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The National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide (NCISH) team, which delivers the Mental health outcome review programme for HQIP, has been ‘highly commended’ at the Manchester University's Making a Difference Awards in the Outstanding Benefit to Society Through Research category.
HQIP teams have pledged actions to make a difference as part of the NHS Change Day. Across HQIP, teams have picked a pledge reflecting a piece of work that is already underway to help improve care received in the NHS.
HQIP's quality improvement and National Joint Registry teams have collaborated to help celebrate the patient experience, as part of today’s Patient Experience Network's 5th National Awards and Conference.
The latest National Vascular Registry progress report aims to complement the NHS trust and surgeon-level information for elective infra-renal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) repair and carotid endarterectomy published in 2014. The progress report provides an overview of care delivered by the NHS at a national level, and describes various developments within the National Vascular Registry.
The national COPD clinical audit report COPD: who cares matters, published today, shows that some aspects of care have improved since the last audit in 2008, but is still not good enough in many areas.
HQIP is pleas to announce that the University of Manchester's National Confidential Inquiry into Suicide and Homicide by People with Mental Illness (NCISH) has been re-awarded a three-year contract to continue managing the Mental Health Clinical Outcome Review Programme.