AWCIC Case Studies

7 Day Acute Stroke Unit Therapy Project 

Category 3: Collaboration
7 DAY ACUTE STROKE UNIT THERAPY PROJECT “Patients don’t choose which day of the week they have a stroke and come into hospital so we need to tailor our services to them and not us” (Quote from MDT member during focus group, 2nd November... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  06/03/2017
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Co-Responding 

Category 3: Collaboration
Co-Responding, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MWWFRS) have for some time recognised the need and value of equipping our front line appliances with defibrillators (AED's) As a life - saving organisation, fire-fighters can be called ... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  03/02/2017   Categories: Award 3 – Collaboration
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A Smarter Anglesey  

Category 2: Public Value
Anglesey County Councils Smarter Working Project has paved the way to offer more accessibility, flexibility and empowerment to its staff and customers. The project was the driving force for enabling Anglesey Council to become modern, sustainable... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/01/2017   Categories: Award 2 – Public Value
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Duffryn Community Link 

Category 4: Innovation
Below a nomination for Jane Lewis/Duffryn Community Link. Regards. V Goodban. Jane Lewis and Newport Communities First (CF) have been pioneering a new approach to tackling poverty in their communities and looking to take a leadership role across... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/01/2017   Categories: Award 4 – Innovation
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Nomination for Jane Lewis/Duffryn Community Link 

Category 3: Collaboration
A nomination for Jane Lewis/Duffryn Community Link Jane Lewis and Newport Communities First (CF) have been pioneering a new approach to tackling poverty in their communities and looking to take a leadership role across the sector by promoting... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/01/2017   Categories: Award 3 – Collaboration
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Police National Computer - Dyfed Powys Police 

Category 2: Public Value
In early November 2016, the Police National Computer (PNC) team within Dyfed Powys Police embarked on a change management programme to address concerning backlogs in relation to PNC workloads.. The backlog of work at this time meant that officers ... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/01/2017   Categories: Award 2 – Public Value
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Duffryn Community Link 

Category 2: Public Value
Nomination for Jane Lewis/Duffryn Community Link Jane Lewis and Newport Communities First (CF) have been pioneering a new approach to tackling poverty in their communities and looking to take a leadership role across the sector by promoting their ... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/01/2017   Categories: Award 2 – Public Value
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Jane Lewis - Duffryn Community Link 

Category 1: Leadership
Nomination for Jane Lewis/Duffryn Community Link: Jane Lewis and Newport Communities First (CF) have been pioneering a new approach to tackling poverty in their communities and looking to take a leadership role across the sector by promoting... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/01/2017   Categories: Award 1 – Leadership
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7 DAY ACUTE STROKE UNIT THERAPY PROJECT 

Category 3: Collaboration
7 DAY ACUTE STROKE UNIT THERAPY PROJECT “Patients don’t choose which day of the week they have a stroke and come into hospital so we need to tailor our services to them and not us” (Quote from MDT member during focus group, 2nd November... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/01/2017
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Continuous Service Improvement 

Category1: Leadership
The Cardiff and Vale University Health Board Continuous Service Improvement team is a dedicated team within the health board whose purpose is to support people to improve the services that they deliver. The team is made up of people passionate about ... read more
 
 Posted by Good Practice Wales
  30/01/2017   Categories: Award 1 – Leadership
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