Last edited by Moogurr
Sunday, May 3, 2020 | History

2 edition of Case study of one NHS Walk-in centre pilot site found in the catalog.

Case study of one NHS Walk-in centre pilot site

Pauline Rogers

Case study of one NHS Walk-in centre pilot site

by Pauline Rogers

  • 90 Want to read
  • 21 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Surrey, 2001.

StatementPauline Rogers.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. School of Management Studies for the Service Sector. Health Care Management.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18541980M

The following example demonstrates how one National Health Service (NHS) Trust was able to improve its patient safety services and make cost savings by using research to inform strategy and practice. Publisher's note. The author is grateful to Catherine Ebenezer for her help with this article. Evidence-based practice in action: a case study. For urgent medical help – use the NHS online service, or call if you're unable to get help online. For life-threatening emergencies – call for an ambulance. .

  Results for pilot study sample size 1 - 10 of sorted by relevance / date. Click export CSV or RIS to download the entire page or use the checkboxes to select a subset of records to download. Case Studies If you have a case study you would like to include on this page please contact the NHS Health Check team. Brigton and Hove - Weighted financial renumeration (Feb ) Cornwall - Weighted financial renumeration (Feb ) Hull - Weighted financial renumeration (Feb ) Nottingham - Weighted financial renumeration (Feb ).

  Objectives To explore the success of the introduction of the National Health Service (NHS) urgent care service and describe service activity in the period – Design Comparative mixed method case study of five NHS service providers and analysis of national level routine data on activity and service use. Settings and data Our primary research involved five NHS Cited by:   Results for A pilot study of value of information 1 - 10 of sorted by relevance / date Click export CSV or RIS to download the entire page or use the checkboxes to .


Share this book
You might also like
story of the years

story of the years

Chemical and mineralogical characteristics of milled coal, ashes, and stack-emitted material from Unit no. 5, Battle River coal-fired power station, Alberta, Canada

Chemical and mineralogical characteristics of milled coal, ashes, and stack-emitted material from Unit no. 5, Battle River coal-fired power station, Alberta, Canada

Leading smart transformation

Leading smart transformation

Comprehensive transportation plan study report for Transylvania County

Comprehensive transportation plan study report for Transylvania County

Uncle Sam Ward and his circle

Uncle Sam Ward and his circle

Advertising and the community

Advertising and the community

Ozone chemistry and technology

Ozone chemistry and technology

Dont tell us it cant be done!

Dont tell us it cant be done!

Capital formation in Indian agriculture.

Capital formation in Indian agriculture.

English and American backgrounds of a Philpott family line of Virginia and Maryland U.S.A.

English and American backgrounds of a Philpott family line of Virginia and Maryland U.S.A.

Passenger to Frankfurt

Passenger to Frankfurt

Notes on European history

Notes on European history

Mr. Frewen of England

Mr. Frewen of England

Children that shock Rosemarys baby (1968) ans the Exorcist (1973).

Children that shock Rosemarys baby (1968) ans the Exorcist (1973).

Sexibody, diet & exercise program

Sexibody, diet & exercise program

Case study of one NHS Walk-in centre pilot site by Pauline Rogers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Walk-in centres would work better for patients if payment 63 mechanisms are reformed 8. Factors for commissioners to consider when deciding whether to continue to procure walk-in centre services 67 Assessing patients’ needs 68 Choosing a service model and provider 70 File Size: 1MB.

NHS was established in four pilot sites - one ambulance service-provided site and three NHS Direct-provided sites. This was a considerable achievement by commissioners and service providers, particularly given that it occurred in the context of major reconfigurations of healthcare commissioning and demands for resource reduction in the NHS.

Case study 1: NHS North of Tyne 5 Background 7 Context: key points about setting 7 North Tyneside and one in West Northumberland had already piloted care planning and a care planning style becoming a pilot site in the Year of Care study.

Support from senior management at NHS. Integrated urgent care services includes NHSGP out of hours services, clinical assessment services (CAS), walk-in centres, minor injuries units and urgent care centres.

