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About Pete Gordon

Nurse by background and pragmatic improver. Member of the NHS Emergency Care Intensive Support Team (ECIST). Passionate about doing the right things to improve patient care. @PeteGordon68

Useful Measurement for Improvement resources

12 April 2017Samanthan Riley - Head of Improvement Analytics at NHS Improvement. [email protected] @samriley Categories: Co-production, Delivering efficiency savings, ECIST Network, education, Emergency care, Innovation, Multidisciplinary Team Working, Preventing delayed discharge, QI

I work as Head of Improvement Analytics at NHS Improvement. I’ve pulled together (see below) a list of useful resources, [...]

Mid Yorkshire Hospital Trust: our approach implementing the SAFER patient flow bundle

09 March 2017Mike Williams - Matron. Ross Fletcher, Deputy Head of Nursing, -Mid Yorkshire Hospital Trust, Teresa Emery and Les Porter - Emergency Care Improvement ProgrammeCategories: Care of the elderly services, ECIST Network, Emergency care, Nursing, Preventing delayed discharge, The 5127 Award

At Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust we have started to implement the SAFER patient flow bundle on one of our care of [...]

How Essex County Council is changing the delivery of adult social care support

13 February 2017James Bullion, Director for Adult Operations, Essex County Council, Karen Wright, Care Act Implementation Lead, Essex County Council, Sam Newman, Director, Partners for ChangeCategories: admission avoidance, Care of the elderly services, ECIST Network, Emergency care, Social Care, The 4 Candles Award

During the past few weeks I’ve written several pieces about the radical changes needed to deliver adult social care support. [...]

The #last1000days from #red2green

05 December 2016Professor Brian Dolan is Director of Health Service Improvement, Canterbury District Health Board, New Zealand (@brianwdolan)Categories: Care of the elderly services, ECIST Network, Emergency care, Integrating health and social care, Social Care, The Rosa Parks Award

  Time is the most important currency in healthcare. It manifests in patients waiting, duplication, staff running around looking for [...]

Bridging the Gap – a truly integrated approach to Frequent Flyers within Unscheduled Care Services

01 November 2016Anna Sussex - [email protected]Categories: admission avoidance, Care of the elderly services, Delivering efficiency savings, ECIST Network, Emergency care, The 5127 Award

Summary A collaboration between health, third sector, local authority and other agencies has been set up to reduce demand on [...]

South Warwickshire Foundation Trust (SWFT) Frailty Flow Project

18 October 2016Dr Jyothi Nippani - Associate Medical Director - Emergency Care Division, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust Categories: admission avoidance, Care of the elderly services, ECIST Network, FabSocialCareStuff

South Warwickshire Foundation Trust took part in a Quality Improvement Flow Programme in the over 75s frailty pathway in partnership [...]

National ambulatory emergency care conference – 2nd November 2016

11 October 2016Categories: ECIST Network

The BAAEC's (British Association of Ambulatory Emergency Care) Conference on Ambulatory Emergency Care in the UK is scheduled to take place [...]

The 1944 “Simple Sabotage Field Manual” – Lessons for us today

10 October 2016Categories: ECIST Network, Emergency care

My colleague and mentor on all things about urgent and emergency care Dr Vincent Connolly recently introduced me to something [...]

ECIP / ECIST Rapid Improvement Guides

20 September 2016Categories: ECIST Network

We have developed a series of practical rapid improvement guides for health and social care staff to use to improve [...]

Directory of Ambulatory Emergency Care for Adults – Latest guidance

07 September 2016NHS Elect - @aec_network Categories: ECIST Network, Emergency care

Directory of Ambulatory Emergency Care for Adults Latest guidance for delivery of effective Ambulatory Emergency Care available now The AEC [...]

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