The Doctaly Assist platform, created by the health tech company Doctaly, uses WhatsApp to monitor and manage patients with COVID-19 in the community by facilitating the collection of patient informati
Our Community and Care Home Programmes Team has been supporting South East London Integrated Care System (ICS) to increase awareness of Urgent Community Response services amongst care homes and telehe
The HIN Anti-Racism Programme took place between May 2020 and May 2023, with the aim of supporting the HIN in its goal to become an actively anti-racist organisation. In order to evaluate the effectiv
The InHIP maternity project aims to implement placental growth factor (PlGF) testing at Croydon University Hospital maternity unit and to improve access to risk management of high blood pressure throughout the maternity pathway.
The InHIP Cardiovascular Disease Prevention project is a pilot of a pharmacist-led community lipid management hub in Bexley, targeting those patients with existing cardiovascular disease not currently treated to target, with a specific focus on the CORE20 and PLUS populations in NHS England’s Core20PLUS5 framework.
The InHIP respiratory project in partnership with South London ICBs will be delivered between October 2022 – March 2024.
We led the scale up of the musculoskeletal pain intervention, ESCAPE-pain, from 2013 to 2021, when the programme was licensed to Orthopaedic Research UK.
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The rapid uptake of digital healthcare channels offers huge benefits, but evidence also suggests a close correlation between digital exclusion and social disadvantage. People with protected characteri
Led by NHS England, the National Maternity and Neonatal Safety Improvement Programme’s (MatNeoSIP) mission is to create and embed the conditions for all staff to improve the safety and outcomes
Healthy Eating and Active Lifestyles for Diabetes (HEAL-D) in African and Caribbean communities.In the UK, people of African and Caribbean heritage are disproportionately affected by type 2 diabetes (
Women and birthing people from a Black, Asian or mixed ethnic background are up to five times more likely to experience poor outcomes during their maternity journey, including a higher risk of materna