"Recognition of Stroke, stroke mimics and history taking; is my patient having a stroke?"
West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts is supporting a brand new community campaign, ‘Looking out for our Neighbours’, which aims to help prevent loneliness in our communities by encouraging people to do simple things to look out for one another.
Over the last few months, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS FT and Airedale NHS FT have been working together to develop and further improve stroke care between the two hospitals.
The West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts want to make it easier for their staff to work across WYAAT for their own personal development and to provide the best possible services for our patients and those who use our services.
People need joined up care more than ever before and some of the simplest changes can make the biggest difference. New health and care initiatives are being designed to make hospitals and care homes more proactive across West Yorkshire and Harrogate. One of these initiatives is the ‘Red Bag’ scheme which gives reassurance to patients that they have everything they need with them when they are admitted to hospital.