ACT now! Improving self-care and emotional wellbeing in people with type 2 diabetes

Scotland
Run at NHS Grampian, led by a multidisciplinary team based in Aberdeen, this project aimed to improve the emotional wellbeing and self-management skills of adults living with type 2 diabetes in the large and predominantly rural area covered by NHS Grampian. The team developed a web-based guided s...

Sheffield Microsystems Coaching Academy

Yorkshire and the Humber
Led by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with The US Dartmouth Institute Microsystem Academy, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust, and Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, this project aimed to develop capability to improve quality of care a...

Enabling people to self manage musculoskeletal pain

Yorkshire and the Humber
This project, led by Sloan Medical Centre in Sheffield, aimed to investigate whether a web-based resource could help people with chronic musculoskeletal pain improve their health literacy and self-manage their condition more effectively. The team worked with patients to co-design a website provid...

Promoting patients’ priorities through user generated quality of life measures (My QuOL-T)

South west England
This project, led by Children’s Hospice South West in partnership with the University of West England, aimed to support families affected by childhood life-limiting conditions to monitor issues that have an impact on their quality of life, and to improve communication with health care professiona...

Continuous remote monitoring of ill children

Midlands
Led by Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Trust in partnership with the McLaren Formula 1 team, this project aimed to develop a paediatric early warning system to accurately identify deterioration in very sick children in paediatric intensive care. The project used innovative technology from Form...