Posts in Category: NHS Wales Awards

Patient Centred Rheumatology Service  

In arthritis patients, the longer inflammation continues, the greater the degree of functional impairment. The Directorate was unable to meet NICE Quality standards, in particular starting treatment within 6-8 weeks. Routine patients were waiting... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/04/2018   Categories: NHS Wales Awards Outpatients - - Improvement Compendium Outpatients - Primary Care / Shared Care
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2017 Finalist - Hospital design versus research and quality initiatives to meet the needs of frail older people, particularly those with dementia 

NHS Wales Awards 2017
Hospitalisation is hazardous for older people, and particularly for those with dementia. In view of the rising number of people with dementia being admitted to hospital, dementia-friendly environments have been proposed. However, there has been very ... read more
 
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  30/10/2017   Categories: NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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2017 Finalist - Torfaen Community Service Integrated Management Approach to Reducing Falls in Older People and Improving Bone Health 

NHS Wales Awards 2017
Falls are a major cause of disability and the leading cause of mortality resulting in injury in people aged over 75. In order to tackle this issue, multifactorial prevention is ‘evidence based’ to be the most effective strategy to reduce the risk of ... read more
 
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  30/10/2017   Categories: NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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2016 finalist - Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board (ABM UHB) for work developing ‘Soothing Patient Anxiety’ (SPA) - a unique approach to co-production in meeting the needs of complex patients requiring surgical interventions 

Gwobrau GIG Cymru 2016
Hospitals and clinics often face the challenge of how to provide the conducive environment and appropriate conditions essential to facilitate treatment and care for those Un1que patients (e.g. those with learning disability, dementia, etc.) whose... read more
 
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  30/10/2016   Categories: NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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