As part of the EPS, patients can choose to have their prescriptions dispensed at any suitable community pharmacy. PDF | On Jan 1,D. Dawes and others published A pilot study to assess the case for e-learning in the NHS | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

The NHS struggles to support this high rate of burnout and there are few internal programmes for helping to come to grips with the inner skills needed to handle such a ferocious working life and schedule.

The Advantage was delivered as a pilot to a group of wonderful and engaged junior doctors – all anaesthetists. Case studies. The case studies here demonstrate some positive examples of the NHS delivering improved high quality care in a number of different settings across the country. They provide some context and background to the challenges being faced by the NHS and the solutions developed to ensure better, cost effective outcomes for patients and the public.

This scheme will also integrate the current NHS service, GP out-of-hours and walk-in centres, providing medical support to out-of-hours community services, ambulance services and care homes. Patients will be able to access the service via triage through NHS who have capability to offer directly bookable appointments.

centres and health visitors th visiting heal breastfeeding programme look who’s talking now. tal healthy child antena collaborative o pilot antenatal offer t and test the developed.

tool - staffordshire predicting, detecting and treating perimental mental issues for women. in the perinatal period - staffordshire 19 File Size: 3MB.

Case Study: Workforce Consultancy “I was on the initial interview panel and it’s been fantastic to be part of the programme. As a manager, it’s useful to get the continuity of one person working regular shifts. The continuity far outweighs the cost in terms of efforts and time. I’m really proud of what we have.

Objectives To compare the quality of clinical care in walk-in centres with that provided in general practice and by NHS Observational study involving assessment of clinicians by.

‘Why our NHS trust turned to pharmacies to screen patients for AF’ The story of how a partnership between community pharmacists and a hospital trust in Lond. In April the Department of Health authorised funding for a pilot scheme of 40 NHS walk-in centres in 30 towns and cities across England,1 the first of which opened in January The overall aim of walk-in centres is to improve access to high quality health care in a manner that is both efficient and supportive of other local NHS by: eConsult Case Studies We have more experience than any other online consultation provider.

Read the eConsult case studies to see how our experience across thousands of practices can help you transform the way you deliver care to your patients.

Case Study – NHS Go – A Health app Designed by Young People for Young People Case Study – Velindre Cancer Centre, Communicating Effectively – Caring for my Family with Cancer Case Study – Nottingham University Hospitals – Think Drink Project.

Review of research on walk-in centres Page 4 2 Policy background The NHS Walk-in Centres initiative was announced by the Prime Minister in a speech on 13 Aprilin the following terms: “Our proposed new centres will offer people the opportunity to see a doctor or Cited by: 4.

Patients with musculoskeletal (MSK) problems have seen care improve and waiting times cut as part of a pilot saving the NHS tens of thousands of pounds.

Newcastle West Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) worked with Connect Physical Health and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to reform its MSK pathway to improve care for patients, using guidance from the musculoskeletal.

NHS Professionals and its partner Trusts to ensure the continued availability of good quality candidates to address demand and support recruitment into substantive posts. This results in a mutually beneficial outcome for the Trust and the candidates. Case Study: International Nurse Recruitment “It’s very easy from our side, we just turn up.

pilot site areas. Participants Participants were users of the emergency and urgent care systems in the seven pilot and control sites recorded in routine service activity data as having accessed and used a range of emergency or urgent care services during the study periods.

Data collection Use of NHS A minimum data set (MDS) was created by Cited by: Case studies: Focus on improving patient flow PDF, KB These stories accompany our Good practice guide: Focus on improving patient flow and explain how providers have sought to localise and practically implement the principles of good patient flow.

Total pilot studies 11 (4) 17 (11) 7 (1) 3 33 (25) 10 (4) 9 (2) 90 (47) Total number of research papers ** * Numbers in parentheses refer to the number of studies that mentioned the need for further study as a result of the findings of the pilot study.

**File Size: 1MB. Maheswaran and colleagues conducted an ecological study to determine whether proximity to a walk-in centre was associated with general practices meeting the NHS access target to offer an appointment within 48 by: 8. Design 18 month pilot programme to enable day case patients to book date of hospital admission at time of decision to operate.

Background and setting 24 pilot sites in England with relatively short waiting times and some experience of booking by: