Networks for health services
As part of the Quality Assurance stream of the programme, all participating Paediatric Diabetes Units receive a peer review. A multidisciplinary team of peers speak with the service team, relevant colleagues, patients and families to determine compliance against the standards and to identify areas o...
Published in 2014, this document outlines 69 recommendations to improve the management of high dependency care, placing the child and their complete critical care pathway at the focus of service delivery. It's intended for staff, management and commissioners seeking to deliver safe and high quality ...
These standards aim to reduce variation in care, ensuring equitable services, and to improve the health outcomes and quality of life for all infants, children and young people with gastroenterology, liver or intestinal disorders in the UK. You can read our summary and download the full standards bel...
A vision of how paediatric care can be delivered to provide a high-quality service that meets the needs of infants, children and young people with ongoing health needs.
Informatics is used in everyday actions of healthcare professionals. It enables the delivery of high quality, accurate and timely care to patients - from booking appointments to conducting surgical procedures. In particular, SNOMED-CT is an international terminology for recording patient data, and y...
Care Quality Commission report warns the future quality of the health system is at risk as it struggles to cope with demand
10 October 2017
We respond to the CQC State of Care report, published in October 2017.
The RCPCH Invited Reviews service has been running since mid-2012 and has completed over 70 reviews. This report outlines the learning and findings from the first 60 reviews. It gives clinicians, managers and commissioners some ideas for 'quick wins' to improve their service or where help may be u...
OPEN UK is a clinical network connecting NHS Health Boards and Trusts that provide care for children with epilepsies with regional epilepsy networks and a UK Working Group.