Posts in Category: 2014 NHS Wales Awards

Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (UHB) 

NHS Awards 2014 Finalist - Citizens at the Centre of Service Re-Design and Delivery Award
The Care Home Ask and Talk (CHAaT) volunteer service was developed in partnership with the NHS Retirement Fellowship. It is part of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board’s work to improve its focus on quality of life and safeguarding in homes... read more
 
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  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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Aneurin Bevan UHB and Velindre Cancer Centre 

NHS Awards 2014 - Developing a Flexible and Sustainable Workforce Award
The service was set up by Aneurin Bevan University Health Board and Velindre Cancer Centre following a request from the Welsh Cancer Network to ensure more specialist care was available for inpatients. Many patients were being admitted to hospital ... read more
 
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  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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Cwm Taf University Health Board 

NHS Awards 2014 - Improving Patient Safety Award
Overwhelming demands on the system, particularly in the accident and emergency department, was leading to delays in diagnosis and treatment, and patients staying in hospital for longer than necessary. It was also impacting on the ambulance service... read more
 
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  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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Powys Teaching Health Board 

NHS Awards 2014 - Improving Quality Through Better Use of Resources Award
There are around 3,000 patients with leg ulcers in Powys, each requiring treatment at home, which has been placing increasing pressure on the district nursing team. Each patient visit was taking around three hours and there were also significant... read more
 
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  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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Public Health Dieticians in Wales 

NHS Awards 2014 - Promoting Better Health and Avoiding Disease Award
‘Nutrition Skills for Life’ is an all Wales service that has been developed and is delivered by registered dieticians working in NHS Wales. It provides training and professional support to enable community workers from health, social care and third... read more
 
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  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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Aneurin Bevan UHB 

NHS Awards 2014 - Promoting Clinical Research and Application to Practice Award
Specialist seating is vital for children with disabilities in their home, leisure and school life, yet they are rarely asked for their views about what they would like and need. An occupational therapist set up a research project, supported by... read more
 
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  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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Helen Price, University of South Wales 

NHS Awards 2014 - Students Improving Patient Safety and Quality
It was led by a student nurse who had personal experience of a relative receiving poor continence care and wanted to improve staff awareness and expertise to ensure patients are properly assessed and treated. Evidence showed that failure to manage... read more
 
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  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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Cardiff and Vale UHB, Vale of Glamorgan Council, Welsh Ambulance Service, Cardiff Council, South Wales Police, Cardiff Street Pastors 

NHS Awards 2014 - Working Seamlessly Across Organisations Award
The Alcohol Treatment Centre provides additional capacity to help the accident and emergency department at the University Hospital of Wales deal with people who have drunk too much alcohol. It is open at peak times such as weekends and when big... read more
 
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  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (UHB) 

NHS Awards 2014 - Outstanding Innovation in Care
The Care Home Ask and Talk (CHAaT) volunteer service was developed in partnership with the NHS Retirement Fellowship. It is part of Aneurin Bevan University Health Board’s work to improve its focus on quality of life and safeguarding in homes where... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  02/07/2014   Categories: 2014 NHS Wales Awards Public Health Wales
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