This case study describes how, as part of the Health Foundation's Co-creating Health programme, NHS Ayrshire and Arran developed an e-learning module to enable more health professionals to learn about self management support.
The Health Foundation’s Practitioner Development Programme distils the evidence about what works into a clear set of practical skills and tools that clinicians, health coaches and others can learn and use to support people to self-manage. This series of resources is designed to enable people to set up and run their own practitioner development programme.
Perceptions and experiences of codelivery model for self-management training for clinicians working with patients with long-term conditions at three healthcare economies in UK
This paper presents a case study evaluation of self-management training courses for clinicians working with patients with COPD and Depression, at three NHS sites in United Kingdom.
Providing a flexible approach to developing health professionals’ skills in supporting self management
This case study describes how to enable more local health professionals to receive training in self management support, the local Co-Creating Health team developed a ‘menu’ of programmes of different lengths.
This internet-based training module on telehealth, telecare and behaviour change techniques is free to individuals working in the Yorskshire and Humber region.
In this brief and highly engaging video, 16 year old Trevor Torres gives two reasons why he’d recommend type 1 diabetes to anyone and two pieces of practical advice for health care providers.
This paper explores the behaviour change method of goal-setting and reviews the literature on goal-setting in primary care for patients with chronic conditions.