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Thanks to a lot of hard work, enthusiasm and effort, last year your support made FabChange-Day probably the most successful we’ve seen.
More pledges, more ideas and following the #Doathon-Day, more ideas into action, shared across the NHS. You have told us you want to make it even better by turning it into a week of change, focussing on the real changes that are in place, building on the #Doathon outcomes that can be replicated across the NHS.
With your help, we want to act on your comments and suggestions to take FabChange Day to a new level. Read more about what’s coming up here.
Latest News from the Academy of Fabulous Stuff
Latest fab stuff
Alison Roberts, Specialist Nurse Colposcopist at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, has developed the Cervix Visual Assessment Guide which is designed to assist primary care health professionals with the assessment and evaluation of the [...]
In a film originally shown on BBC One on the 23rd July, Tom Daley and #BrainTumourWarrior feature in an appeal on behalf of The Brain Tumour Charity, which supports people living with a brain tumour [...]
Introduction: Basic procedures such as phlebotomy and cannulation are commonly performed in children admitted to hospital by junior doctors. In our tertiary teaching hospital, children are admitted to one of seven wards after initially been [...]
Isn't twitter great? Until a couple of weeks ago I hadn't heard of the pink sock tribe. I saw the hashtag #pinksocks on twitter and made contact with @MuziekGelk who is none other than [...]
Stockport's Crisis Response, which is very much the flagship service of the Stockport Together Vanguard, recently celebrated its six month milestone. The Crisis Response service was the first service to ‘go live’ within the Stockport [...]
This series of case studies explains how selected providers are delivering effectively against good practice priorities. These stories accompany our Good practice guide: Focus on improving patient flow and explain how providers have sought to [...]
NHS staff from two Leicestershire Trusts will go from healing hands to fighting feet when they tackle each other in a fundraising soccer tournament on Saturday (22 July). Twelve ‘rival’ teams from Leicestershire Partnership NHS [...]
The Health Innovation Network (HIN), in partnership with NHS England and the ASK SNIFF Safety Netting Collaborative, have produced the “Spotting the Signs of Sepsis” film. The clinical content is based on the Public Health [...]
Introduction The good practice is not new. It was recommended in Bruce Keogh’s Safer, Faster, Better: Transforming urgent and emergency care services in England.1 It features guidance from the Royal Colleges, the National Institute [...]