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Jodi Brown
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Good morning CAWW

I'd like to tell you about an exciting virtual experimental event that our team (Horizons) in the English National Health Service (NHS) are hosting on 27/28 January: NHS Transformathon. We'd be thrilled if CAWW members would support us- either by tuning into sessions or promoting within your networks (we're using #NHSTform on Twitter and tweeting from @TheEdgeNHS).

The NHS Transformathon is a free, 24-hour, online, global event bringing together health and care staff and service users to connect, share and learn from each other.

It will showcase the latest innovations, practices and methods that will inspire you with ways to make change happen. You’ll be able to connect with world-leading change experts and people of different disciplines from across the globe, to share experiences of successes and lessons learnt.

When: 4 p.m. (GMT), Wednesday 27th January – 4 p.m., Thursday 28th January.
Where: Online broadcast – accessible anywhere via your mobile device or computer.
How: http://theedge.nhsiq.nhs.uk/transformathon/
Unable to attend? All of the sessions will be recorded and available to watch via The Edge after the event.

http://theedge.nhsiq.nhs.uk/transformathon/
Transformathon - The Edge
Transformathon - The Edge
theedge.nhsiq.nhs.uk

We're designing our PDSA cycle for #PFHack2:

Identifying elderly patients at the front door of ED who can be fast-tracked to the elderly assessment unit.

UPDATE FROM #PFHack2 (Aim: to ensure that the time from arrival to ED to the clinical decision (admit or discharge home) is 2 hours for all patients)

Denise (an ED nurse) has come to join our table #PFHack2. She has suggested that we need a Rapid Assessment Team consisting of specialist nurses to ensure that those patients that frequently attend ED (often inappropriately due to non-emergency / non-accident) are assessed rapidly and helped / signposted quickly & efficiently.

The question is, why do we bring these patients into ED when we know we are not helping / able to help in these circumstances? There must be a better way.

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Good morning Hull! All ready to #PFHack with you!
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