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Integrated paediatric services

6th November 2016

Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust integrated paediatric services – Community Children’s Nursing & Therapies Service Started: Integrated with Community children’s therapies in 2014  Region: Sandwell, West Midlands Geography: Urban Estimated local pop. 0-18 years: 76,867 Background Integrated CCN services across acute wards and in the community. This service was set up for those […]

Gloucester Big 6

6th November 2016

Background / Motivation There had been an increase in paediatric emergency admissions to the local Foundation Trust (FT) of 15% over the previous 3 years. Benchmarking data suggested that the rate of admissions for respiratory infections, bronchiolitis and gastroenteritis for under 2s were higher than other comparable demographic areas and Gloucester consistently has the highest […]

Evelina Children’s Hospital

6th November 2016

Children and young people’s health partnership (CYPHP), Evelina Children’s Hospital Started: Programme in Autumn 2016, Model live in January 2017 Region: Lambeth and Southwark Geography: Urban Estimated local pop. 0-18 years: 120,000 Background To develop and test a new model of comprehensively integrated care, as part of a strengthened child-centred health system. Aims To improve […]

Connecting for care for children

6th November 2016

Connecting for care for children (CC4C) Started: 2012 Region: North West London – urban; including populations of significant social deprivation Geography: Urban Estimated local pop. 0-18 years: 400,000 (eight CCGs).   Aims To develop a collaborative integrated child health system, placing general practice at its heart and reinforcing the role of the GP Target patient groups CC4C is a ‘Whole Population’ model of care, […]

Child healthcare closer to home

6th November 2016

Child Healthcare Closer to Home (C3), Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust Started: May 2014 Region: Calderdale and Greater Huddersfield and who are registered at one of the listed pilot practices.  Background / Motivation The journey of the child through acute care can be fragmented, with the focus being around a specific professional and building rather than the family. Partners […]

Children’s acute nursing initiative

6th November 2016

Children’s Acute Nursing Initiative (CANI), CCN Service, Children’s Directorate of Newcastle Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Started: 2008 Region: Newcastle Upon Tyne Geography: Urban Estimated local pop. 0-18 years: 64,100   Background / Motivation Prevent breaches in ED by freeing up beds in children’s services Free up beds in winter pressures and therapeutic community care for children with acute episodes of illness. Initial pilot with […]

CRAFT (rapid assessment)

6th November 2016

Children’s rapid assessment and follow up team (CRAFT), Leicester Children’s Rapid Assessment and Follow up Team   Background / Motivation Avoid children and young people being admitted to hospital wherever possible and safe to do so. The service model Provided: Clinical assessment and observations in their own home Clinical reviews Education and support for the children and young […]

COAST

6th November 2016

Children’s Outreach Assessment and Support Team (COAST), Solent NHS Trust Started: 2008 Region: South East Geography: Portsmouth and Southampton Background Facilitate early discharge from hospital Reduce unnecessary attendances and admissions to hospital Aims Providing a safe service which can assess and monitor a child during an acute episode of illness in their own homes, whilst also […]

Bromley by Bow: DIY Health

6th November 2016

A co-produced health education delivery model to empower parents in managing children’s health Region: Bromley Geography: Urban Background motivation It was noted that parents of children under the age of 5 were frequently re-attending St Andrew’s Health Centre (one of three surgeries run by BBBHP) for support with managing self-limiting childhood problems. These group learning […]

Overview

6th November 2016

Find out how other organisations have developed place-based models of care for treating acutely unwell children and young people in the most appropriate location for their needs. These are case studies of services developed for acutely unwell children and young people that are provided at places that are not hospitals. The report is for commissioners and […]