Clinical Best
Practice and Care

Ensuring that the services provided to children and young people are of the highest possible standard will be a key feature of every successful PACE Setter improvement programme.

To achieve these objectives, PACE Setter organisations will need to adopt innovative, proactive and dynamic approaches to the review and adjustment of their own care pathways. It should be noted that it is a requirement of the PACE Setter programme that safeguarding protocols must be compliant with, or exceed CQC standards.

Some of the best practice from award winners…

  • Asthma – Personalised asthma action plans (PAAPs)
  • Embed child with fever video as high visibility link on Practice website
  • Head Injury Pathway training
  • Common non- acute conditions – enuresis, GORD
  • Safeguarding protocols improved
  • A&E attendances review
  • Embedding clinical pathways
  • Electronic templates.

Read more about each of the elements

The Four Elements Clinical Best Practice and CareEducating and EquippingAccessing ServicesPatient and Staff Engagement

Sick child pathway template on clinical system

In conjunction with Dr David Gould, Pulborough Medical Group is beta-testing, on System One, a tool which prompts the clinician to record all the salient information necessary for a safe and complete assessment of a sick child. The template is linked to the Advice Sheet for parents which can be easily printed.

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