Here are the five team stories from week 12 of the #NHS100Stories campaign, a great mix of fantastic outcomes for patients and service users in Acute, Mental Health and Combined NHS Trusts.

We are now well past the halfway mark of the #NHS100Stories campaign. Here are five more stories from proud LiA Teams who have been making changes which have not only had a direct impact on patient care but are also making staff feel more valued and engaged

We've reached the half way mark of the #NHS100Stories campaign! So far we have published 50 inspiring stories from teams making changes which have either made a positive difference to the quality of care they deliver to their patients or 'unblocked the way' for their colleagues. Here's the latest 'fab five' from Week 10 of the campaign.

Here's the round up from Week 9 of the #NHS100Stories campaign - another rich mix of inspiring stories from Specialist, Acute, Mental Health and Community Trusts. Two of the teams featured this week have created useful web-based resources. The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust have produced a YouTube video tutorial to teach colleagues how to 'sign' #hellomynameis; and Gloucestershire Care Services have developed a web site for their rebranded Sexual Health Service

In the first 8 weeks of the #NHS100Stories campaign there have been stories from 40 LiA teams across almost 30 NHS Trusts. The focus areas for the teams are incredibly diverse - they range from improvements in stroke care, to reducing admissions for psychosis patients; from helping children with Cystic Fibrosis avoid hospital stays, to building understanding about deafness; and from reducing 'on the day' theatre cancellations to creating a stimulating garden area for patients

The 'LiA Scatter Map' for NHS Ambulance Service Trusts captures an analysis of NHS staff responses to 20 of the Picker Institute’s Key Findings from the 2015 National Staff Survey. The comparable questions from 2014 to 2015 offer an insight into how NHS staff rate their Trust's leadership and the culture across the 11 Ambulance Service Trusts. 

Here are the 5 stories from Week 7 of the #NHS100Stories campaign showcasing fantastic improvements made by teams from Acute and Community Trusts. Also featured are 'hot off the press' Listening into Action Pulse Check results which show huge uplifts in how engaged and valued staff feel in just 12 months.

Here's the round up from Week 6 of the #NHS100Stories campaign - five inspiring stories from LiA Clinical and Enabler teams at Mental Health and Acute Trusts making changes which are improving patient care and 'unblocking the way' for staff.

The 'LiA Scatter Map' for NHS Mental Health & Learning Disability Trusts captures an analysis of NHS staff responses to 20 of the Picker Institute’s Key Findings from the 2015 National Staff Survey. The comparable questions from 2014 to 2015 offer an insight into how NHS staff rate their Trust's leadership and the culture across 28 published Mental Health & Learning Disability Trusts. This year's 'LiA Scatter Map' replaces the league tables many will remember from

The 'LiA Scatter Map' for NHS Acute Specialist Trusts captures an analysis of NHS staff responses to 20 of the Picker Institute’s Key Findings from the 2015 National Staff Survey. The comparable questions from 2014 to 2015 offer an insight into how NHS staff rate their Trust's leadership and the culture across 17 published Acute Specialist Trusts. This year's 'LiA Scatter Map' replaces the league tables many will remember from last year

The 'LiA Scatter Map' for NHS Community Trusts captures an analysis of NHS staff responses to 20 of the Picker Institute’s Key Findings from the 2015 National Staff Survey.The comparable questions from 2014 to 2015 offer an insight into how NHS staff rate their Trust's leadership and the culture across 17 of our Community Health and Care Services Trusts

The 'LiA Scatter Map' for NHS Mental Health, Learning Disability and Community Trusts captures an analysis of NHS staff responses to 20 of the Picker Institute’s Key Findings from the 2015 National Staff Survey. The comparable questions from 2014 to 2015 offer an insight into how NHS staff rate their Trust's leadership and the culture across 29 of the newly defined Mental Health Trusts.

The 'LiA Scatter Map' for NHS Acute & Community Combined Trusts captures an analysis of NHS staff responses to 20 of the Picker Institute’s Key Findings from the 2015 National Staff Survey. The comparable questions from 2014 to 2015 offer an insight into how NHS staff rate their Trust's leadership and the culture across 38 of our Acute & Community Combined Trusts, the NHS Integrated Care Organisations in the acute space

The 'LiA Scatter Map' for NHS Acute Trusts captures an analysis of NHS staff responses to 20 of the Picker Institute’s Key Findings from the 2015 National Staff Survey. The comparable questions from 2014 to 2015 offer an insight into how NHS staff rate their Trust's leadership and the culture across 96 of our Acute Trusts. This year's 'LiA Scatter Map' replaces the league tables many will remember from last year

The #NHS100Stories campaign is now a quarter of the way through. So far there have been inspiring team stories from more than 20 NHS organisations. If you'd like to know more about how teams have made the changes you can use the contact name information provided on each story to get in touch with the Trust directly - or contact us

Last week was week 4 of the #NHS100Stories campaign, you can see the full set of 5 fantastic team stories below. You can also follow all the action from the campaign and keep up with latest news from the LiA Network by liking our NEW Facebook page

Here are the 5 fantastic stories from week 3 of the #NHS100Stories campaign. This week there have been stories from Acute, Community and Mental Health Trusts. Feedback from the teams featured has been extremely positive, they are very proud to have their work showcased and shared! There are lots more stories to come in the coming weeks - please keep following and retweeting!

There's been a fantastic response to the #NHS100Stories campaign with over 85,000 Twitter impressions in the first 14 days! Trusts are already contacting others in the network to find out more about how teams have made the changes featured in the stories - great evidence of the power of collaboration across the NHS. Here's a round-up of the inspiring stories from Week 2  

100,000s of staff and millions of patients are being impacted by new ways of working. More than 60 NHS Trusts comprising around 300,000 staff have been taking bold steps to ‘power up’ their frontline teams. The impact on patient care is being highlighted in an exciting new Twitter campaign #NHS100Stories which was launched last week, profiling 100 powerful stories in 100 days.

2015 has been a fantastic year for Listening into Action. More and more organisations are recognising that 'pulling the people lever' is the magic key to open the door to high performance. Employees spend a huge amount of time at work, and they want to feel both valuable and valued. This is the case in every people-centred organisation.