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Category list : Change Challenge outcomes

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  • Change Challenge: Toolkit

    Features30 March, 2015

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    Change challenge interactive guide: methodology

    Features30 March, 2015

    How did people from across the world come together to discuss bottom-up change in the NHS?

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    Change Challenge Video: 'Just Do It' programmeVideo

    Features30 March, 2015

    For the Nursing Times, HSJ and NHS Improving Quality ‘Challenge Top Down Change’ campaign, we looked at best practice examples of how staff could be encourage to make small incremental changes that make a difference to the quality of care being delivered and the experience felt by staff and patients.

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    Setting the Context – the need for a better way to change fast

    Features30 March, 2015

    The NHS has often been accused of fire fighting rather than any strategic long term planning. Successful organisations in other sectors, for example Apple, have learnt to change fast and adapt quickly according to their clients’ behaviours.

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    Change Challenge 2015: overview of ideas shared

    Features30 March, 2015

    Upon its launch, the Change Challenge had a brave task – to collectively bring out the wisdom of the public which would help any individual achieve change more effectively within the NHS.

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    NHS managers need training framework, campaign findsSubscription

    News27 March, 2015

    A national framework for the training and development of general managers within the NHS should be set up to support managers in their roles and ensure all are working to the same standards, a new guide to be published by Nursing Times, HSJ and NHS Improving Quality will reveal.