Diabetes and person-centred care

Diabetes is one of the most common long term conditions and represents up to 10% of NHS spending in England and Wales. Here we showcase our work and funded improvement projects that focuses on impr...

Spreading self-management support

Spreading Self-Management is supporting four health economies that are already engaged in self-management support to find out more about how to effectively deliver self-management support and to sh...


MAGIC: Shared decision making

MAGIC worked with frontline health care professionals in various clinical settings on different ways of encouraging shared decision making and spreading learning across the health care community.


Patient and Family-centred Care

Run in partnership with The King’s Fund, building on the Hospital Pathways programme, Patient and Family-centred Care broke new ground in improving the experience of hospital care for patients and ...


Hospital Pathways programme

Worked with patients, families, health care staff and hospital boards to improve patient experience. Five trusts took part, each working across two care pathways. A partnership with The King...


Year of Care

The Year of Care programme aimed to improve the care of people with diabetes and provide a framework for personalised care in long-term conditions, put those with diabetes in the driving seat and g...


Co-creating Health

Co-creating Health aimed to embed self-management support within mainstream health services across the UK.


Realising the Value

Realising the Value was funded by NHS England and led by Nesta and the Health Foundation, working in partnership with Voluntary Voices, the Institute of Health and Society at Newcastle Universit...