On this page you will find all the reports and publications available on the NHS Yorkshire and the Humber website in alphabetical order.
Apprenticeship - Scoping 18 (136 kb) - this document describes a scoping exercise undertaken within the Yorkshire and Humber region.
Children Asthma Guidlines
Competence in teams, caring for children: a competence framework for the children's workforce
NHS Yorkshire and the Humber in conjunction with Sheffield Hallam University and others have developed this Children's Health Workforce Competence Framework Tool related to caring for children and young people who may have a range of health needs. The framework articulates, in one place, the skills and competence a practitioner or a team of practitioners need to have to enable them to care for children.
NHS Yorkshire and the Humber have produced a template for conducting public consultations. Consultation with patients and the public is an important part of the NHS's role to involve patients and the public in planning and developing NHS services. As these are only templates they are filled in with made up words to show the effect of writing in the design. For the InDesign files to adapt these templates please email SHA enquiries
Diabetes programme documentation including programme reports, briefs and newsletters
This document addresses the key priorities for Education and Training identified during the Working for Health consultation process as well as strengthening training and development opportunities for those working in the NHS and other health care related services. For futher information please contact email@example.com
Family Q – sharing good practice document
NHS Yorkshire and the Humber, in association with NHS Sheffield, has produced this easy-to-read document to enable all NHS staff and their organisations to learn from the good practice implemented across the East Midlands and Yorkshire and the Humber regions, following the Family Q Serious Case Review.
The report of the NHS Next Stage Review in Yorkshire and the Humber
A brief summary of our clinicians recommendations
The framework for making our clinicians recommendations a reality
May 2009 - Stroke, vascular, clinical leadership
July 2009 - Strengthening clinical leadership, stroke, governance, regional reviews
The Health Blueprint : a consultation with the people of Yorkshire and the Humber on the future of health and health-care in our region
Report describes satisfaction rates with psychological therapy in Leeds primary care mental health services. Providing a detailed analysis of patient experiences and an example of good practice in patient involvement, evaluation and development of IAPT mental health services. For comments or further information please contact the author on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Improving Access to Psychological Therapies in Yorkshire and the Humber - a report covering the last 3 years achievements.
The Learning and Development Agreement (LDA) is a comprehensive document which captures all education, training and learning activity that NHS Yorkshire and the Humber commissions funded from the Multi-professional Edcucation and Training Levy (MPET).
Documents including regional and national guidelines.
PCTs and their providers have assessed their 5 year workforce requirements for Maternity Services staff. This is published in the Yorkshire and the Humber report above.
A national data matching exercise carried out by the Audit Commission.
The aim of this national review is to identify a world-class 21st century NHS which is led by our best clinicians, puts the patient first and listens to local people.
North Yorkshire and York Independent Review
An independent review of health services in North Yorkshire and York.
Pontefract Elective Treatment Centre review (85.4KB)
Prevention and lifestyle change - this document is available to all NHS and related staff, the document is accessible via the NHS Yorkshire and the Humber extranet or alternatively you can email Kate Whitfield for further information - email@example.com
Prevention and Lifestyle Behaviour Change- A Competence Framework (3.9MB)
In October 2007 the SHA published Working for Health, a Strategic Framework for Workforce and Education in Yorkshire and the Humber, 2008 - 2013.
In February 2008 the Workforce Strategy Team published this document that describes the strategy that supports the ambition that all NHS staff should be qualified for the role they currently undertake.
This document works alongside 'Working towards a fully qualified workforce' to support staff covering the period Sept 2008 - August 2009.
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