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  1. #AskAboutAsthma 2020 resources

    Blogs Podcasts Podcast 1 – How can community pharmacists improve care for young asthmatics? Podcast 2 – Ask the experts? Podcast 3 – Tertiary asthma care and the new referral protocol Podcast 4 – Asthma Friendly School – a how to guide Podcast 5 – Learning from asthma deaths Podcast 6 – Developing an asthma network Podcast 7  – Air quality and […]

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  2. New Cancer Waits Guidance training package launched across London

    Delivering on the cancer waits standards remains a priority within the NHS. TCST has developed a training package in collaboration with London Cancer Alliances which is being delivered to staff across the city in 2023. So far this year, we’ve delivered the training to over 420 colleagues across the NHS in London.The training sessions are aimed at, […]

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  3. Demand and capacity modelling for imaging reporting

    TCST is currently supporting a pilot project for imaging reporting demand and capacity modelling across two NHS Trusts in North Central London (NCL): The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust and The Whittington Health NHS Trust. The pilot has focused on developing an approach to identify the capacity requirements for imaging reporting to support service […]

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  4. Connecting Care for Children (CC4C), North West London

    National: Three CCGs (Central London, Hammersmith &  Fulham and West London) within North West London, United Kingdom Geography type: Urban Population covered: Estimated local population 0-18 years: 400,000 (eight Clinical Commissioning Groups). Includes populations of significant social deprivation. Professional group/type of organisation involved e.g. acute, CAMHS, voluntary sector, primary care CC4C is a whole population […]

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  5. Paediatric acute response team

    Paediatric Acute Response Team (PART), Bath Street Clinic, Warrington Started: October 2013 Region: North West England – Cheshire & Merseyside Geography: Urban Estimated local pop. 0-18 years: 48,800 Background Warrington consistently has non-elective admission rates which are higher than the national average. Warrington has a higher expenditure on trauma and injury admissions compared with comparator […]

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