Squire Stroke Project
Please note: The following project is not being led by Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, however we are involved in this project and are advertising it to our networks. If you are interested in being part of this project, you will not be registered as an Involvement Partner with Nottinghamshire Healthcare, but will connect directly with our Quality Improvement Team and CPD Consultancy Group who are leading the project.
Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System (Notts ICS) has been selected by the Midlands Stroke Quality Improvement for Rehabilitation (SQuIRe) Programme to take part in a funded development programme to create the right conditions for change across community stroke services. This funded programme aims to create the conditions for change that support ‘great’ health and social care provision for those affected by stroke, and it is focussed on the transition of care from the hospital into rehabilitation services in the community.
The programme is delivered by CPD Consultancy Group (CPD), and it is about unpicking years of established processes, approaches and organisational/ professional and cultural norms, and focussed on people, ideas, processes & technology (in that order) to accelerate, test, and sustain learning/ outcomes in an integrated system.
Our vision is for ‘One Stroke Service’ wherever you live in Nottinghamshire, with a seamless journey that involves all partners across the community
On Wednesday 20th September From 12.30 – 17.00 at The Boardroom, Sir John Robinson House (Sir John Robinson Way, Arnold Nottingham NG5 6DA) CPD Consultancy Group will be hosting an event to explore this further, and if you are a Stroke survivor, or have cared for someone who has had a Stroke, we invite you to come and share your experiences and your ideas to help us to achieve this goal. Your contribution would be valued, as we bring people together to explore how we can bring about this change.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Sarah Scott (Quality Improvement Co-ordinator) at sarah.scott2@Nottshc.nhs.uk. We can then provide more details and ensure that we meet any assistance or support that you may require.