Neuro LTC: Online integrated care plan

This project aims to improve communication and integration across various care settings, improve patient care and increase self-management capabilities.

Parkinson’s Advanced Symptom Unit (PASU)

North east England
PASU is a rapid access, community based, self-referral service for patients with advanced PD, and addresses both physical and mental wellbeing – the first of its kind in the country.

Virginia Newcombe, Clinician Scientist Fellow

East of England
Virginia is currently finishing her specialty training in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge.

Self-management support following traumatic brain injury

London
Led by a team at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with Bridges, a social enterprise, this project aimed to improve quality of life following traumatic brain injury. The project adapeted and delivered the ‘Bridges' self-management support package, originally designed fo...

Acute Stroke Unit

Midlands
Run by University Hospital of North Staffordshire at the Hyper Acute Stroke Unit, this project focused on the patient pathway by ensuring specialist stroke care was provided from point of admission through to discharge. As well as gaining a better understanding of the patient experience, staff en...

Charlie Davie, GenerationQ fellow

London
Charlie is a Consultant Neurologist at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust and Programme Director for Neuroscience at UCL Partners, an academic health science partnership which aims to translate cutting edge research into clinical practice. Charlie qualified in medicine from the Univers...

Barry Seemungal, Clinician Scientist Fellow

London
Dr Seemungal is a neurologist based at Imperial College London. He sub-specialises in neuro-otology, a speciality that has traditionally dealt with problems of the inner ear vestibular organ.

Headsmart: Promoting earlier diagnosis of brain tumours in children

Midlands
Led by Dr David Walker, Professor of Paediatric Oncology, and Dr Sophie Wilne, Senior Trainee in Paediatric Oncology, at Nottingham University, this project aimed to ensure earlier diagnosis of brain tumours in children, to reduce the risk of death or long-term brain damage. The project team deve...

Optimising care pathways for acute stroke and transient ischaemic attack

Midlands
Led by Dr Anthony Kenton, Consultant Neurologist at University Hospital Coventry, this project aimed to improve the quality of urgent care for strokes and transient ischaemic attacks. The project team developed and implemented a hyper-acute evidence-based pathway from urgent care through to secon...

Delivering better care for infants with brain injury

East of England
Run by Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in conjunction with the East of England Perinatal Network, this project aimed to improve the care of infants born with hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy (HIE), a critical shortage of blood flow and oxygen to the brain.

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