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October 17th – 19th 2018

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May awards winners……… the results you have been waiting for

18 June 2018|0 Comments

Your votes have been counted .......... a record number of you participated this month and your winners are:   5127 Award Winner Bridging the gap A collaboration between health, third sector, local authority and other [...]

Change Week is Changing Gear!

15 June 2018|0 Comments

Originally inspired by a handful of enthusiasts, Change Day (as it started), became Change Week and at the same time grew an international foot-print. The initial idea was to ask colleagues, actually doing the job, [...]

Is outpatients the last outpost of the unreformed NHS? – asks Roy Lilley

14 June 2018|0 Comments

Is outpatients the last outpost of the unreformed NHS? Every year millions of people visit outpatients.  To be more accurate well over a million people a week!  In total 64 million at a cost [...]

March Award Winners

30 April 2018|0 Comments

  The March TNT Award Winner is :   https://fabnhsstuff.net/2018/03/11/eol-swan-scheme-ring-bags/     The March Rosa Parks Award Winner is : https://fabnhsstuff.net/2018/02/28/bluebell-room-within-emergency-department/     The March 4 candles Award Winner is : https://fabnhsstuff.net/2018/02/05/pjyjamas-making-difference-eolc/     The March [...]

Latest fab stuff

#SupperAndSix – Flow

21 June 2018|0 Comments

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Poetry in Motion; bringing Local Care to life in Kent and Medway

21 June 2018|0 Comments

The local care model is being developed as a key element of the Kent and Medway Sustainable and Transformation Plan (STP). Getting local care right for patients means health and social care professionals truly [...]

Dying Matters Week at SaTH

20 June 2018|0 Comments

Hello my name is Jules Lewis EOLC Facilitator & Lead Nurse. I just wanted to share what an amazing week we had for Dying Matters Week May 2018. Dying Matters every day and every week [...]

#SupperAndSix – Simpler Stronger Social Care

20 June 2018|0 Comments

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#SupperAndSix – District Direct

19 June 2018|0 Comments

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North Middlesex University Hospital Trust works with Healthwatch Enfield to bring together patients and the hospital Chief Executive

19 June 2018|0 Comments

A London hospital trust (the North Middlesex University Hospital Trust) are working with a local Healthwatch to bring patients and hospital senior staff into one room to discuss the future of the hospital. Healthwatch Enfield [...]

#SupperAndSix DTOC – A closer look

18 June 2018|0 Comments

You can read the full presentation here

Canadian Hospitals Seeing Great Results in Patient Flow, Hospital Wait Times and Discharge Management

17 June 2018|1 Comment

Located in Winnipeg Canada, Grace Hospital has recently reported drastic improvements in their Patient Flow, Hospital Wait Times and their Patient Discharge Management. The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority partnered with Canadian Company Oculys Health Informatics [...]

#SupperAndSix Safer Patient flow

17 June 2018|0 Comments

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Volunteers raise £500 to fund activities for people with dementia

16 June 2018|0 Comments

Volunteers from the Royal Voluntary Service (RVS) have donated £500 of gifts to help patients with dementia relieve boredom and isolation. The gifts include books, arts and crafts and have been donated to help to [...]

Award shortlisting for excellence in innovation

16 June 2018|0 Comments

A member of staff at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been shortlisted for an award for outstanding work. Tracey Ellis, Macmillan Consultant Radiographer at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, has been shortlisted for a Macmillan [...]

NHS Safeguarding is everyone’s business

14 June 2018|0 Comments

People ask me what they can do to ensure we all do our best for safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults.     First we must meet and listen to various citizens and groups [...]

UHMBT to host free talks about the history of local healthcare

14 June 2018|0 Comments

As part of the NHS 70 celebrations, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) is hosting a number of free talks for the public across the area focusing on what local healthcare was [...]

Improving the transfer of care from hospital to home

13 June 2018|0 Comments

Dr Marie Girdham [email protected] R and D Lead Manager (Humber) North Yorkshire and Humber R and D Service International Nursing Research Conference Poster_FINAL

MusicShelter – your new go to resource on the thereuptic use of music in care settings

13 June 2018|0 Comments

Interested in co-production and social prescribing? Use music within your care setting?       Well this new website is for you!   A collaboration between Ignar Rip, a library, a museum and  local museum. [...]

Joint Pain Advisor: A new model of care for people with chronic knee, hip or back pain

12 June 2018|0 Comments

The Health Innovation Network AHSN, NICE recognised Joint Pain Advisor intervention is a safe and cost effective alternative to GP consultations. Involving a series of face-to-face consultations, Advisors work collaboratively with people with hip [...]

The Well-Being Star

11 June 2018|0 Comments

The Well-being Star has been designed for people living with a long term health condition, to support and measure their progress in living as well as they can. It can work as a stand-alone tool, [...]

How do we tell the NHS story of integrated care and services?

11 June 2018|0 Comments

Over the past few months, NHSE have produced a set of resources to help us all to tell our story about why the NHS and councils are joining up health and care through STPs and [...]

Carers Week 2018 “THE BELL IS IN THE BIN!”

11 June 2018|0 Comments

All acute trusts in England have now signed up to John’s Campaign All acute trusts in England have voluntarily pledged to scrap visiting restrictions for the carers of people with dementia. At an event at [...]

Fairness at work – Roger Kline OBE

10 June 2018|0 Comments

Roger Kline was awarded an OBE in the Queens birthday honours list. Roger Kline is a Research Fellow at Middlesex University Business School and is the author of a number of papers and articles on [...]

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