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London Perinatal Mental Health Network, shortlisted for the 2019 HSJ Awards

20th August 2019

Healthy London Partnership is delighted to announce that London Perinatal Mental Health Network has been shortlisted for the Acute or Specialist Service Redesign Initiative at this year’s HSJ Awards, recognising their outstanding contribution to healthcare. The judging panel, made up of a diverse range of highly influential and respected figures within the healthcare community, have […]

Workforce diversity in health and social care: a London masterclass

20th August 2019

On October 4th, Healthy London Partnership on behalf of the London Workforce Board will be hosting a masterclass on Workforce Diversity and Inclusion. With the introduction of the NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES), the release of the Interim Peoples Plan as well as a recent roundtable discussion, convened by Skills for Care, momentum of […]

Improving hospital discharge pathways in East London

16th August 2019

In Barking and Dagenham, Havering, and Redbridge (BHR) we helped to introduce a simplified discharge model to support patients to return home when they no longer need to remain in hospital. You can read more in the case study below: Case-study-Improving-hospital-discharge-pathways-in-East-London  

Support and development of the long term plan for children and young people

13th August 2019

Children and young people’s team work with STPs commissioning leaders to develop approach to urgent and emergency care to support development of their Long Term Plan work. The children and young people’s team secured funding from Health Education England to run a system wide urgent and emergency care physical and mental health leadership development programme […]

Responding to the NHS Long Term Plan on Personalised Care Workshop – Blog

9th August 2019

  Dr Jagan John, Proactive Care Clinical Lead, Healthy London Partnership reflects on the Personalised Care Workshop that he participated in this week. On Wednesday 7th August, we welcomed almost 80 attendees involved in personalised care from across London to the ‘London Living Room’ at City Hall to discuss plans for how we will respond […]

Online training package for health professionals release new training module

5th August 2019

London’s online training package for health professionals caring for children and young people celebrates first birthday with release of new training module London’s dynamic e-learning portal for acute paediatric health professionals celebrated its first anniversary on 3 August. Developed by Healthy London Partnership, in collaboration with Health Education England, the Paediatric Critical Care in Practice […]

Big system meets small system – a Wakefield workforce masterclass

1st August 2019

Schellion Horn, Director of Operations and Transformation at Healthy London Partnership, reflects on the learning from the latest workforce masterclass on ‘big system meets small system’, looking into best practice around the implementation of Primary Care Networks. “The momentum surrounding the improvement and development of the health and care workforce is going from strength to […]

Primary Care Networks in South West London

31st July 2019

Following their launch earlier this month, you can learn more about the journey of Primary Care Networks in South West London.  This video features clinical lead and GP Federation representatives from South West London, talking about the work going on in their area, and how it will benefit patients, general practices and wider community based […]

Reducing length of stay at Barnet Hospital: Case Study

29th July 2019

Barnet Hospital faced a consistent challenge of promoting patient flow from ED through to the base wards. The Urgent and Emergency Care improvement teams from Emergency Care Intensive Support Team (ECIST) and Healthy London Partnership were requested to run a diagnostics and recommend opportunities that would improve flow. Find out how they got on by […]

Saving lives with emergency asthma bags: Case Study

26th July 2019

This case study details how the team at St George’s hospital in Tooting have put together an emergency kit that could save the lives of children and young people who suffer a severe asthma attack at school. The emergency asthma bags have been sent to all primary and secondary schools in Wandsworth and Merton. Read […]