Implementation of the National Early Warning Score in patients with suspicion of sepsis: evaluation of a system-wide quality improvement project

@article{Pullyblank2020ImplementationOT,
  title={Implementation of the National Early Warning Score in patients with suspicion of sepsis: evaluation of a system-wide quality improvement project},
  author={A. Pullyblank and Alison Tavar{\'e} and H. Little and E. Redfern and Hein le Roux and M. Inada-Kim and Kate Cheema and A. Cook},
  journal={The British Journal of General Practice},
  year={2020},
  volume={70},
  pages={e381 - e388}
}
Background The National Early Warning Score (NEWS) was introduced to standardise early warning scores (EWS) in England. It has been recommended that NEWS should be used in pre-hospital care but there is no published evidence that this improves outcomes. In 2015, the West of England Academic Health Science Network region standardised to NEWS across all healthcare settings. Calculation of NEWS was recommended for acutely unwell patients at referral into secondary care. Aim To evaluate whether… Expand
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