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Our response to NHS England’s proposed changes to ambulance response targets

News and opinion 13/07/2017

The measures announced today are a common sense and evidence-based way to improve the way that patients are prioritised, however this shake-up is being proposed as the NHS is experiencing an unprecedented financial squeeze.

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Ambulance services staff experience is improving, says NHS Employers

News and opinion 07/06/2017Sue Covill

Sue Covill, Director of Development and Employment for NHS Employers, responds to our briefing on ambulance services, explaining that while there is still work to be done, staff experience and morale are generally improving.

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Winter Insight: The ambulance service

Resource 07/04/2017

The ambulance service has come to be a totemic symbol of the NHS in England, free at the point of use and available to all. It represents the fundamental duty of care at the heart of the health service and is an expression of the dedication of NHS staff. In our final winter briefing, we look at thes...

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Number of ambulance diverts from A&E doubled this winter

News and opinion 07/04/2017

Analysis finds A&E units closed to ambulances almost 500 times in just three months this winter.

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NHS 111 sending increasing number of callers to A&E and ambulances

News and opinion 22/02/2017

Numbers of NHS 111 callers sent to emergency services vary significantly around the country.

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Our response to new NHS England monthly figures

News and opinion 14/01/2016

Nigel Edwards responds to new combined performance figures from NHS England.

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Sophie Clark: linked data

Media 12/11/2014

Sophie Clark, a paramedic for the London Ambulance Service, presents on the role of linked data and pre-hospital risk management as part of the Nuffield Trust's QualityWatch conference on Allied …

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