Tate Liverpool’s Opening Doors Programme has been running since 1997, in partnership with local NHS Trusts such as Liverpool PCT and Mersey Care. Each year it is aimed at cross-sector professionals, working within broad health & wellbeing settings, with the aim of empowering them to use art as a way of supporting service users. This has had a positive impact on the mental health of staff, as well as helping patients to express their creativity in a constructive therapeutic way.
Tools & Resources
The Greater Manchester (GM) PCT Shared HR Service was built with the main aim of keeping the PCT’s HR functions resilient throughout major NHS reforms, and also to ensure sustainability of the service following the abolition of PCTs whilst driving down costs. This service went live on 1st April 2011, the same date a the TCS transfers, and since then has demonstrated significant progress towards the estimated managerial costs saving of 40%.
The first ever NHS North West Games event took place in Merseyside in September 2011, involving over 300 members of staff from 17 NHS Trusts across the North West region.The teams came together to compete in football, netball, badminton, rounders, touch rugby and athletics competitions.
The aim of the Merseyside Personal Health Budgets (PHB) pilot was to help the Department of Health evaluate Personal Health Budgets, which can be used to purchase goods and services to help individuals achieve their agreed health outcomes.
Stockport’s Occupational Health Department, located within Stockport Foundation Trust’s Stepping Hill Hospital, serves both the Trust and the local PCT, as well as a few private and public sector bodies. This department operates as a Hub and Spoke Model, which has received positive feedback from commissioners and continues to meet key performance indicators within acceptable variances.
The University Hospital Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) faces a unique communication challenge due its large geographic area. This makes it very difficult and time consuming for the Trust to communicate effectively with its three different constituencies of Lancaster, Kendal and Barrow. Therefore in an innovative move, it has been using emerging social media as a potential solution to this problem.
This project linked the work of the Environmental Health Section of Sefton Council and the Food Health Worker team in NHS Sefton. The aim was to help local food businesses in complying with food safety standards and to encourage them to promote healthier eating in order to improve food safety and health in the population of Sefton.
This guide focuses on the development of shared HR and Payroll services, including links to further information on services already in operation and training opportunites.
Release is a programme that was designed to recognise and develop talent amongst managerial and clinical staff at Band 7 and above at Trafford Provider Services (TPS), the provider unit of NHS Trafford, between April 2009 and June 2010. Its purpose was to develop people and give them the confidence to lead, by giving them the opportunity to undertake projects that could initiate change.
This Hot Topic explains why ESR data quality is so important, how it is monitored and what can be done to improve data quality. It also explains how eWIN can support the drive for improved data quality across the North West.