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Have your say on NHS Improvement’s acute adult inpatient services and learning disability services

Posted: 29.12.2016

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The draft improvement resources for learning disability services and acute adult inpatient services is now available for comment. We are seeking your feedback through an impact questionnaire available on our website for both acute adult inpatient services and learning disability services.

These resources align with the National Quality Board’s (NQB) improvement resource, Supporting NHS providers to deliver the right staff, with the right skills, in the right place at the right time - safe, sustainable and productive staffing, published in July 2016.    To help providers of NHS services implement NQB’s expectations, we are leading the national programme to develop setting-specific safe, sustainable and productive staffing improvement resources for: 

  • acute adult inpatient services
  • learning disability services
  • mental health services
  • maternity services
  • children’s services
  • urgent and emergency care
  • community nursing. 

These are at different stages of development, but each will be available on our website for review and comment during staged engagement periods. The engagement period for the learning disability services and acute adult inpatient services begins on 21 December and ends on 3 February 2017

If you would like more information about the programme or have any questions, please contact Mark Radford, Director of Nursing – Improvement, Mark.Radford2@nhs.net or Laura MacLean, Project Manager, NHS Improvement laura.maclean5@nhs.net

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