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The Marketplace is to be a repository of documents, tools and any other items that can help in progressing Shared Care.

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Patient Information to Offer and Encourage Engagement :

SHARED CARE POSTERS / NOTICE BOARDS

"DID YOU KNOW Shared Care is...."  HERE

Many sites have SHARED CARE notice boards to display ideas, posters and information about what Shared care is, what it is not and who to go to for more information.  Its a really simple way to share the message.

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEIGHT

What does my weight mean?

weight poster

BLOOD PRESSURE

What does my blood pressure mean?

Blood pressure poster

HAND WASHING

Why do I need to wash my hands and access?

This is a link to a BBC article called "are you washing and drying your hands wrong?".  It may be useful for anyone who needs to change their handwashing habits but is not reacting well to a medical request. It also includes a video on how to wash your hands  HERE

INFORMATION About SHARED CARE

Leaflet explaining What is shared haemodialysis care? The facts!  

A Patients guide to Shared Care (produced by East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust)  HERE

(See also Yorkshire and Humber Shared care leaflet for patients in Resources )

Engaging Staff and Patients :

Coffee Mornings for Patient Awareness  :

            Nottingham suggested Agenda HERE Presentation HERE  Evaluation Form HERE

            Heart oF England Coffee Morning Poster HERE

#whyIdoSharedcare  

Montage to print out  #whyIdosharedCare Powerpoint version Cards or PDF version Cards

What to do ? Fill them in take photo to create local montage.  Remember to print off in colour (double sided if you can) and ask poeple to sign the back to give permission to use the photograph.  Create the montage with the combined photos from your local unit/team.  Good luck, happy snapping. 

WRITING Patient or STAFF Storys

Use these Templates to help frame and write up experiences so they can be shared with other to encourage and inform :

 

SHAREHD Pamphlet/One Page Book PDF version.  Print in Colour & Booklet style   DOWNLOAD

SHAREHD A3 Poster PDF version  Print in colour & A3  DOWNLOAD

Lanyards : These have been produce by www.essentrasecurity.com.  The specfication is attached HERE but please make sure that you check the specification and pricing as this may have changed and will depend on teh number of lanyards ordered.  Orders were a minimum of 100.

Pencils and Pens : These have been produced via KRUK contacts however they are a RED colour with a plain BLACK SHAREHD logo imprinted.  We have found that the long pencils with rubbers on the end are more useful that teh smaller 'stubbie' pencils.  Orders of 500 were minimum.  Black LOGO is available HERE

Pullup Banners : These can be ordered using the PDF available HERE.  It is suggested you contact a local printer sending them the PDF to obtain a quote but you shoudl be able to order single prints.

SHAREHD Lables : Attached HERE is a standard template with the SHAREHD logo in place.  Please note that this is for an A4 sheet of 21 Lables 63.5mm*38.1mm

 

Facilitating Problem Solving with patients, Staff and Stakeholders :

Problem Solving  - 14 Questions

Decisional matrix and confidence/importance scale

Hand Washing - This is a link to a BBC Article "Are you washing and drying you hands wrong?".  It may be useful for patients or staff who woudl benefit form hearing this 

Questions to ask when creating a Staff Questionnaire  DOWNLOAD

Presentations :

Patient Information Case Study Presented to Westminster All Parliamentary Forum May 2017  DOWNLOAD

BRS2017 - Bringing Care closer to patients DOWNLOAD

BRS2017 - SHARHD Pop-Up Message session  DOWNLOAD

Manchester Home Therapies Conference OCT 2017 - DOWNLOAD

 

Quality Improvement Tools : 

Rather than replicate tools here we are linking to websites where other tools are available.  Particularly the Sheffield Microsystems Coaching Accadamy and the KQUIP Tool repository.

Sheffield MCA - 

  1. One page books (explanation of QI methods)     HERE
  2. QI Tools and Blank Worksheets                           HERE
  3. Measurement for Improvement                            HERE

KQUIP - LINK

    KQUIP QI Hub / QI Tools                                          HERE

IHI - Institute of Healthcare Improvement

     Quality Improvement Essentials Toolkit                   HERE

General Practioners 

    Model for improvement                                            HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The What, Why & How of Shared Haemodialysis Care - the one day overview for Managers.
Orlando speaks below about his experience as a patient doing Shared Care and then moving onto Home Haemodialysis.
On the 3rd of February 2017 we had the pleasure of meeting Anne Perkins and the staff of the Heeley Heamodialysis unit in Sheffield - this is her story.
The Shared Haemodialysis Care Course has received a 2-year funding grant from the British Kidney Patient Association, which will allow the course to continue as free for participants.
Hear David's story about the impact shared haemodialysis care at the Northern General Hospital had on his life. 
A health care worker tells their story of first encountering Shared Care. 
A project designed to help patients on haemodialysis (HD) has been selected to be part of The Health Foundation's £3.5 million Scaling Up Improvement programme. 
Talks from the 4th Shared Haemodialysis Care Learning Event are now available to watch online. 
Home dialysis patient Michael discusses how Shared Care has helped give him a better quality of life 
My name is Pauline, dialysis access nurse in York Hospital, UK. In this short video I will show you how to buttonhole a fistula. 

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