This project will pilot a new risk stratification model that aims to help clinicians prevent mental health patients from needing urgent hospital care.
This project aims to develop and implement a schedule of training programmes to improve analytical capability across the Gloucestershire health and care system.
Five NHS trusts are working with Virginia Mason Institute to develop a ‘lean’ culture of continuous improvement which puts patients first.
Developing a licensed, social franchising model for regional hubs to support and sustain the roll out of effective local multi-professional maternity training
This project aims to develop a social franchise model to support, sustain and quality-assure the roll-out of PROMPT multi-professional training across the UK.
This project will scale up and spread a proven pharmacist-led intervention to reduce common medication errors in general practice, making make primary care prescribing even safer for patients.
Replicating Pathway’s homeless health hospital team model to towns and cities experiencing significant homelessness
This project will use a social franchising or licensing approach to replicate and scale a model of integrated healthcare for homeless people.
This project will use social franchising and licensing to scale up and replicate IRIS, a successful general practice-based training, support and referral programme for domestic violence and abuse.
Telemedicine for adults with cochlear implants in the UK: empowering patients to manage their own hearing health care
This project aims to improve access to care and increase patient empowerment by scaling up a successful service where people with cochlear implants are offered a personalised online support tool, home hearing test and support to adjust devices themselves.
Implementation of Redthread’s hospital-based Youth Violence Intervention Programme in the Midlands to care for young people affected by violence
This project will support young people who attend hospital because of a violence-related injury in Nottingham and Birmingham, and aims to empower young people to lead healthy, productive lives away from cycles of violence and criminality.