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NICE: The National Institute for Health and Social Care provides guidance, advice, quality standards and information services for health, public health and social care. Their website also includes guidance for Care Homes and examples of initiatives being implemented across the sector; to find out more visit their website. Capital Nurse: CapitalNurse’s vision is to ‘get nursing […]

Pressure ulcers


The React to Red Skin team have kindly shared their educational resources about the dangers of pressure ulcers and the simple steps that can be taken to avoid them. For more information visit their website. Within these pages you will find also downloadable resources, management information, carer support information and contacts for other organisations that […]

Infection prevention


We are currently making improvements to our website and content, please bear with us while me make these changes. Further information and resources Infection Prevention and Control National Institute for Health and Care Excellence – Helping to Prevent Infection guide

Hydration and nutrition


We are currently making improvements to our website and content, please bear with us while me make these changes. Further information: Nutrition and Hydration Week Malnutrition Task Force College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare – I-Hydrate  

Recognising deterioration


Significant 7 and What’s best for Lily? are two new and highly effective educational training programmes that have been developed to support care home staff to recognise the signs of deterioration in residents and improve how people are cared for at the end of their lives. Staff will be given tools to help them feel […]



CarePulse is a tool being used across London to share bed vacancy information in care homes with other health and social care staff, like hospitals, local authorities and commissioners. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) provides the information so that every care home is on the system, however to activate an account you will need to […]

Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT)


Guidance and templates on the Data Security Protection Toolkit NHS Digital Data Security and Protection Toolkit: this is an online self-assessment tool that allows organisations to measure their performance against the National Data Guardian’s 10 data security standards

Summer readiness

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NHS 111 *lines Specialist services have been set up via NHS 111 to help health and social care teams to get rapid access to clinical support. A dedicated line has been set up for care homes to get urgent GP support for their residents at any time of the day or night. To find out […]

Winter readiness

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Winter readiness resources During this busy time, care home staff may find it helpful to have key winter care information close to hand. We’ve also prepared some social media collateral to help you share the #ActNow4Winter messaging with care homes. In this resource you will find: Enhanced health in care homes programme presentation Enhanced health […]

Child Death Review regional workshops – summary

Healthy London Partnership (HLP) has supported child death review professionals across London’s  to come together and discuss the challenges and considerations of the new statutory requirements. Summary document Between January and March 2019, a regional workshop took place in each of London’s five sustainability and transformation partnership (STP) areas to facilitate this important work. We […]

Case study: Supporting care homes to join NHSmail


Bringing together partners with transformation experts and Londoners is one of the key roles Healthy London Partnership (HLP) plays in tackling London’s most complex health challenges. Through partnerships with NHS Digital and NHS England, Healthy London Partnership has played a significant role in bringing a group of care homes onto NHSmail. What was the challenge? Care homes largely rely […]

Case study: City and Hackney neighbourhood model

Demand for health and social care is increasing as people live longer with complex conditions. A workforce modelling tool is a useful addition for those wishing to bring about new models in primary and integrated care, and service re-design around specific groups of patients. City and Hackney neighbourhood model Dr Stephanie Coughlin, clinical lead for […]

Children and young people’s health services in London: a case for change


This report outlines the case for change for regional work on improving life outcomes for all of London’s children and young people. This document is aimed at planners, commissioners and providers of healthcare services for children and young people. It is written to help commissioners and providers prepare and develop their local plans, to implement […]

Personalised Care mapping

Following the publication of the NHS Long Term Plan, the Universal Personal Care implementation model and other key documents, Healthy London Partnership has undertaken a rapid analysis of current and planned activity to understand where the gaps and opportunities are for improving personalised care in London. These documents offer a snapshot of current and planned […]