Accelerating systems thinking in health care incident investigation

Midlands
Project led by a team at Loughborough Design School, Loughborough University. Research has been carried out on the impact of applying a systems approach to accident analysis across various sectors. This project will translate findings to a health care setting through an animation aimed at ...

Dr Natalie Armstrong, Improvement Science Fellow

Midlands
Natalie Armstrong is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Leicester. 

An avatar-based virtual nurse app to address urgent care demand

Midlands
Led by Vocare: West Midlands Doctors Urgent Care NHS 111, in partnership with Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group, Advanced Health and Care Ltd, Sense.ly, and Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group. To be implemented in two GP practices in Dudley that have a total populati...

Structured learning programme for paediatric type 1 diabetes patients

Midlands
Led by University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, in partnership with Leicester Diabetes Centre, The Design Unit School of Design at De Montfort University, Queen’s Medical Centre Nottingham, Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and Children and Young People’s East Midlands Diabete...

Early use of admission triage score in the emergency department to prevent crowding

Midlands
Led by Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. An innovation that will be applied to all non-injury-related adult attendances at the Trust’s Emergency Department. Aims to improve patient and staff satisfaction, and reduce length of stay, unnecessary investigations, admissions and crowdi...

Embedding a bio-psycho-social model of care in a dementia service

Midlands
Led by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust. Delivered across the dementia care workforce of an assessment and treatment unit for older adults within the Trust. Aims to change the culture of care, reduce the incidence of harm and falls, increase patient wellbeing and reduce length of stay....

Dr Tim Taylor, GenerationQ Fellow

Midlands
Since 2010 Dr Tim Taylor has been a Consultant Neuroradiologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, working as part of a specialist consultant-led team. He is also Medical Director of EMRAD, a group of seven acute trusts in the East Midlands working collaboratively to create a new share...

Dr Simon Robinson, GenerationQ Fellow

Midlands
Dr Simon Robinson has been a Paediatric Intensive Care Consultant at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust since 2013. He previously worked within paediatrics across the midlands, including specialist paediatric intensive care training at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. He also spent a year...

Nichola Crust, GenerationQ Fellow

Midlands
Nichola Crust trained as a registered general nurse, before specialising in quality and clinical governance. She has previously worked in acute and primary care organisations as Head of Quality Assurance, Clinical Governance and Quality Lead, and Head of Governance. 

Making waves – promoting a positive life experience for COPD patients: Ripple 2

Midlands
Run by South East Staffordshire and Seisdon Peninsula Clinical Commissioning Group, in partnership with Coventry University, the British Lung Foundation and University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. To be run across six health economies in the East and West Midlands. Aiming...

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