New study underpins the future of person centred care

As health delivery moves away from disease-based models to person centred delivery, the study addresses the development of a new practical tool to support organisations and practitioners in delivering this new approach Public sector organisations are being driven to produce greater efficiencies and cost savings, and the NHS in particular is facing the requirement to […]

Blog: Communities of Practice

In this latest South West Patient Safety Collaborative blog, Emma Greenslade – Head of Quality – Development Nursing and Quality at NHS NEW Devon CCG talks to us about Communities of Practice. In November 2016 Lorna Collingwood-Burke, Chief Nursing Officer, at NHS Northern, Eastern and Western (NEW) Devon CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) asked me to get […]

Owlstone Medical to feature in Tomorrow’s World gallery at London’s Science Museum

Owlstone Medical, a SBRI Healthcare backed diagnostics company, has announced that their innovative disease breathalyser will feature in the Tomorrow’s World gallery at the Science Museum, London. The exhibition aims to inspire visitors with award-winning, cutting-edge scientific advances such as advanced surgical robotics, space suits and avalanche analysis technology. Owlstone’s disease breathalyser, ReCIVA™, was selected to […]

New research funding opportunity: NIHR i4i Product Development Awards

Applications are invited for the NIHR Invention for Innovation (i4i) research proposals for translational R&D projects aimed at cultivating new techniques or technologies into innovative interventions which address existing or emerging healthcare needs. i4i supports projects developing innovative medical technology including medical devices, active implantable devices and in vitro diagnostic devices. i4i also supports projects which utilise […]

Blog: The Power of Saying Thank You

Dr Gemma Crossingham, Consultant Anaesthetist at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust talks to us about using Appreciative Inquiry to improve safety at Derriford Hospital. Gemma is a participant on the Patient Safety Launch Pad and recently attended Appreciative Inquiry training organised in partnership with West Midlands Academic Health Science Network and Liverpool Consultancy Appreciating Assets. “Back […]

Using digital tools to manage complex care patients

  In his recent blog ‘Are digital tools the way to improve access to primary care?’, UCLPartners Primary Care Quality Improvement Lead, Dr Mizan Hoque, highlighted the opportunities for digital innovation to support access in primary care. In response to this, Dr Zenobia Sheikh shares her thoughts on how digital innovation is not only important […]

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