Clinical Support Services Division, (CSS),Safe Appendix 4B CSS Staffing Dashboard Inpatient Areas only Trust Board Quality Report July 2015 Total Funded WTE March 15 168.71 April 15 180.59 May 15 180.67 Trust March 15 2946.55 Vacancy % 11.3% 20% 19.8% 12% 11.6% 11.3% Sickness % 3.4% 3.8% 4.81% 4.2% 4.14% 4.21% Maternity/Adoption Leave % 5.5% 6.23% 6.69% 3.4% 3.3% 3.3% Agreed Staffing Levels % 87.6% 72% 84% 62.7% 71% 73% Total number of Medication Nursing Administration Errors or Concerns. Total numbers of Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers Total Number of Avoidable Grade 3-4 Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers. Total Numbers of Falls 3 3 4 62 60 70 2 1 1 94 74 108 0 0 0 1 3 Unconfirmed at the time of reporting 8 Unconfirmed at the time of reporting 1 0 1 215 234 190 Falls with moderate, major or catastrophic harm 0 0 0 3 4 2 April 15 2901.1 May 15 2953.1 May 2015 Safe Staffing by Inpatient ward for CSS division. EARLY SHIFT LATE SHIFT NIGHT SHIFT Agreed Establishment Escalation Minimum Surplus Narrative Robust recruitment plans are in place across adult critical care areas to reduce the shortfall in nursing numbers, a recruitment campaign for band 5 nurses is ongoing. Sickness levels are above the trust KPI and team leaders are undertaking return to work interviews as per the First Care and Trust policy, there are a number of staff on long term sick leave, all of which are being managed proactively in conjunction with HR. In spite of the staffing issues, the quality indicators are stable, and agreed levels of staff on shifts are consistently higher than the Trust average. This division supports the highest level of maternity/adoption leave in the Trust in patient areas. NB:These figures relate to selected inpatient areas against specific indicators that are being monitored as nursing sensitive. The figures presented are accurate as of the date the information was retrieved from Datix (on 20th of the month). Any changes to the record after these dates as a result of ongoing review or investigation may not be reflected in figures retrieved after the Safe Staffing cut-off or elsewhere (i.e. Divisional Quality reports). Please note the data represents the total count of incidents observed that meet the indicator criteria for the given period, similar indicators that are constructed/reported differently will not match the figures reported here. Full specification details are included with the Safe Staffing reports.