Reducing emergency department crowding through predictive data analytics – flow|ER

This project aims to predict and improve the management of crowding in the emegency department at Addenbrooke's Hospital. 

Partners in birth: Empowering women to achieve physiological birth and reduce interventions

This project aims to educate and motivate expectant parents to be informed and become active participants in the birth process.

Nurse-led intervention to minimise adverse drug reactions for older adults in care homes

This project will commence in September 2017 and run for 15 months. Run by Aneurin Bevan University Health Board. A nurse-led intervention to monitor care home residents for any adverse side effects of their medicines in seven care homes.  Aims to explore whether intervention leads to sa...

Addressing non-clinical risk in people with long-term conditions and multi-morbidity to improve health outcomes

This project involves testing out a social treatment option as part of the Liverpool integrated respiratory services redesign.

A quality registry approach to support patient-centred, outcomes-focused, cost-effective care in rheumatology

This project aims to improve the quality of care provided to rheumatology patients in two health board clinics in Scotland.

Person-centred care for children with asthma using non-health care community resources: The SCORE Programme

This project aims to empower children with asthma to understand their condition, self-manage it and participate in physical activities.

A nurse led intervention to identify and manage patients with alcohol related brain injury

This project is aiming to identify patients with alcohol related brain injury (ARBI) at an early stage in the care pathway.

Relational Coordination to improve inter-team dynamics in two pathways of care

This project is aiming to improve system performance, clinical outcomes and care delivery.

‘See what I see’: remote clinical assessment for people in care homes using head-mounted technology

This project is aiming to reduce waiting times and hospital admissions, and improve quality of care and GP capacity.