Working together: creating collaborative care in residential care homes

This project aims to improve the quality of health and care services for people living in residential care.

Integrating primary, community and social care services within an extended primary care team

This project is aiming to improve service delivery and quality of life for patients by ensuring they see the right person, in the right place, at the right time.

Using a health literacy approach to generate improvements for people with long-term conditions

North east England
Run by Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with West End Family Health and HealthWORKS in Newcastle, UK and Deakin University in Australia. Focusing on people with long-term conditions in primary and specialist care. Will use the Ophelia (OPtimising HEalth LIteracy ...

Maternal risk assessment: management by and with pregnant women

Scotland
Run by NHS Borders, in partnership with the Scottish Government’s Early Years Collaborative and the Digital Health Institute. Focusing on risk management in maternity care. Aiming to improve maternal outcomes and engage pregnant women in managing the risks associated with pregnancy. Will...

Using accessible technology to improve the health and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities

Midlands
Run by Hft, a charity providing services for people with learning disabilities in England. Project to be piloted in two populations of 20 people with learning disabilities –in Gloucestershire and Bradford. Aiming to improve communication and care quality, and enable people with learning di...

The dementia ‘Golden Ticket’ – an emerging new model of care

South east England
Run by Buxted Medical Centre, in partnership with the local Clinical Commissioning Group, mental health trust, voluntary organisations, county council and the surrounding community. An innovative model of intervention delivered in primary care and the community. Aimed at addressing gaps in...

Developing a model of recognition and rescue of the deteriorating patient across community settings

Scotland
This project aimed to improve and standardise the early recognition of deteriorating patients in the community setting to allow timely intervention and treatment.