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TV&W ACC Long Stay Reporting

As a Network we are keen to gain a better understanding on long stay patients within ICUs within our Network. This process was used in the S.West where there were Complex Rehabilitation Case Managers within NHS England who could help facilitate any delays. It also gave commissioners an understanding on reasons behind and long stay patients they were commissioning.

We are keen to trial this process, and so we are requesting every Unit to complete this for every patient currently in their Unit with a length of stay > 28days (we will send a reminder to Lead Nurses at the start of each month – although do feel free to let us know if there is a better contact we should use).

Here is a link to the reporting form we are asking Units to complete

If you have any queries, then please feel free to email us: england.tv-w-criticalcarenetwork@nhs.net

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TV&W ACC 2019 Study Day!

Primarily aimed for Nurses/AHPs, the Network Study Day is a great opportunity to hear updates from across the region & nationally!

The Programme for the day can be seen below, and you can register for the day here

 

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TV&W ACC Newsletters

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Thames Valley & Wessex ACC Transfer Group

The Network has an active Transfer Group, led by Carolyn Barrett & Nikos Makris (Thames Valley) and Neil Johnson (Wessex). Recent priorities for the group include standardising the Network Transfer Form and a Network Competency Workbook, as well as an audit of the current provision of Transfer Training that is being delivered within the Network and Transfer Equipment.

View the Network Transfer Policy

View the Network Transfer Form – Thames Valley

View the Network Transfer Form – Wessex

View the Network Incident Form

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NHS England South – Adult Critical Care Improving Value (QIPP)

Combined quality improvement work with NHS South is ongoing and a NHS South strategy for capacity, currency and costing is being developed. This will necessitate active engagement with STP’s and CCG’s as well as provider trusts. A programme of engagement events will continue throughout 2018/19 and units will be supported to complete a demand, capacity and costing review by a programme of network visits.

More details to follow.

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