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Electronic health records in care homes

With support from the West of England AHSN, Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire (BSW) CCG built on a recent trial using an early ‘mobile’ version of TPP’s SystmOne electronic health record, by introducing a new care home module across a small number of care homes. Early feedback is indicating demonstrable benefits in…

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RESTORE2 training for care providers

Building on the AHSN’s leadership of national projects to support the management of deterioration including New Early Warning Score (NEWS2) and ED Safety Checklist, since December 2019 free RESTORE2 training has been delivered to over 2240 care staff across the region. Originally created by Hampshire, Southampton and Isle of Wight CCG, RESTORE2 is an escalation…

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LatchAid is an easy-to-use breastfeeding support app which utilises cutting-edge 3D interactive and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to help parents learn vital breastfeeding skills. It also allows users to connect with others for invaluable peer-to-peer and professional support. With our support and expertise, LatchAid has grown from business acorn to a winner of the Innovate…

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getUBetter is a digital self-management physiotherapy platform, for all common musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries and conditions and women’s pelvic health. It is helping Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) to support care management across their entire local care pathways. getUBetter can support the self-management of 80% of new, recurrent, or long-term MSK conditions presenting to primary care, providing…

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SHarED (Supporting High impact users in Emergency Departments)

The SHarED (Supporting High impact users in Emergency Departments) project aimed to improve outcomes for the most frequent users of Emergency Departments (EDs). High impact users (HIU) of EDs suffer some of the most severe health inequalities in the UK. There is also a significant financial impact on the NHS with some HIU costing £30,000…

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PReCePT – preventing cerebral palsy in preterm babies

Every year around 4,000 women in the UK give birth very early because of complications with their pregnancy. Being born too early is the leading cause of cerebral palsy, which has a lifelong impact on children and families. Magnesium sulphate (MgSO4) given during preterm labour reduces the relative risk of cerebral palsy in very preterm…

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