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'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

Another great batch of stories from Acute and Mental Health Trusts from Week 13 of the #NHS100Stories campaign. Each story includes contact details for the staff who have led the changes in their Trusts - if you've been inspired by any of the stories featured in the campaign please do feel free to contact the Trusts involved directly or contact us

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 #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

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!

East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) and University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) have joined forces to focus on ambulance handover times in A&E at UHL, using Listening into Action (LiA) to connect people across the usual boundaries and come up with solutions together. Mark Dawn, LiA Lead at EMAS explains more about this new collaboration...