We are looking to support innovative projects that either test or pilot an innovation that improves healthcare, with a grant of up to £10,000 to £30,000 Last year we funded 10 incredible projects that either supported innovative practice that could be spread and adopted across the health and social care landscape or encouraged cross-boundary working […]
Use of hand held devices to test for irregular heart rhythm in GP surgeries, care homes and religious settings is helping prevent strokes and saving lives. Since the start of the programme, the number of additional people with AF receiving treatment each year has increased by almost 300,000 nationally. New NHS figures reveal that a […]
COVID-19 has accelerated the speed of adoption by NHS providers of technology to deliver care including the use of remote monitoring solutions. This Innovation Exchange webinar from 9-10.30am, 10 December presented by the Health Innovation Network and DigitalHealth.London Accelerator, will focus upon maximising the use of technology to monitor patients’ health conditions remotely outside of the […]
Money directed at local projects will deliver innovations in health for patients across south London. Twelve projects including schemes to improve the care of depression in older people, a new way to deliver medication to housebound patients and digital diabetes education have won funding under South London Small Grants 2017. The awards were made by […]
We’ve had a busy year here at the Health Innovation Network and we’re pleased to share an extended online edition of our annual review which showcases a selection of the work from our clinical and innovation themes. More and more we are witnessing first-hand how innovation is improving care for people in South London and […]
Health professionals across London today have access to a brand new, online Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Toolkit, improving the detection and treatment for the estimated 68,000 people in the capital at risk of an AF-related stroke. The Atrial Fibrillation Toolkit has been designed by a team of experts, including the Health Innovation Network, to help address […]
The Health Innovation Network (HIN) has been working in partnership with NHS England and the ASK SNIFF Safety Netting Collaborative to produce the “Spotting the Signs of Sepsis” film series. The film, which launched today on NHS Choices (www.nhs.uk/sepsis) and in south London Children’s Emergency Departments, features Dr Ranj, NHS doctor and TV presenter for […]
Digital technologies – from smartphone apps that help people successfully manage their diabetes, avoid “no shows” at hospitals, to tools that save time for nurses and paramedics – are beginning to transform London’s NHS services.
This year’s Catheter Care Awareness Week has built on the great campaign from last year, empowering more patients and professionals to practice the safer use of urinary catheters.
Digital technologies – from smartphone apps that help people successfully manage their diabetes, avoid “no shows” at hospitals, to tools that save time for nurses and paramedics – are beginning to transform London’s NHS services. For the first time, NHS providers in London have revealed the extent to which smartphones, the Internet and Bluetooth are […]
Our training course will give you the confidence on how to successfully set-up and deliver the ESCAPE-pain programme. ESCAPE-pain is a rehabilitation programme for people with chronic joint pain. It is suitable for patients with hip or knee pain and integrates self-management education and coping strategies with exercise individualised for each participant over six weeks (12 […]