Projects we fund
We fund hundreds of improvement and research projects around the UK looking for ways to improve the quality of health services
Fit Families for the Future: Improving our recognition and response to children and families struggling with obesity
This project is aiming to transform the lives of children and families who are struggling with weight issues.
Using cognitive behavioural therapy techniques to improve medicines-related consultations in cardiac health
This project is aiming to positively affect patients’ adherence to medication, beliefs about medicines and quality of life in the area of cardiac health.
Engaging the workforce in real time: listening, understanding and responding to what matters most to our staff
This project is aiming to understand and improve the staff experience across the Trust, while also building on the quality of the patient experience.
Creative activities to improve staff wellbeing, quality of care and the way people living with dementia and their carers support their own health
This project is aiming to use creative activities to make a positive contribution to the health and wellbeing of staff and people with dementia.
Antenatal Care Education (ACE): improving patient and staff experience through better birth preparedness
This project is aiming to improve birth experience and subsequent symptoms of stress, anxiety and trauma.
This project is aiming to reduce the need for general anaesthetic in MRI scans for children, and to increase MRI compliance in adult patients who are claustrophobic.
This project will involve co-designing a fatigue risk management strategy to help teams effectively manage night shift fatigue.
Developing Innovative clinical pathway for women with Autism spectrum features and Eating Disorders (DIAED)
This project will involve developing recommendations for a structured pathway for women with autism spectrum disorder and anorexia nervosa.
A clinically designed stratification tool to develop a tier-based approach to delivery of care in general practice
This project will involve identifying patients from a GP practice who need greater continuity and coordination of care.
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