This framework should be used for patients who require an ambulance response in a community setting following assessment by a healthcare professional.
This framework should be used for patients who require transfer by ambulance between facilities due to an increase in either their medical of nursing care need.
This document aims to support ambulance services, lead commissioners and Sustainability & Transformation Partnerships / Integrated Care Systems to safely reduce the number of people conveyed to an Emergency Department (ED).
The High Intensity User (HIU) service was initiated by NHS Blackpool CCG and has since been rolled out in a number of other CCGs. The Implementation Team within NHS RightCare have undertaken evaluation of effectiveness across 4 CCGs. It is
This guidance document sets out a standardised framework for ambulance trusts to use to develop and implement their local Learning from Deaths policies.
Date of report: 25 April 2019 Ref: 2019-0127 Deceased name: Mildred Clark Coroners name: Sonia Hayes Coroners Area: Kent (North-East) Category: Emergency services related deaths (2019 onwards); Hospital Death (Clinical Procedures and medical management) related deaths This report is being
This report calls on independent ambulance services, commissioners and the wider system to do more to make sure patients are safe, following concerns identified during its inspections. The Care Quality Commission found evidence of good practice and improvements made by
This guidance has been developed with the occasional trauma team in mind, for example, surgeons in a trauma unit who need to treat a deteriorating P2 patient, or a P1 patient who has been conveyed to the trauma unit, during
This report is the outcome of a four-month study into workplace culture at South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWAST). A major feature of the study is the need to understand perceived organisation culture in relation to workplace behaviour
House of Commons Library summary of NHS demand, performance and capacity of services in England. It includes A&E statistics, waiting lists, ambulance data, delayed discharges, staffing levels including doctors and nurses, and more.
This document is an independent review that shows that the Ambulance Response Programme (ARP) has been successfully implemented across England.
This document should be used when commissioning the regional ambulance service in accordance with the NHS Standard Contract, and supports system leaders in reducing unwarranted variation in the way ambulance services are provided and commissioned.
Report that finds if more patients were treated at the scene by paramedics or were better assessed over the phone when dialling 999 — avoiding the need for an ambulance when it is safe to do so — the NHS could
This report provides an indication of the burden of assaults on emergency departments (EDs), the ambulance service and residents of Cumbria over the three-year period January 2007 to December 2009. It uses data on assault call outs from the North
This report provides an indication of the burden of assaults on emergency departments (EDs), the ambulance service and residents of Merseyside over the three-year period January 2007 to December 2009. It uses data on assault call outs from the North
This report provides an indication of the burden of assaults on emergency departments (EDs), the ambulance service and residents of Lancashire over the three-year period January 2007 to December 2009. It uses data on assault call outs from the North
This report provides an indication of the burden of road traffic collisions (RTCs) on emergency departments (EDs), the ambulance service and residents of Lancashire over the three‐year period April 2007 to March 2010. It uses data on RTC call outs from the North West Ambulance
This report brings together a range of data sources available at a local authority (LA) level to explore the extent of injury and violence across the North West. It is an accompaniment to the recent series of eleven pocket booklets
In the North West, the Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group (TIIG: www.tiig.info) Injury Surveillance System warehouses data from the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS). In this report, we explore the extent, nature and outcome of ambulance call outs for violence-related
On behalf the Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group (TIIG) Lancashire Project, this report provides an analysis of injury attendances to Accident and Emergency Departments (AEDs) across Lancashire, reporting on patient demography and incident levels between April 2012 and March 2013.