Our project management approach ensures teams stay focused on realising benefits and derive new learning through the set-up, implementation, evaluation and sustainability, and spread phases.
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NHS Bolton designed and tested innovative mobile technologies in their ‘Alcohol Relapse Prevention Programme’. The components covered client engagement with an aftercare programme, mood monitoring with personalised feedback and options for an individual to engage when experiencing cravings or relapse.
Dr Debra Malone
Consultant in Public Health – NHS Bolton
To promote self-management and reduce hospital admissions through controlling hypertension, NHS Stoke-on-Trent introduced interactive text-based telehealthcare in the general practice setting. Amongst the benefits was a very high satisfaction rate from patients, stabilisation of uncontrolled hypertension and prevention of deterioration in Chronic Kidney Disease. The System called FLO (Annie in the US) has gone on in 2016 to have been applied in healthcare to help self-management and 2 way collaboration with clinicians in Community nursing, General Practice, Mental health and Social care, Education in England, Wales, Scotland, USA, Australia + others
Chair – Simple Shared Healthcare Social Enterprise,Clinical Messaging Consultant to the US VHAVisiting Fellow, Health Sciences, The NHS Innovator of the Year 2012 – NHS Simple
We design events in a way that not only shares learning but actively promotes the sustainability and spread of benefits to patients. The aim of the Dorset Pain Management Unit was to tackle the problem of people developing chronic back pain by delivering Pain Management Programmes (PMPs) as an early intervention. The PMPs also promoted self-management by including training for sufferers
Meherzin Das – Clinical Psychologist
Clinical Lead – Dorset Pain Management Unit