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Sharing Good Practice via the use of ‘WOW Boards’

12 January 2017Categories: #rdashisfab, Celebrating fabness, Fabulous Stuff, Mental Health Services, Staff/role initiatives, The 4 Candles Award, Valuing your staff

Sharing good practice in older adult mental health services at Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber (RDaSH) NHS Foundation Trust #rdashisfab [...]

Virtual Reality Prosthetics Training

22 December 2016Categories: Celebrating fabness, Delivering efficiency savings, digital inclusion, Digital technology, Generating new knowledge to improve care and treatment, Integrating health and social care, Patient Empowerment, Service pathway improvements, The 5127 Award

Most innovative use of existing digital technology applied to health/social care This category recognises the ingenuity of people who have [...]

Using social media to promote the engagement of children and young people in allergy clinic

21 December 2016Categories: Celebrating fabness, CYP Nursing, digital inclusion, FabCYPStuff, Fabulous Stuff, Generating new knowledge to improve care and treatment, Listening to service users, Patient Empowerment, Service pathway improvements, The 4 Candles Award, The TNT Award, Transitioning from child to adult services, Valueing Service FeedbackTags: , ,

We aimed to improve the collection of patient feedback in our district general hospital allergy clinic to promote engagement of [...]

Outpatient IV therapy improves patient experience and saves bed days

20 December 2016Categories: 7 day services, admission avoidance, Celebrating fabness, ECIST Network, Fabulous Stuff, Multidisciplinary Team Working, Nursing, Preventing delayed discharge, Primary care, Service pathway improvements, The 4 Candles Award, The HMS Victory Award, Together we can, Valueing Service Feedback

In 2012 we introduced a new service to treat patients who needed intravenous antibiotic therapy. Until then patients requiring intravenous [...]

Improving outcomes through the six high impact areas: Helping children get ready for school

19 December 2016Categories: Celebrating fabness, CYP Nursing, Integrating health and social care, School Nursing, The 4 Candles Award, The HMS Victory AwardTags: , ,

The six high impact areas articulate the contribution of health visitors to the 0-5 agenda and describe areas where health [...]

We’re AWProud of ourselves: the power of peer-to-peer recognition

30 November 2016Categories: Celebrating fabness, Fabulous Stuff, Together we can, Valuing your staff

We all know that positive feedback makes us feel good and spurs us on to do good work for our [...]

RUH Innovation Panel

16 August 2016Categories: Celebrating fabness, Fabulous Stuff, Innovation, Learning from carers, mental capacity, Staff/role initiatives, The 4 Candles Award, Valuing your staff, Visible leadership

The Royal United Hospitals Bath’s Innovation Panel, now in its third year, has been taking a pro-active approach to innovation [...]

#TheBlonde discovers the answer is not over the rainbow

07 August 2016Categories: BLONDE, Celebrating fabness, Compassionate Care, The 5127 Award, The Penguin Teamship Award, Valuing your staff, Visible leadership

Where do we find our inspiration? The things that keep us going on the day when nothing is going right? [...]

Submit a GREATix, (not just) a DATIX – A Learning From Excellence Initiative

11 July 2016#Categories: 100 Days of Change, Celebrating fabness, Fabulous Stuff, Organization development, The 4 Candles Award, The Rosa Parks Award, The TNT Award, Valuing your staff, Visible leadership

In healthcare we often focus on errors in an effort to learn from our mistakes and avoid further harm. Unfortunately [...]

Improving Patient Engagement and Information – The Dr Gulliford Business card model.

05 July 2016Dr Stephen R Gulliford BSc MB ChB FRCP(London) PgDip(Toxicology), Consultant in Acute medicine and Clinical Director (Unscheduled Care)Categories: 7 day services, Care of the elderly services, Carer support, Celebrating fabness, Compassionate Care, Complaints and saying sorry, DNA of Care, ECIST Network, Emergency care, Preventing delayed discharge

The Francis report [1] recommended that patients have a named clinician who maintains responsibility for their inpatient care. Trusts have [...]

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