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Recognising deterioration

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This page contains useful information and resources to support recognising signs of deterioration in care homes. Spotting signs of 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 […]

Funding opportunities

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There are various funding opportunities available to support you and your local systems to become better connected and communicate more effectively using digital resources and platforms. Here are just a few ideas to get you started with possible prospects for funding: Explore the Wessex AHSN Funding Map for further ideas and opportunities Grants for the […]

CarePulse

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CarePulse is the bed capacity management system being used by all care homes across London. Having access to up to date bed vacancy information is an invaluable source of intelligence for health and social care services; helping to ensure people who are in need of care home support are placed in a suitable and comfortable […]

Digital Social Care

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Digital Social Care is becoming an essential part of joint working between health and social care. The Registered Nursing Home Association is working in partnership with NHS Digital to support the digital journey of social care providers. The Digital Social Care website can be accessed via: www.digitalsocialcare.co.uk.  If you wish to provide feedback about the […]

NHSmail

Healthy London Partnership has been working closely with the NHSmail team and NHS Digital to roll out NHSmail to a group of care homes across London. Read more about how we have been supporting care homes to join NHSmail. Alongside this, we have been supporting care home staff to access NHSmail once they have completed […]

Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT)

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We have been supporting care homes to complete the first steps required to achieve entry level of the Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT). By completing the toolkit care homes are able to demonstrate they are aware of; data protection policies, their responsibilities for recording accurate data – whilst keeping it safe and secure, and […]

Summer readiness

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#TempAware This page contains useful information and resources to support care homes during warmer periods of the year, especially the summer months. To help you feel prepared for a heat wave, read through the following ‘Beat the Heat, keeping residents safe and well’ checklist developed by Public Health England. Advice for care home managers and […]

Winter readiness

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Winter readiness resources This page contains useful information and resources to support care homes during colder periods of the year, especially the winter months. #ActNow4Winter 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 […]

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

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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

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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 […]

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Good Thinking – Community Manager Mental Health & Wellbeing Roundtable

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Presentations given at the March 2019 roundtable hosted by Good Thinking to explore the roles that online community managers play in supporting Londoners’ mental health and wellbeing. This event forms the foundations for Good Thinking to build tools and resources for community managers that will optimise their roles while improving their own mental health.  Learn […]

Next Steps to the Strategic Commissioning Framework – Quality Improvement

Using quality improvement within general practice In this video and case study, Dr Nazmul Hussain, a GP from Wordsworth Health Centre, shares his own experience of quality improvement and the role it has within general practice. By using quality improvement methods, healthcare is becoming safer and more efficient, effective and patient centered. Key to this […]

Social prescribing for CYP

This page has information on how to develop social prescribing for children, young people, parents and carers.   Explore our guide for factors to consider when developing social prescribing for children, young people, parents and carers. It aims to help address best practice for approaching change, the importance of engagement with the local population and […]

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Good thinking: promo tools for your organisation

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Templates and images designed to support partners to promote Good Thinking within their organisations. Please feel free to use the materials on this page to raise awareness of Good Thinking. If you need additional resolutions or other types of material, please get in touch. Logo Add the logo to your intranet or website and link it […]

Primary care workforce modelling tool – planning for the future

Workforce brings a multifaceted set of challenges to primary care. At the core is the question: Does the supply meet the demand? Supporting workforce modelling One way of understanding these current and future implications is through a user friendly and scalable Beta2 version workforce modelling tool. This is a tool for those wishing to bring […]

Strengthening general practice collaboration across London

Watch our animation and find out how working at scale supports primary care networks, benefits practices and their patients and strengthens general practice collaboration across London Next Steps maturity matrix and resource guide This maturity matrix and resource guide accompanies the Next Steps: A Vision for Strengthening General Practice Collaboration in London. Next Steps defines […]

North West London children and young people asthma network event

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Healthy London Partnership, together with the Whole Systems Integrated Care team, co-hosted an event  on 27 February 2019 bringing together people working to improve children and young people’s (CYP) asthma care in North West London. The aim was to learn from eachother and share insights from those working across the system in North West London, […]