This ‘care bundle’ will help healthcare organisations to be consistently alert to, and to respond to, the needs of people with learning disabilities, and their families and carers, when they access general hospital services.
This page outlines the national Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Programme for England. It outlines commissioning pathways and other clinical networks and the establishment of local and national data collection.
The programme also aims to develop sustainable clinical tools, information and levers and prioritise patient empowerment. These will be made available from this website.
This step-by-step guide for healthcare professionals supports them to lead improvements to implement venous thromboembolism prevention. It includes background reading, talking points for stakeholders, suggested metrics and a framework for improvement and interventions. Supported by a webinar and powerpoint slideset it is a wide-ranging resource for healthcare professionals globally working in this area.
This report summarises research into VTE prevention activities across over 80 hospitals and other stakeholders in Australia. It collates the evidence gathered into recommendations for health professionals, organisations, commissioners and policy makers to consider when designing VTE prevention programmes.
A comprehensive and practical guide for hospitals and other organisations to undertake quality improvement work to prevent venous thrombo-embolism written by experts in the UK.
It contains driver diagrams, suggested outcome measures, case studies and suggested PDSA cycles.