A nurse-led intervention to identify and manage patients with alcohol-related brain injury

This project aimed to identify patients with alcohol-related brain injury (ARBI) at an early stage in the care pathway.

Relational Coordination to improve inter-team dynamics in two pathways of care

This project aimed to improve system performance, clinical outcomes and care delivery.

‘See what I see’: remote clinical assessment for people in care homes using head-mounted technology

This project aimed to reduce waiting times and hospital admissions, and improve quality of care and GP capacity.

Psycho-social interventions to improve self-management of long-term conditions

This project aimed to encourage active and effective self-care and improve quality of life for people with long-term conditions.

Facilitating new models of care within Integrated Community Services

This project aimed to improve service delivery and quality of life for patients by ensuring they see the right person, in the right place, at the right time.

Person-centred arts and culture to improve wellbeing

This project focused on people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and children with lower level mental health problems.

Sing and Say: web-based language stimulation activities for children with craniofacial anomalies

This project aimed to stimulate language learning for children with delayed language development who have limited access to local speech and language therapy services.

Supporting Self-Care: self-management support intervention for older people with frailty

This project aimed to help older people with mild frailty self-manage their health and wellbeing through collaborative working between primary care and the voluntary sector.

Reaching out to fathers: enhancing engagement in the perinatal period

This project aimed to better engage and support fathers in Tameside and Glossop during the perinatal period.

Operative vaginal birth simulation training for junior obstetricians

This project aimed to improve successful operative vaginal birth (OVB) and reduce the number of Caesarean sections needed.

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