This hour-long webinar, hosted by Adrian Sieff, Assistant Director at the Health Foundation, provides an excellent introduction to how to understand and implement shared decision making and self-management support into mainstream health care services. It includes presentations by Nahid Ahmad and Holly Krelle from ICF International.
Developed with funding from West Midlands SHA, Care Fit for VIPS is a free, safe, easy-to-use online toolkit that gives you everything you need to get started on understanding and implementing person-centred dementia care.
The aim of the AQuA Shared Decision Making and Self-Management Support Collaborative programme was to achieve a 10% improvement in the number of patients actively engaged in their care and treatment. This report describes the work undertaken by 22 teams taking part in the programme and their learning.
The Health Foundation's annual SHINE programme supports health services to find new approaches to delivering healthcare. In 2012 the programme sponsored a wide range of projects designed to support patients to be active partners in their own care. This booklet collates information posters produced at the end of the programme summarising the challenge, intervention, learning and results.
This series of booklets summarises evidence from 779 systematic reviews on ways to make person-centred care happen. The booklets cover: self-management support; shared decision making; enhancing experience of healthcare; improving information and understanding; and promoting prevention.
Designed to help local organisations increase the spread and adoption of innovation, this includes a framework to assess local readiness and likely success of the spread and adoption and suggestions, tools and examples of what others have done to increase the spread and adoption of innovations.