Celebrating Difference: Improving psychological wellbeing in children and young people living with chronic physical illness
This project used a group intervention combining narrative therapy and therapeutic play to promote the psychological wellbeing of children and young people living with chronic physical illness and their carers.
This project tested a consent initiative with patients undergoing elective hip and knee replacement, with the aim of improving patient understanding of the risks of surgery and its implications.
Managing medically unexplained symptoms through screening, training and tailored psychological treatment
South west England
This project developed and implemented a screening tool for GPs and a specialist primary care service based on a new cognitive behavioural approach to medically unexplained symptoms.
North west England
This project aimed to improve patient experience and reduce hospital admissions through an innovative service-wide response that utilised partnership working, bespoke telephone triage assessment tools and remote clinical support.
Personalising care for patient sub-groups in general practice: segmenting within general practice to improve health and increase efficiency
This project aimed to improve care, outcomes and experience for sub-groups of patients who are frequent users of general practice and who have gaps in the care they receive.
North west England
This project aimed to reduce the time to treatment decision from 30 days to a maximum of seven days by implementing the RAPID programme, which enables early diagnosis.
UCLH Enhanced Recovery App (ER-App): improving peri-operative quality for elective surgery using data on pathway compliance and surgical outcomes
This project aimed to improve patient outcomes following oesophago-gastric surgery, using a software application, the ER-App, to drive up the standard of peri-operative care.
Developing and evaluating i-THRIVE grids for supporting shared decision making in child mental health care
Developed and implemented i-THRIVE grids decision aids for use with young people with mental health difficulties in Camden, London.
Bringing CAMHS closer to home: Developing community pharmacies to support medication monitoring in children and young people
South east England
This project aimed to improve care for children and young people (CYP) with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and related conditions.
This project used innovative tools to deliver emotional coaching and behaviour change strategies to families of patients with severe anorexia nervosa.