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Leading change The Lead Nurse for the Care Home Vanguard Programme at Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group (NGCCG) led on the commissioning and implementation of a new role and service for those living at home with frailty. This service has led to improved outcomes, experiences and use of resources across the region. Where to look […]
Leading change A general practice nurse (GPN) at Lancaster Medical Practice addressed unwarranted variation relating to cancer care reviews through introducing a group consultation model at the surgery. This new approach has led to better outcomes for patients, better experiences for patients and staff, and better use of resources locally. Where to look There are […]
Leading change Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANP) at the Primary Integrated Community Services (PICS) in Nottinghamshire have led the development and introduction of a new Acute Home Visiting Service to ensure timely assessment and support for vulnerable patients. The service is preventing hospital admissions, improving patient experience and has led to better use of resources. Where […]
Leading change Macmillan Cancer Support and Lincolnshire West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) led the development of the programme ‘Living With and Beyond Cancer’ (LWABC). They worked collaboratively with all Lincolnshire CCGs, United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust, the voluntary sector, Healthwatch Lincolnshire, University of Lincoln, Lincolnshire County Council and other local stakeholders. Nursing and care staff […]
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 The Clinical Quality lead nurse for primary care, working for North and South Norfolk Clinical Commissioning group (CCG), developed bespoke virtual learning hubs to ensure equity of access and engagement for primary care nursing team development. The programme supported local Advance Nurse Practitioners (ANPs) to deliver a national course through work based learning, […]
Leading change The Honorary Clinical Nursing Professor in Monogenic Diabetes at the University of Exeter Medical School established the national Genetic Diabetes Nurse educational initiative to improve awareness, recognition and management of monogenic diabetes across the UK. This initiative has led to improved outcomes and experience for individuals with monogenic diabetes as well as better […]
Leading change Nurse leaders in the Greater Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Partnership Commissioning Group’s Quality Team worked with the Lead Pharmacist and Medicines Management Team. This partnership was led in collaboration with Nottingham North and East (NNE), Nottingham West (NW) and Rushcliffe Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to conduct an audit and subsequently improve the immunisation care […]
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 Nurse leaders at Cornwall Foundation Trust in Penwith launched The Centipede Club. This was a new community hub for older patients with leg ulcers. The club has been positively received by the patients and is achieving good outcomes and delivering efficiency savings. Where to look Community nursing services in Penwith were under pressure. […]