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Coordinated consistent and clear urgent and emergency care – updated Nov 2017

11th December 2017

Professor Sir Bruce Keogh’s national Urgent and  Emergency Care Review called for the transformation of services to address the unsustainable pressures on the urgent and emergency care system and offered recommendations to deliver transformation. In London, we have made significant strides in improving urgent and emergency services. We now need to build on these efforts and draw from the Keogh review […]

Stay well London – London Extended GP Access Service: Frequently asked questions

8th December 2017

Frequently asked questions and answers about London’s urgent, emergency and primary care services. During winter 2017/18, we are running a campaign aimed at NHS staff, giving them simple messages that they can share with friends and family on Facebook and Twitter. These frequently asked questions are for our staff to use to help them feel confident […]

Managing demand through channel shift

28th September 2017

 A summary of the recommended interventions identified in NHS England’s Consolidated Channel Shift Model.  In February 2017, NHS England published a suite of urgent and emergency care interventions called the Consolidated Channel Shift Model. This is a model designed for system leaders to respond to increasing demand in health and care. It will be of […]

Mental health crisis care s136 pathway launch

14th December 2016

Posters from the 12 December 2016 launch event for the new London section 136 pathway and Health Based Place of Safety Specification. These cover the work’s background, how the crisis care system is responding and future plans for improvement. On 12 December 2016, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, joined London’s NHS, ambulance, police, mental health […]

London section 136 pathway: key principles

14th December 2016

On Monday, 12 December, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, joined London’s NHS, ambulance, police, mental health and social services at City Hall to launch a new set of standards to improve the care of vulnerable Londoners facing a mental health crisis. Our mental health crisis care programme is working with stakeholders and key partners across […]

Section 136 pathway service user scenarios

14th December 2016

This presentation offers up three distinct section 136 pathway scenarios for service users.   On Monday, 12 December, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, joined London’s NHS, ambulance, police, mental health and social services at City Hall to launch a new set of standards to improve the care of vulnerable Londoners facing a mental health crisis. It […]

Crisis care sustainability and transformation presentations

14th December 2016

Five posters from the urgent and emergency care network about its sustainability and transformation plans for crisis care. On Monday, 12 December, the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, joined London’s NHS, ambulance, police, mental health and social services at City Hall to launch a new set of standards to improve the care of vulnerable Londoners facing […]

A&E avoidance schemes across London

30th November 2016

A review of 10 good practice examples of London’s A&E avoidance schemes. It highlights where A&E avoidance schemes have been developed and their related impact. We found that many initiatives are now in place to avoidance admission and expedite hospital discharge. All are having various positive impacts ranging from quantifiable admission reductions, saving bed days, and reducing costs. […]

Rapid response teams and see and treat models

15th November 2016

This rapid review looks at whether rapid response teams and see and treat models can reduce demand for A&E. Desktop research was undertaken to identify similar models within the UK and internationally to help understand if rapid response teams and see and treat models could be effective. The following research includes 12 individual case studies […]