East of England Critical Care Operational Delivery Network


East of England Critical Care Operational DeliveryNetwork

Promoting Quality Care Through Collaboration

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The aim of this website is to act as an on-line critical care community where information, knowledge and expertise is shared to support improvement of critical care services across the East of England.

Mission Statement

The East of England Critical Care Operational Delivery Network is committed to providing a model of improvement that enables people to return to the best quality of life possible following a serious illness or injury. 

The members of this network work collaboratively towards achieving a common purpose; building mechanisms to spread successful change from a framework of shared knowledge, learning and accountability. All members are equals and their diverse knowledge and opinions will be respected

The network is committed to working with commissioners, providers and users of critical care services in the delivery of patient-focused, evidence-based, safe and effective care across the East of England including in extraordinary circumstances. Members are dedicated to improving access, experience and outcomes for patients, making the necessary service improvements to reach this shared goal.


The Network is currently updating the website so please bear with us whilst we make changes.  In the meantime should you have any exciting news or topics you would like to share, please do contact mandy.baker6@nhs.net - Many thanks.

Briefing Summary

Learning from an incident involving an intravenous lidocaine infusion for acute post operative pain

Kissing Goodbye Sepsis 

Presentation by Joan Pons Laplana, James Paget Hospital from the Outreach Sharing Event on 5th July 2017


Wednesday 28th February 2018

Achieving Quality in your Critical Care Unit

Thursday 1st March 2018

Drive Forward Effective Rehabilitation for Patients after Critical Care

Friday 1st December 2017

Trauma & Neurosciences for Intensivists


Current Climate in Critical Care Study Day

23rd November 2017 - Novotel Stansted Hotel

Patient Transfer Forum Meeting

16th November 2017

10.30am - 1.00pm

Edward VII Memorial Hall, High Street, Newmarket, CB8 8JP

Critical Futures

A Report on the First Wave Survey 2017



This quality standard covers adults with rehabilitation needs as a result of critical illness that required Level 2 or Level 3 critical care.  It describes high-quality care in priority areas for improvement.

Quality Statements:

1.  Rehabilitation Goals

2.  Transfer from critical care to general ward

3.  Information on discharge from hospital

4.  Follow-up after critical care discharge


#hellomynameis is a campaign to encourage and remind healthcare staff about the importance of introductions in the delivery of care. It's not just about knowing someone's name, but it runs much deeper. It is about making a human connection, beginning a therapeutic relationship and building trust. It is the first rung on the ladder to providing compassionate care. (Dr Kate Granger)


East of England Critical Care Network

Addenbrookes Hospital

Box 93

Hills Road