This project aims to transform the delivery of care for patients with IBD, improve patient experience, and increase the efficiency and capacity of the clinical service.
We’re highlighting four projects, all funded through our Innovating for Improvement programme, that are testing new approaches to using data for quality improvement.
This project is aiming to improve successful operative vaginal birth (OVB) and reduce the number of Caesarean sections needed.
Thie project is aiming to increase access to timely, appropriate primary care, reduce secondary care demand, improve the patient experience and increase GP availability.
This project is aiming to facilitate supported self-management and proactive health monitoring in the peri-operative period, leading to improved post-operative outcomes.
The project is targeting patients presenting to stroke units in Greater Manchester with acute intracerebral haemorrhage.
The Health Foundation has selected 21 new projects to be part of the sixth round of its £1.5 million innovation programme, Innovating for Improvement.
Published journal: Milbank Quarterly
Re-conceptualising holism in the contemporary nursing mandate: From individual to organisational relationships
Published journal: Social Science and Medicine
What to expect when you're evaluating healthcare improvement: a concordat approach to managing collaboration and uncomfortable realities
Published journal: BMJ Quality & Safety