Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals FT: The Recognise and Respond Team - Optimising Care, Supporting Excellence

The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is a 1,200-bed tertiary hospital with a critical care outreach team functioning 12/7. The Recognise and Respond Team, launched in June 2021 expands the scope of practice to include 24/7 deteriorating response, education and quality assurance and resuscitation arms. The team supports the upskilling of ward-based care by supporting ward teams, providing education, training, audit, improvement as well as acute enhanced care assessment, treatments and escalation.

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