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A&E attendances: get the facts

Page QualityWatch 22/10/2018

Why are patients waiting longer? Could it be case mix, environment, resourcing or other factors? Our infographic answers your questions.

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Infographic: Emergency hospital care for children and young people

Page QualityWatch 21/10/2018

A graphical guide to key findings from our report on emergency care for children and young people.

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‘Worrying’ inequality gap highlighted in children’s emergency health care

Press release 24/12/2017

New research shows children from the poorest areas are consistently more likely to go to A&E and to need emergency hospital treatment.

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Improving young people’s mental health care

Blog post 03/07/2017Dr Rakhee Shah

Young people’s use of emergency care for mental health could be reduced by working better with the voluntary sector.

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Emergency care for children and young people: what needs to change?

Blog post 26/06/2017Lucia Kossarova

Reflections on a roundtable event exploring issues raised in our report on children and young people.

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Children's emergency care: the story behind the statistics

Blog post 15/05/2017Annamarie Hassall

How a localised approach hopes to address high infant emergency admissions.

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It’s better for everyone to get it right first time

Blog post 24/04/2017Eilís Keeble

With so much focus on older people it's important not to overlook opportunities to improve care for children and young people.

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The rising challenge of children’s urgent and emergency care

Blog post 24/04/2017John Criddle | Isobel Howe

A call for an integrated approach to care redesign for services for infants, children and young people.

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Focus on: Emergency hospital care for children and young people

Report 24/04/2017Eilís Keeble | Lucia Kossarova

As the NHS emerges from its toughest winter yet, attention has been focused on the impact of older people on the health system. But younger people (up to the age of 24) are also frequent users of emergency care and, like older people, require specialist care.

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