Here's the latest round up from Week 17 of the #NHS100Stories campaign, 5 fantastic stories showcasing staff-led changes which include improving the quality and safety of care in Phlebotomy and Cardiology and a new innovative approach which supports staff to raise concerns

Here are last week's published stories from the #NHS100Stories campaign. Another great set of results from teams who have worked on improving medication management; reducing time in hospital for children; providing specialist care for patients living with dementia and finding better ways of working in theatres

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust began their LiA journey last September, and will soon be showcasing their achievements so far at their LiA 'Pass it On' event in July. Lisa Walton, Operations Director for Operating Services, Critical Care and Anaesthesia is working with a team who wanted to reduce cancelled operations. They are already seeing some fantastic results which Lisa shares here

Sir Andrew Cash, Chief Executive at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals signed the Trust up to Listening into Action (LiA) in September 2014 as part of a "heartfelt effort to connect better with everyone who works here to deliver the best outcomes for our patients and staff”. His message to staff in a recent communication is: "Just over 5 months ago we launched 'Listening into Action' to encourage as many of you as possible to get involved in