Patientengesteurte digitale Gesundheitskontrolle bei chronischen Erkrankungen – Somerset Schmerz-Management-Dienst und Kenn deine eigene Gesundheit
Online-Tool für Patienten fürs Selbstmanagement
Approche personnalisée pour favoriser la réadaptation de patients victimes d’un AVC - Early supported discharge after stroke
Service visant à réduire la durée des soins hospitaliers chez les patients victimes d'un accident vasculaire cérébral
Le service permet de réduire la durée d’hospitalisation des patients victimes d'un accident vasculaire cérébral (AVC) et souffrant de symptômes légers à modérés. La rééducation est organisée au domicile du patient.
Assistance en ligne pour patients souffrant de maladies chroniques - Somerset Pain management Service et Know Your Own Health
Outil en ligne d’autogestion de la douleur
Ce projet est un exemple d’utilisation innovante des technologies de l’information dans le secteur de la santé. Il s’agit d’un service en ligne d’aide aux personnes souffrant de douleur chronique, qui vise à les engager activement dans la prise en charge de leur douleur, en développant leurs compétences et leur confiance.
A new model of dementia care for people on an acute mental health ward. It draws on the 'recovery model' which aims to harness patients' skills and understandings in order to enhance their experience of care and improve service efficiency. Dementia patients are involved and enabled to co-produce and share decision-making in the care they receive and how it is delivered.
Patient led digital health for long term health conditions - Somerset Pain management Service and Know Your Own Health
On-line patient self-management tool
This project provides an example of innovative use of internet technology in health care: an on–line package to support people with chronic pain to manage their condition for themselves. The principle is to change people’s behaviour to be actively engaged in, and to build their skills and confidence in, self-management of their pain.
Early supported discharge for stroke patients
The service provides early supported discharge (ESD) for stroke patients with mild to moderate symptoms.Early stroke specialist multidisciplinary rehabilitation and support is provided in the community (patient’s home).
Project to provide intensive personalised support to families to: increase parental employment and access to services; raise family income; build capacity of communities to tackle poverty; reduce intergenerational poverty by raising attainment and narrowing the gap. Targeted families on low incomes with children aged 2-5 in areas of high deprivation and who were in receipt of 1 or more benefits; Multi-agency team including Family Support Advisor; Benefits Officer and Housing Officer; Intensive, flexible, holistic and personalised support from housing, family and benefits experts based on
2 Health Apps, one for Health Visitors and one for parents; Focussed on infant’s social emotional and behavioural wellbeing - that early interaction between infant and carer has significant impact on neurological and physiological development; Addresses UK Department of Health’s ‘Healthy Child Programme’; This is the first use of M-learning (mobile learning) to enable practitioners and families to access learning and information focused on promoting parent and infant wellbeing.
Aims to create complex, sustainable, multifaceted change to improve care in maternity and neonatal units within health region; A multifaceted programme to promote adoption and diffusion of evidence based best practice and to tackle inequalities, through innovation, education, and collaborative working. Programme delivered across region (5 million population; 67,000 births per annum); involves wide range and number of organisations; anchored in evidence at every stage; implements conceptual framework for large scale change, using key principles for change; using co-creation approach.