Case Studies

Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust

Leeds Children’s Hospital TV – a 21st Century Approach to information giving

This project pertains to all children and young people treated in our hospital – but, it is also transferrable to other centres.


Children and young people in hospital (CYP) need to be informed in order to be involved in their care and treatment.  This leads to better control for them, helps with self-management of care, allays fears and positively enhances their experience and improve health outcomes.



FAB – Frailty Assessment Base – The Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust

General Summary

The service – FAB – Frailty Assessment Base – brings together the whole system to address the frailty needs of older people in once place by a multi-disciplinary team; reducing admissions, increasing confidence, enabling patients to go home. FAB has proved to be successful in its ambitions to make an impact on individuals and the system.

Based on evaluation of evidence, best practice; involving key stakeholders and led by senior clinicians, specialists in their fields, FAB enables the pooling of expertise within a clear framework and objectives to improve the patients experience, reduce admissions and increase the system’s ability to manage frailty.




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