Category list : The NHS Institute For Innovation and Improvement
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Researchers from King’s College London are to assess the impact of a major nursing initiative over the last 10 years in English hospitals.
Better communication within care home servicesSubscription
Care home residents require support from many quarters but communication is often poor. The Care Homes Connect programme is working to improve this.
Toolkit to improve patient care in the community Subscription
A new toolkit has been launched by the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement to help community nurses improve the care they provide based on the first impressions of their patients.
A toolkit that taps into people’s first impressions of a healthcare setting has been launched by the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement to help mental health wards provide a better experience for patients.
Ambulatory emergency care (AEC), or same-day emergency care, is an evolving approach in which appropriate adult emergency patients can be diagnosed, treated and discharged from hospital on the same day.
Lift staff members to make a winning teamSubscription
Listening to your staff and acting on their feedback will help to create a happy workforce with a positive outlook
Using safety crosses for patient self-reflectionSubscription
Patients in a medium-secure mental health unit used Productive Ward safety crosses as a tool for self-reflection in order to promote recovery.
How enhanced recovery can boost patient outcomesSubscription
The enhanced recovery approach is being introduced in many surgical and emergency specialties with benefits in both reduced length of stay and improved patient experience.
Nursing forum's four themes unveiledSubscription
The prime minister’s Nursing and Care Quality Forum will focus on four themes, including “values and culture”, it has emerged.
Ward managers and other senior hospital nurses will be asked to help lead the implementation of a new end of life care planning initiative, Nursing Times understands.