Acute care toolkit 1: Handover

Handover is the system by which the responsibility for immediate and ongoing care is transferred between healthcare professionals. Patients expect, and should have, a designated consultant and nurse to coordinate the multidisciplinary team. However, at times (eg night, weekends or during an emergency admission) the responsibility for care must pass from one team, or consultant, to another.

Acute care toolkit 2: High-quality acute care

Acute care toolkit 3: Acute medical care for frail older people

Urgent and emergency care: a prescription for the future

Hospitals are struggling to cope with increasing pressure on urgent and emergency care services. The challenges faced by emergency departments are the most visible sign of pressure across our health system. This statement sets out a 10-point vision for addressing these challenges.

HiSLAC Tweets

HiSLAC

We're busy working on our next publications; in the meantime, why not check out all our published papers - & corres… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

HiSLAC

We're busy working on our next publications; in the meantime, why not check out all our published papers - & corres… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

HiSLAC

We might seem quiet at the moment but that's because we're busy behind the scenes. With the majority of data now co… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

HiSLAC

Speaking at a conference? If you can help spread the word about HiSLAC and #7daynhs research, we have a short slide… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

Footer Menu