Jayne Longstaff - Respiratory Nurse Specialist, talks through the benefits of FeNO in diagnosis and management of asthma
An innovative urgent community response team celebrates the addition of a second vehicle to its falls and frailty car service in North Hampshire. The service enables patients living with frailty to be treated at home and to avoid a trip to the Emergency Department. Wessex AHSN’s healthy ageing team worked in partnership with the providers to review this collaborative approach, and consolidate the learning into an Urgent Community Response Frailty Service Toolkit to support the spread of the model across England and help ambulance services to deliver the national urgent community response target.
A video presentation about RESTORE2mini for carers, trainers and managers. The video covers the three elements of RESTORE2 (Soft Signs, Recognising Normal and SBARD) and includes Case Scenarios showing the use of Soft Signs and SBARD. Video Timings Introduction 3:06 (Slide 8) Soft Signs 6:33 (Slide 23) Recognising normal 11:52 (Slide 30) Treatment Escalation Plans and Resuscitation 14:10 (Slide 33 Raising the Alert 16:31 (Slide 36) SBARD 17:26 (Slide 39) Scenarios 22:37 (Slide 45) • David 22:58 (Slide 46) • Molly 24:28 (Slide 49) • Simon 26:12 (Slide 52) • Charlie 30:11 (Slide 70) Additional Resources and Recommendations 33:12 (Slide 80) • HEE Videos 33:16 (Slide 81) • Wessex PSC webpages 34:24 (Slide 84) Versions and Acknowledgements 35:49 (Slide 86)
Wessex Academic Health Science Network (AHSN), Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust (HHFT), in collaboration with the London Clinical Frailty Network and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Health Education England co-produced, developed and launched the Frailty, E-Learning for Excellence in Frailty Identification, Assessment and Personalised Care (Tier 1 and 2) Programme in May 2021. This exciting and novel collaboration has enabled the development of an e-learning programme aimed at standardising training and knowledge of frailty as a complex multi-system and long term condition. To date this elearning programme has seen widespread spread and adoption. Compliant with the ‘Frailty, A framework of core capabilities’ (2018) and has been funded through Health Education England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Workforce Collaborative for London. The e-learning compliments the Tier 3 British Geriatrics Society capabilities and skills. This 4-minute video, showcases Dr Adrian Hayter, National Clinical Director for Older People and Integrated Person Centred Care (NHS England and NHS Improvement), discussing the frailty e-learning package and the role of the AHSN Network in spreading innovation. Please access the training at: portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Component/Details/683810, or via Frailty - e-Learning for Healthcare.