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Bevan Academy Exemplars 2016

Aneurin Bevan University Health Board


Develop the role of ‘Integrated Facilities Operative’ within the Facilities Division using co-production methods and approaches to: Create and deliver training for new roles; Further develop the new roles already created; and Create new training targeted at staff learning preferences.
Michelle Key

Improved documentation in Public health nursing. The adaptation of the SOAP model to ensure that effective planning and implementation of care is underpinned by sound analysis. This aim is to improve care planning in partnership with families, therefore embedding the principles of co-production and prudence.
Helen Crosbie & Nicola Quarry
Support individuals accessing mental health services through a non-pharmacological intervention, a postcard scheme has been co-produced with service users and in addition a credit card crisis card.
Annie Llewellyn Davies

Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board

Improve patient outcomes and minimise the potential risks for increasing antibiotic resistance and C. difficile infection through the development and implementation of a multidisciplinary prudent programme to progress antimicrobial stewardship in primary care.
Rhys Howell
Design and deliver focused, bespoke, evidence-based on-line training and mentoring which will  enhance the skill set and clinical confidence of tele-consulting clinicians
Stephen Bassett
Introduce a Radio-Frequency Identification tagging system for tracking and locating medical equipment.
Mike Rowlands

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board

Identifying and Reducing Avoidable Drug-associated Bleeds
Janet Thomas

Implement an innovative Palliative and  end of life care education programme into Nursing Homes to facilitate high quality end of life care and  promote residents choice.
Theresa Richards  |  Teresa Davies


Implementation of an innovative physiotherapy service, allowing people presenting with musculoskeletal problems to be seen in their GP surgery by an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner, as an alternative to their GP.
Cathy Wynne & Robert Caine


Training physiotherapists to carry out ultrasound investigations so they can provide a one stop shop for patients, avoiding unnecessary delays to treatment and avoiding the need for additional clinic appointments
Siobhan Jones  |  Moyra Barnes  |  Jeremy Jones


The Choice and Partnership approach (CAPA). A service model for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service delivery, underpinned by evidence base which is collaborative with service users.             
Helen Fitzpatrick


Cardiff & Vale University Health Board


Using Radiographers trained in reporting plain film images, patients attending A&E within certain criteria could be discharged immediately after their x-ray by the Reporting Radiographer, eliminating the requirement for these patients to return to wait in A&E.             
Lisa Jenkins


Multi-professional integrated Stroke Workforce with a patient centred rehabilitation focus.
Ceri-Ann Hughes


Hywel Dda University Health Board


Using the principles of complexity science, engage multiple audiences, including public, press, politicians and professionals, to gain personal ownership of issues relating to infection prevention and management.         
Mike Simmons & Sharon Daniel


Use an Appreciative Inquiry approach to support staff in better understanding how they provide good end of life care, recognising their resources and ability to do this, and how they can develop more positive approaches to ensure good patient experience.
Anna Tee


Within the context of non-complex wound care, transfer healthcare related tasks to social care workers in care homes for older people.
Rhian Dawson


Public Health Wales NHS Trust


Improve safety in primary care by bringing together a number of disparate groups and issues under one coordinated umbrella.  To bring together topics such as medicines management, primary care contracts, co-production, behavioural insight and the national primary care plan and get them working together more toward a common safety oriented goal.
Paul Gimson


Develop the pharmacists contribution to encouraging a greater focus on addressing non-adherence
Anne Hinchliffe & Martin Davies


Powys Teaching Health Board


"Make Powys a great place to work” and to increase our levels of staff engagement which contribute to organisational success and most importantly increased patient/service satisfaction.
Lynn Turner  |  Brian Makusha


To develop an innovative Physiotherapy Practitioner-led pathway designed to reduce the pressures on secondary care Orthopaedic out–patients by providing patients with early access to specialist opinion in a local community setting.
Catrin Hawthorn


To use existing patient management technologies to flag access needs, in particular special communication needs.  Especially relevant for people with sensory loss and speech difficulties but also for those whose first language is Welsh or with little or no English.
Susan Stavrides


Velindre NHS Trust


Talk CPR Project: Encouraging the public and healthcare professionals to talk openly about CPR and DNACPR; Patient co-designed website and videos: http://talkcpr.wales #TalkCPR
Mark Taubert


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