This was one of Q Exhange's 2018 winning ideas.
Testing the use of a tool to support domiciliary care staff in recognising the softer signs of deterioration. Improving response and communication to colleagues/health professionals (incorporating SBAR).
The aim of this work is to reduce avoidable harm, enhance clinical outcomes and improve the experience of deteriorating individuals in the community.To achieve this, focus will be placed on improving recognition (softer signs and NEWS where appropriate), response and communication by domiciliary carers.
How you can contribute:
The project leads are looking for suggestions from colleagues who may have worked with domiciliary carers and tested ideas around deterioration. Any advice on measures and impact and data sources is also encouraged.
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