Sepsis Smart: An interactive educational video to highlight sepsis diagnostic errors

South east England
A Spreading Improvement project run by Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Trust, the UK Sepsis Trust and film producer Martin Percy. A resource for use across the UK. Will develop and disseminate an interactive educational video to highlight sepsis diagnostic errors, covering the whole sepsi...

Revalidation phase 3: Patient and public involvement

South west England
This research follows on from our 'What is Revalidation? In Policy’ and the subsequent 'What is Revalidation? In Practice' work, forming an analysis of the impact of Revalidation on perceptions of medical professionalism with patients and its framing within the national press.

Novel Psychoactive Treatment: UK Network (NEPTUNE) II: From guidance to good practice: A multi-dimensional approach to spreading improvement

Delivered by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, in partnership with Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust and other stakeholders, this is a national learning programme which aims to improve frontline clinicians’ knowledge and understanding of club drugs; improve detection, assessmen...

Rishabh Prasad, GenerationQ Fellow

Rishabh Prasad is Primary Care Director at Health Education England East Midlands, a dual governing and executive role with a budget of £360m. His role is to ensure that primary care has the right workforce, with the right training, available to implement the changes needed in the NHS.

Helen Crimlisk, GenerationQ fellow

Yorkshire and the Humber
Helen Crimlisk trained at Guy’s Hospital Medical School. She undertook psychiatry training at the Maudsley Hospital and completed her training in Sheffield after a career break abroad. She has worked in a Community Mental Health Team in Sheffield since 2005, leading a team who undertake mental he...

Amrit Sachar, GenerationQ Fellow

Dr Amrit Sachar completed her MRCPsych in 2001 and has been a consultant liaison psychiatrist at West London Mental Health Trust since 2005. Amrit is interested in workforce development, empowerment and engagement.

Spreading self-management support: Whittington Health

Led by Whittington Health, an NHS integrated care organisation in North London, this project looks at improving care of patients with long-term conditions through self-management support. As well as focusing on services for people with diabetes, COPD, asthma and musculo-skeletal pain, the team ar...

Spreading self-management support: Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

East of England
This project at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust looks at improving care of patients with long-term conditions through self-management support and is developing services spanning tertiary, secondary and primary care. It builds on earlier successful work to introduce self-manage...

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...

PROSPER: Promoting safer provision of care for elderly residents

East of England
This project aimed to improve safety and reduce harm for vulnerable care home residents, who are at particular risk of admission to hospital or significant deterioration in their health and quality of life.