Post-Operative Morbidity reporting using Visual Life Adjusted Displays (POM-VLAD)

The project aims to improve the use of post-operative morbidity data by clinicians in order to improve quality of care and patient outcomes.

Using live operational data and improvement science to help primary care teams deliver better patient care: the Tower Hamlets EQUIP programme

This project aims to help GP practices work smarter using existing resources, supplemented by live operational data and coaching/training, to make effective operational changes.

Preparing for surgery: The community pre-habilitation and wellbeing project (the PREP-WELL Project)

This project aims to improve patient health and fitness prior to surgery, leading to improved outcomes postoperatively.

My contraceptive choice

This project aims to change contraceptive conversations to improve satisfaction with contraceptive methods and reduce unintended pregnancy.

Facilitating heroin smokers’ access to existing community COPD services in Liverpool

This project aims to reduce hospital admissions for heroin users who have developed chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

A learning health system approach to avoiding acute occupancy crises

This project aims to reduce the frequency of critically high bed occupancy states, and therefore improve patient care and experience in acute hospitals

Listen, Learn and Improve: Language analysis of patient feedback

This project aims to generate intelligence from patient feedback to increase understanding of patient experience and enable mangers to devise quality improvement interventions.

Using marketing automation techniques to improve information delivery and lifestyle change in patients with diabetes

This project aims to improve the engagement and self-management of patients with diabetes through an in information and education hub. 

Development and evaluation of a renal learning health system across inner east London

This project aims to increase GP confidence in disease management and improve identification of patients at risk of chronic kidney disease progression.

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