Head of Care Strategy at the Good Care Group led on a programme to improve at home treatment and care for urinary tract infections (UTI’s) with its clients. Through enhanced training and support, combined with collaborative working, this programme has led to improved outcomes, experiences and use of resources locally. Where to […]
Leading change Nursing leaders from Sunderland Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) led a collaborative, multidisciplinary project team in designing and implementing a digital system to identify care home residents with deteriorating health. The multidisciplinary team (MDT) developed and applied an electronic system to support the monitoring of residents’ health. The electronic system, based on an adaptation […]
Leading change South Norfolk CCG Nurses (Care Home Practitioners) are working with residential and nursing homes across central Norfolk and Waveney to reduce avoidable hospital admission and misdiagnosis of urinary tract infections (UTIs). They developed and implemented a new checklist, to support nursing and care staff within the residential facilities to improve diagnosis and management […]
Leading change The nursing leads at Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group (NCCCG) led on the development and implementation of an Early Intervention Practitioners service for care homes. This programme of work has improved the experiences of residents as well as the use of resources across the region. Where to look NHS Nottingham City CCG commissions […]