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COVID-19: The Complete Winter Planning Toolkit


The UK could be entering a second wave of Covid-19 and as winter approaches, we expect to see a sharp increase in influenza cases. With COVID-19 and flu likely to over-lap this winter, there is a pressing need for care providers to stay prepared for the dual burden of winter flu and COVID-19.

Therefore, we have crafted a 60-page toolkit entitled 'COVID Ready: Here to Care'. It is specifically created to help care providers avoid service users being admitted to hospital, support early discharge if they are admitted and ultimately reduce the risk of the service user acquiring COVID-19.

The toolkit is composed of four sections, starting with ‘’Leadership’, then ‘Hospital Discharge’, ‘Communication’ and ‘Quality of Life’. The toolkit includes easy-to-read fact sheets, templates, infographics and audit tools. All these materials are designed to enable care professional to review their strengths and weakness and anticipate actions required for the winter season.

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The UK could be entering a second wave of Covid-19 and as winter approaches, we expect to see a sharp increase in influenza cases. With COVID-19 and flu likely to over-lap this winter, there is a pressing need for care providers to stay prepared for the dual burden of winter flu and COVID-19.

Therefore, we have crafted a 60-page toolkit entitled ‘COVID Ready: Here to Care’. It is specifically created to help care providers avoid service users being admitted to hospital, support early discharge if they are admitted and ultimately reduce the risk of the service user acquiring COVID-19.

The toolkit is composed of four sections, starting with ‘’Leadership’, then ‘Hospital Discharge’, ‘Communication’ and ‘Quality of Life’. The toolkit includes easy-to-read fact sheets, templates, infographics and audit tools. All these materials are designed to enable care professional to review their strengths and weakness and anticipate actions required for the winter season.

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