Ramadan Guidance 2023 – Guidance for Managers and Staff
The guidance is aimed at all managers and staff to develop awareness of the importance and the impact of Ramadan on our work colleagues as well as our patients and the wider Muslim community, during this period.
Modern Slavery Act 2015 – NWAS Statutory Statement
The Modern Slavery Act is an Act to make provision about slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour and about human trafficking, including the provision for the protection of victims. You can read all about it in this statutory statement
OneResponse Management PWA (EPR)- Guide
OneResponse Management PWA is the PWA version of the original OneResponse desktop app. This guide has been created to highlight new features, omitted features and functionality which has been changed from the desktop application.
Healthcare professional form – risk score matrix
For healthcare professionals (HCP) for completion of the HCP complaints form
Risk appetite statement
NWAS endeavours to establish a positive risk culture within the organisation, where unsafe practice is not tolerated and where everyone of our people feels committed and empowered to identify and correct and/or escalate system weakness.
NWAS self certification FT4
NHS trusts are not issued with a provider licence, the Board of Directors are required to self-certify whether or not they have complied with conditions equivalent to the licence that NHS Improvement has deemed appropriate: • Condition FT4 relates to systems and processes for good governance. NHS providers must make a corporate governance statement under condition FT4 as to current and future compliance.
NEWS2 – National Early Warning Score
Chart 1: The NEWS scoring system
NHS trusts are not issued with a provider licence, the Board of Directors are required to self-certify whether or not they have complied with conditions equivalent to the licence that NHS Improvement has deemed appropriate: - General Condition 6 requires providers to certify that they have taken all such precautions necessary to comply with the conditions of the licence, the NHS Acts and NHS Constitution.
Flowchart – who should you contact to book?
The decision regarding which service is applicable is based on the type of request and which clinical commissioning group (CCG) the patient is registered with. This flow chart will assist you make a decision on which service the journey should be booked with and who are the responsible providers for that service.
Poster – requesting an ambulance
Does your patient need an ambulance? Call the healthcare professional line for emergency and urgent transport to hospital or between hospital sites 0345 140 0144