Accelerating FemTech will support innovators to boost the development of technology solutions to address current challenges in women’s health. Accelerating FemTech is divided into two programmes:
The CVD Prevention Fellowship was a quality improvement programme for primary care clinicians in south London.
Covid-19 posed many challenges to the delivery of routine primary care, including the completion of annual diabetes reviews. During this time, the You and Type 2 Risk Stratified Pathway was developed
Measuring Dementia Outcomes The Healthy Ageing team at Health Innovation Network (HIN) have been working with Innovations in Dementia to test an innovative feedback tool based on the dementia i-statem
Spotting the Signs of Sepsis Safe Discharge Video: Digital Pack This digital pack has been designed for use by clinicians within Primary Care Environments. Contents 1. Purpose 2. The video 3. The acc
Spotting the Signs of Sepsis Safe Discharge Video: Digital Pack This digital pack has been designed for use by clinicians within Paediatric Emergency Departments (EDs) Contents 1. Purpose 2. The vide
This report aims to capture current practice, summarise the evidence base and provide measures to support decision making that tailors the technology and software design to local service needs Projec
Research Summer School The Research Summer School is a key part of the HIN capacity building programme to develop the future research workforce and will be delivered in conjunction with CLAHRC. Previo
Innovation and Darzi Fellows HIN has been successful in recruiting two Darzi Fellows this year as part of the national programme. They will be working in the areas of Atrial Fibrillation and Patient S
A leadership programme that offers both personal and professional development. It aims to prepare aspiring leaders to innovate and collaborate to address problems that require organisations to work together to find solutions.
The Stroke Prevention team supported delivering the pilot programme and providing training and education support on the virtual clinic model to the seconded specialist in south London Project overvie
Healthier You is the NHS type 2 Diabetes Prevention Programme. It’s the first nationwide programme of its kind in the world, offering those at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes a place on a nine-m
People living with type 1 diabetes need to self-care on an almost hourly basis to allow them to achieve tight glycaemic control and reduce risk of diabetes related complications. Structured education
Insulin Safety Improving insulin safety on discharge from hospital for older adults with diabetes Insulin is recorded as a high risk medication with over 5,000 patient safety incidents reported betwee
Commissioning of an effective anticoagulation patient pathway The HIN Stroke Prevention team are working with local commissioners and providers of anticoagulation services to assist in the effective r
As part of a national Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) project to increase detection of AF, the HIN welcomed expressions of interest from local CCGs and networks to trial mobile ECG devices for
Improving the diagnosis and management of AF in older adults with additional needs (Funded by a BMS-Pfizer Alliance Medical Education Goods and Services (MEGS) This project will address unmet need in
The Health Innovation Network and London Ambulance Service (LAS) NHS Trust have worked in partnership to develop and implement an improved referral pathway for people who require LAS assistance for a
Project Overview All CCGs, acute trusts and community trusts are encouraged to get involved in the major programme now underway to increase uptake of structured education for people with type 1 and ty
In light of the increasing demand upon NHS diabetes services, achieving good outcomes for people with type 1 diabetes can be a challenge. As the NHS struggles to keep pace with demand and advances in
Diabetes Improvement Collaborative Improving self-management of insulin therapy through better access to appropriate use of technologies Type 1 diabetes affects more than 370,000 adults in the UK, it
Our MSK Improvement and Innovation forum (formerly the Back Pain Forum) was set up to address an identified need for a regular in-person information sharing event to showcase innovative interventions,
ESCAPE-pain is an award-winning exercise programme that helps patients feel more in control of their pain, and more able to do things they enjoy. An app version of the programme, which has been downloaded more than 1,000 times, features the exercise videos that can help improve mobility and reduce knee and hip pain.
A high proportion of admissions and readmissions to hospitals are from residents in care homes. Care homes in South London have expressed a need for better information sharing and communication durin