Management of advanced chronic liver disease in a hospice setting – a shared care strategy

South east England
This project aimed to improve care for people with advanced chronic liver disease through timely access to support services and interventions, and hospice-based clinical and therapeutic services.

Guided online self-help for depression and cancer in adolescents (GOSH CAN)

Run by Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with the Institute of Child Health, Macmillan Cancer Support, London Cancer, University College London Partners and University College Hospital London. Focusing on adolescents with cancer and depression. ...

Person-centred approach to health and social care integration

This project from NHS Ayrshire and Arran sought to improve the quality of care and patient experience of people with long-term conditions by gaining insights from patients and clinical teams, and subsequently acting on the results to improve care integration.

Frail older people and safety across the continuum of care

An NHS Borders project, run in partnership with Healthcare Improvement Scotland, which will test the Safety Measurement and Monitoring across a pathway spanning primary, secondary and social care services, focusing on older people. The work will involve developing a set of measures to assess perf...

Prevention of swallowing difficulties

Led by Derbyshire County Primary Care Trust, this project aimed to identify dysphagia patients at an early stage, assess their needs rapidly and reduce the need for hospital admission. The team developed a range of interventions to equip care and nursing staff with the skills and knowledge to man...

Integrative care pathway for patients with medically unexplained symptoms

Run by a team from East London NHS Foundation Trust, this project aims to improve health for people with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) and to reduce unnecessary attendances. The project is piloting a service for people with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS), identified from four primary...

Peter Chamberlain, Quality Improvement Fellow

North west England
Dr Peter Chamberlain is a General Practitioner and Lead Clinician for Strategy and Innovation within South Sefton Clinical Commissioning Group. He focuses on service development and improvement across a number of sectors and is passionate about whole system service design, integration, proactive ...

Sarah Marriott, GenerationQ fellow

Sarah is Clinical Director for the Community Recovery Line and a consultant psychiatrist in community mental health services at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust.

Dimple Vyas, Quality Improvement Fellow

Yorkshire and the Humber
Dimple Vyas is a Consultant Anaesthetist with special interest in chronic pain management. Dimple works at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust – providing anaesthetics for major orthopaedic and urology surgeries and pain management services, as part of a team, for patients living wit...

Improving the care of patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD)

South west England
Run by Royal United Hospital, Bath, this project aimed to improve the service patients with COPD receive so that patients can be discharged earlier and both patients and their carers are adequately supported in the community. The main focus of the project was the implementation of the COPD discha...