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  • Inspire attract and recruit: An interactive toolkit to support your workforce supplyThis interactive toolkit developed by NHS Employers is for HR professionals, recruitment teams and managers in the NHS to help you inspire, attract and recruit your future workforce.
  • HEE StarThe HEE Star is a tool developed by Health Education England to bring structure and coherence to conversations about workforce challenges and to support workforce transformation.
  • Chain SMSDoes your practice use Chain SMS? Chain SMS is available from AccuRX ad can be used by practices to send text messages to patients for a range of purposes including recall, care plans, patient information and delivering test results.  Using Chain SMS benefits both practice ...
  • Primary care developmentThis briefing outlines training and masterclasses organised by the Royal College of General Practitioners for non clinical practice staff working in primary care. Whether you’re looking to train non-clinical practice staff, further develop your practice managers or seeking to improve or support practices, the RCGP is here as your independent, critical-friend to support and facilitate.
  • Atrial fibrillation toolkitThe Health Innovation Network have produced an AF toolkit as part of the Pan-London AF Programme. The three London AHSNs have worked collaboratively with the London Clinical Network to develop a pan-London AF programme, the objectives of which are: To increase the detection of people with ...
  • Quality Improvement toolkits – GP OneThe former Public Health Wales Primary Care Quality Team are now incorporated within the Primary and Community Care Development and Innovation Hub, and have developed a series of quality improvement toolkits to assist practices in collating and reviewing information. From information received, practices still find ...
  • Quality and service improvement toolsThis resource is a comprehensive collection of proven quality and service improvement tools, theories and techniques that can be applied to a wide variety of situations.
  • Quality Improvement HubThe Quality Improvement Hub website provides a range of resources to support organisations to improve the quality of healthcare in Scotland. The tools provided here can support you in your improvement work.
  • QI Ready self-accreditationQI Ready is a self approval tool to assist you in better understanding quality improvement methodologies. It offers clear examples of QI in practice and will help you to improve your knowledge and skills in this field.
  • Quality Improvement Toolkit for Diabetes CareThis toolkit published by the RCGP aims to support quality improvements in diabetes care. The material is mainly specific for diabetes care but also includes generic QI mini guides.
  • Early Diagnosis of Cancer Significant Event Analysis ToolkitThis toolkit aims to support GPs, practice staff and commissioners in conducting high quality cancer Significant Event Analysis (SEA) with the aim of improving patient outcomes in the early diagnosis of cancer.
  • Healthcare Leadership ModelThe Healthcare Leadership Model developed by the NHS Leadership Academy describes the things you can see leaders doing at work and demonstrates how you can develop as a leader, even if you’re not in a formal leadership role.
  • Doing OD in the NHSThis toolkit developed by NHS Employers contains a collection of resources, tools and thinking to support effective culture change within the NHS and will be of interest to anyone interested in improving organisational culture.
  • Improving the quality of cancer care in primary careThis toolkit developed by Macmillan Cancer Support aims to support the primary care professionals to develop initiatives and programmes which have a positive impact on the care of people daiagnosed with cancer, their families and carers.
  • Enhanced Significant Event AnalysisEnhanced Significant Event Analysis is an NHS Education for Scotland innovation which aims to guide health care teams to apply human factors thinking when performing a significant event analysis, particularly where the event has had an emotional impact on staff involved.
  • Experience-based co-design toolkitThis toolkit published by the King's Fund gives a step-by-step guide to improving patient experience of health care using a technique called experience-based co-design.
  • The Facilitator’s Toolkit: Tools, techniques and tips for effective facilitationThis toolkit published by the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement provides tools, tips and ideas for facilitating small and large groups.
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