Our plans and reports
Reporting on our services
Throughout the year, we publish plans that set out how we will improve our services. We also provide reports on how we have performed against previous plans.
- Our Annual reports looks back at our successes, finances and priorities from the previous financial year.
- Our Care Quality Commission (CQC) reports are available to read and download on the CQC's website
- Our Quality accounts review the improvements we have made in the previous financial year and how we will improve our care in the coming year.
- Our Annual goals outlines the areas we’re currently working on, including the delivery of high quality care, becoming an employer of choice, our finances, working in partnership with our healthcare colleagues and our performance.
We also publish data on our performance and finances. A comprehensive list of our publications can be found in a our publication scheme.
Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals Strategy 2021-2025
The nursing, midwifery and AHP strategy sets out the standards of care that we want to provide at Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust over the next five years. As a Trust we are aiming to provide the outstanding care that we would want for our own family and friends. This strategy is closely aligned to the Trust’s strategic plan, PRIDE values, aims and objectives. It has also been developed to reflect the national and local policy drivers, notably:
- A Framework for Nursing, Midwifery and Care Staff (2016)
- NHS Long Term Plan (2019)
- Interim NHS People Plan (2019)
Our strategy also upholds the Nursing, Midwifery Council Code (2015)4 principles:
- Prioritise people
- Practice effectively
- Preserve safety
- Promote professionalism and trust
One code, four themes. Together, they signify good nursing and midwifery practice with the ultimate aim of patient protection.
We have been on a journey and made significant improvements in so much of our practice. This strategy builds on and sets a trajectory for achieving our nursing, midwifery and AHP ambitions over the next five years.