Led by Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust. A project aimed at infants with complex congenital heart disease. Will support decision making by families and children’s community teams, therefore improving safety and quality of care, and standardising care provision...
This project aims to reduce the frequency of critically high bed occupancy states, and therefore improve patient care and experience in acute hospitals
Led by Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust (GOSH), in partnership with University College London Hospitals (UCLH). An innovative project aimed at young people with arthritis across GOSH and UCLH. Aiming to increase engagement with health care and levels of self-m...
This project is aiming to identify patients with alcohol related brain injury (ARBI) at an early stage in the care pathway.
A nurse-led approach to personalised, coordinated, multidisciplinary care in new haemodialysis patients
North west England
This project tested a novel nurse-led pathway to improve co-ordination of personalised multi-disciplinary care.
South west England
Run by University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with the Universities of Southampton and Sheffield, Health Education Wessex, Wessex Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, Academic Health Sciences Network and the Sheffield Emergency Care Fo...
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.
This project aims to improve quality of care and self-management of children and young people with ADHD and their families.
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.
AlcoChange is an innovative behaviour change model developed by a team at the trust. The project will involve providing ALD patients with a smartphone app and breathalyser that will enable them to accurately self-monitor their alcohol intake.