Does your organisation strive to reduce emergency admissions and length of stay for frail older people? The Acute Frailty Network is a 12 month improvement programme designed as a professional network to support participating sites to rapidly adopt best practice to improve emergency services for frail older people.
The AFN have worked with over 70 organisations over the past 4 years - to see how they have benefitted from working with the AFN, please go to the Acute Frailty Network website (www.acutefrailtynetwork.org.uk) and take a look at the case studies by clicking on the Resources tab.
The next cohort of the programme is due to commence in March 2020. The programme is designed as a collaborative and teams made up from colleagues from across the health community sign up (8 per team).
Each programme runs for 12 months and participating trusts are supported in a number of ways. The support includes:
3 National events (8 places at each event)
Topic specific master classes
1-1 help as needed
Expertise on measurement
A Return on Investment calculator
Measuring patient experience and using experience based design to improve services
Members web resource repository for all outputs from the programme from participating sites
A large portion of the programme is delivered remotely but there are a number of physical events. These are:
Three National Events
Improvement Methodology Master Class
Measurement Master Class
Nursing/Therapies Master Class
Download the information pack with an overview of the programme for your information.
If you are keen to take part and would like a place on the next programme or any further information in the interim, please email email@example.com or call on 07825 351966