A selection of tools and information sources that you may find useful
Major new mental health campaign
Every Mind Matters is a mental health campaign launched by Public Health England last month. It aims to support adults to feel more confident in taking action to look after their mental health and well-being, by promoting a range of self-care actions. There are a range of resources available for health care professionals.
All about apprentices and apprenticeships
Apprenticeship Essentials is a free resource for apprentices and anyone considering an apprenticeship in England. It contains guidance and
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advice, learning modules, jobs and interactive tools. It’s available as an IOS and Android app, downloadable from your app store.
NHS-backed app speeds up patient recovery
A new app aims to transform the treatment of patients recovering from hip and knee replacement surgery. The BPMpathway is currently being trialled at Calderdale Royal Hospital in West Yorkshire where its use has led to orthopaedic patients being discharged home on the same day, with easy-to-use wearable motion sensors and access to a personalised platform. The app enables clinicians to monitor a patient’s recovery with remote access to a range of information about their movement, while they follow a series of personalised physiotherapy routines, displayed in graphics and videos, at home.
Hip Sprint hubs for online networking with other members
The CSP website features a range of resources to help you in your hip fracture service improvement work. Hip Sprint hubs are virtual member networks that you can join and then connect with, network and share good practice with other members in your local area and within your local hip fracture pathways. Use the hubs to promote the findings of your hip sprint local work, share examples of good practice, ask a question or share a challenge. Other resources include top tips and slides.
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