Enabling self-management and shared haemodialysis care in hospital based dialysis

Yorkshire and the Humber
Led by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, alongside York and Leeds Hospital Trusts, this project aimed to reduce the reliance of dialysis patients on nursing staff by enabling individuals to take control of their dialysis. The team developed a course to equip dialysis nurses with ...

Patient record access: turning it on, sharing the learning

Led by the NHS Alliance in partnership with InHealth Associates, NHS Lewisham, NHS Berkshire East PCT, the Royal College of GPs, and Diabetes UK, this project aimed to change the dynamic between the NHS and its service users, and between the individual and their health workers, by initiating a so...

Shared decision making in child and adolescent mental health care

Run by the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Evidence Based Practice Unit at University College London and the Anna Freud Centre, partnered by the CAMHS Outcomes Research Consortium and YoungMinds, this project aimed to improve quality in child and adolescent mental health care ...

M(ums)-Power: putting women at the centre of antenatal care

Led by University College London Partners, with other partners including Mumsnet and Camden Social Enterprise, this project aimed to create cultural change and system transformation to place the needs and preferences of women at the centre of antenatal care. The project team designed an intellige...

Transforming the culture of mental health services through peer support

Led by the Institute of Mental Health in partnership with Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and based at the University of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, this project aimed to promote recovery-focused practice for mental health patients, improving the experience of servic...

Promoting compassionate health care for homeless people

Led by University College London Hospital, working with NHS trusts and homelessness charities, this project aimed to transform interaction between health workers and homeless people in order to provide better quality care, resulting in improved life expectancy and life chances.

Speaking up: Resolving NHS complaints and preventing problems from recurring

Led by the Patients Association, partnered by Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust alongside Pilgrim Projects and the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcomes and Deaths (NCEPOD), this project aimed to transform the complaints system at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.