Issue : 11 February 2015
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Each year the calls grow louder for the health service to look to other sectors for fresh ideas and approaches to generate innovation and change.
Phase one of our online Change Challenge campaign resulted in a list of 10 barriers and 11 building blocks for bottom-up change. Each and every one of them was defined directly from the 7,500+ contributions of the people who took part. Here’s how we did it.
A thematic analyses of the barriers identified in phase one of the Change Challenge has revealed 11 building blocks that can support bottom-up change. We can think of these building blocks as the design principles by which solutions can be developed.
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We talk to Angela Reed-Fox, digital clinical champion for NHS England’s Patient Online, who has been a nurse foreight years.
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A new tool is likely to be developed to help primary care staff audit sepsis diagnoses among children, according to a government report.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence has issued a new quality standard intended to improve care for adult patients with psychosis and schizophrenia.
Seven pilot sites have been chosen to test out how children and young people with long-term conditions can play a more active role in deciding which outcomes are most important to them.
The workforce and users of the NHS have told us about how to make big change happen and we need to listen