The team at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board’s Angelton Clinic have been using improvement techniques to reduce inpatient falls as part of the Safe Care Collaborative.
The next round of Q Exchange, the participatory funding programme with grants of up to £40,000 is now open for submissions.
A project aiming to minimise the time taken to diagnose cancers in Wales has been further expanded to focus on cellular pathology.
A second group of cancer multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) has joined a project to minimise the time taken to diagnose cancer.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB) has introduced Call 4 Concern to its hospitals, after Betsi Cadwaladr UHB successfully brought the service to Wales.
We’re excited to announce the winners of this year’s NHS Wales Awards, celebrating improvement work that has transformed the experience and outcomes for people in Wales.
The Shaping Change team at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB) is introducing a new approach to follow-up appointments to improve patient experience and relieve pressure on clinical teams.
Improvement work to shorten the diagnostic and treatment pathway for colorectal cancers is showing early promise at Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (UHB).
Research by Bangor University and Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has found that improving the language used in written case notes can result in better care for people living with dementia.
Following the statement from Eluned Morgan MS, Minister for Health and Social Services about the escalation status of all Health Boards in NHS Wales, Welsh Government have had to make the difficult decision with Improvement Cymru to move this years in person NHS Wales Awards ceremony to a virtual online event.
Virtual support offered to people experiencing mental health conditions during pregnancy and after birth is set to improve, following research by the Perinatal Community Mental Health Service (PCMHS) at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB).
A new approach to patient safety at Ysbyty Gwynedd is ensuring that the voices of patients and their families are heard if they raise concerns about their deteriorating health.
The maternity and neonatal community in Wales has outlined the path to improve the quality of care for mothers and babies throughout the journey of new life.
The NHS Wales Awards celebrate improvement work that has transformed the experience and outcomes for people in Wales.