Our online improvement resources are created as outputs of our many programmes and projects. They are designed to help you roll out improvements in your own areas of care.

Where we have created multiple resources for one topic, we have created a toolkit for you - meaning you can find everything online in one place.
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  1. Hospital at Home

    Hospital at Home is a service that provides acute hospital level care by healthcare professionals in a home context for a condition that otherwise would require acute hospital inpatient care.

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  2. SPSP Medicines - Board Sharing - Sarah Goldsworthy, Summit Facilitator

  3. Learning from neighbourhood care test sites in Scotland

    This report provides insights into the learning from 12 teams across Scotland that participated in a learning network focused on supporting the development of neighbourhood care models during 2018-19.

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  4. Multiple case study evaluation of ‘What matters to you?’ in day-to-day practice

    In this multiple case study evaluation, the Evidence and Evaluation for Improvement Team shares what three healthcare organisations have been doing to successfully apply and sustain ‘What matters to you?’ in their day-to-day practice.

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  5. Learning from Experience-based Co-design demonstrator sites

    This report provides insights into the learning from three service areas in Scotland that were supported to use and adapt Experience-based Co-design (EBCD) to improve the quality and experience of care in their settings.

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  6. Case study about reducing delayed discharge from hospital

    The Evidence and Evaluation for Improvement Team explore how East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) ensures that people are safely and legally discharged from hospital to home, or a homely setting, as soon as they are medically fit.

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  7. Ready to Lead

    Leading quality improvement is complex and challenging. It requires a broad range of skills and behaviours to bring about the big changes required. Sometimes we need to re-lookat something very familiar with fresh eyes. Looking outside of our normal sphere of experience and activity can give a new perspective to the task.

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