Patient Care Packs save time and money Written by Patient Care Packs We’ve known that nurses and patients alike really value the small bag of toiletries that we supply, because the feedback is alway
HIN out and about in London Find out what our HIN team has been up to recently, and some events we’ve taken part in or led. Technology & Informatics On 13 September, our T&I team visited Tam
Older Adults recover well from common mental health conditions We all need to do more to recognise older adults who may have depression and anxiety; older adults engage well with IAPT (including digi
Powerful film aims to tackle stigma that patients with alcohol problems face A powerful new film to support an e-learning package has been unveiled to reduce the stigma that patients with alcohol prob
Health innovation body in south London scoops Financial Times/VitalityHealth healthiest workplace prize HIN has been recognised as one of Britain’s Healthiest Workplaces in the prestigious Financial
Workshop to improve detection and care of sepsis in children Sepsis affects thousands of children every year so our new film (see below) and this workshop aims to help clinicians care for septic child
£114k awarded to drive NHS innovations across South London Money directed at local projects will deliver innovations in health for patients across south London. Twelve projects including schemes to
Health Innovation Network Annual Review now available 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 whi
New Atrial Fibrillation toolkit helps prevent strokes and saves lives Health professionals across London today have access to a brand new, online Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Toolkit, improving the detect
‘Spotting the Signs of Sepsis’: Awareness film up now on NHS choices The Health Innovation Network (HIN) has been working in partnership with NHS England and the ASK SNIFF Safety Netting
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.
Smartphones among digital tech transforming London’s NHS Digital technologies – from smartphone apps that help people successfully manage their diabetes, avoid “no shows” at hospit