Care homes urged to share good practice

Care homes are being urged to share examples of good practice to help shape wider improvements to services.

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Care homes are being urged to share examples of good practice to help shape wider improvements to services.

The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement is looking for evidence of practice that has improved the quality and safety of care, enhanced resident or staff experience, demonstrated good partnership working between health and social care organisations or reduced costs.

The institute works to promote innovation and share good practice across the NHS, and its care home programme reflects the interdependence of health services and residential care, and the high health needs of residents.

Submit your examples of practice by 16 March.

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