Barts Health NHS Trust have just published a newsletter to showcase how Listening into Action (LiA) is helping them to deliver their 'Safe and Compassionate' quality improvement plan

We have just published a powerful case study from Barts Health NHS Trust showcasing the impact of intensive efforts to engage staff around improving patient care ‘from the inside-out’. Barts Health is the largest Trust in the country with around 16,000 staff, getting traction around a much needed fundamental shift in ways of working and leading in such a large Trust is no small challenge. With personal leadership from Chief Executive, Alwen Williams, they have approached

Here are the 5 stories from the final week of the #NHS100Stories campaign. This week featured teams who have; harnessed the ideas of domestic staff to free up nursing time; changed ways of working to improve outcomes for deteriorating patients; built resilience for ‘winter pressures’; created a sustainable care model to provide medical support for children at home and introduced smarter ways of working to reduce burdensome email traffic for clinical staff.

The teams showcased this week have achieved some fantastic results, transforming the quality and safety of patient care, and improving staff morale and team working within their own Trusts. This latest batch of 5 stories shows the impact of changes made in a wide range of services - older peoples care; paediatric medicine; inpatient adult mental health; school nursing and breast services. Truly inspiring!

Five more stories from proud LiA teams showcasing their achievements and the positive impact their work has had on the quality and safety of patient care. This latest batch includes improvements in the delivery of Phlebotomy services and reducing unnecessary hospital admissions for older patients. There are also stories from teams who have improved ways of working to ‘unblock’ the way for colleagues

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'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.

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!

Something special is going on at Barts Health. This is the largest NHS Trust in England, serving a population of 2.5 million, with more than 15,000 staff providing care across five hospital sites: Mile End Hospital, The Royal London Hospital, Newham University Hospital, St Bartholomew's Hospital and Whipps Cross University Hospital.