Bevan Innovation Exemplars 2018
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
Building an app to evaluate the health effects of weight loss as a motivational tool
An Innovative Plan To Deal With The Impending Medical Workforce Crisis In Terms Of Training And Retaining Local Doctors In A Sustainable Manner.
Paul Edwards, Beverly Davies and Guy Lacey
Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board
Developing the role of the Dietetic Assistant Practitioner in delivering an education and dietetic assessment service to manage malnutrition in nursing homes.
Commissioning for Quality: implementing a referral pathway for service users diagnosed by their GP with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME).
Development of a specialist radiographer led pathway for palliative radiotherapy
The addition of an ultrasound scanner to a Physiotherapy led Multi-disciplinary chronic musculoskeletal Foot Pain Clinic
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
‘Quay to Wellbeing’: A co-produced and prudent social resilience model of care
Dr Tony Downes
Day case Arthroplasty using our DOSA at Glan Clwyd Hospital
GP 2020 Vision Team - (Improving capacity and patient access)
Dr Arfon Williams and staff at Ty Doctor, Nefyn
Cardiff & Vale University Health Board
A Cluster based GP Recruitment and Retention Toolkit
OBS Cymru - The Obstetric Bleeding Strategy for Wales. Making the novel the norm. Innovating to sustain. Ensuring we all continue to work together to reduce the harm from Postpartum Haemorrhage
A Health Based Youth Work Model for Wales
Cwm Taf University Health Board
The development of an existing Excel tool (developed and currently used by Cwm Taf UHB paediatric dietitians) for calculating paediatric nutritional and enteral feed requirements, to allow for implementation and use by dietitians working in adult care settings and to scope viability of use by other health professionals
Enhancing the Environment of Care – introducing purposeful activities for patients suffering with dementia
Hywel Dda University Health Board
Partnering with clinicians to deliver high-value care and developing a ‘Right Care’ culture
Christine Davies, Jess Svetz, Karen Preece, Marilize Du Preez and Gareth Rees
Using a shared decision making process and a common universal language, we can re-imagine the roles, work and outcomes required by the community teams to better respond to the holistic needs of individual patients, irrespective of where a person presents across health and social care.
Susan Griffith, Amanda Rutter, Vicky Ellis, Jason Ellis
Fulfilled Lives: An outcome based commissioning project for people living with dementia and cognitive impairment.
Debra Llewelyn & Alison Watkins
Creating a vibrant and sustainable provider model for Primary Care capable of responding flexibly to the changing needs of the population and the whole integrated care system.
CUSP: Carmarthenshire’s United Support Project
Powys Teaching Health Board
‘Be Here, Be Clear’: a preventative intervention to address communication and behaviour in the early years
Local Serial Casting: A business plan for repatriating local lower limb Serial casting service for muscle lengthening for children and young people by the paediatric and 14+ Physiotherapy Service. To include the ability to provide both fixed and removable serial casts, and serial night splints and to provide a mobile service that can be truly local for all clients.
Public Health Wales
Introducing Lift the Lip- an assessment tool for childhood dental decay- into the Healthy Child Wales Programme
Velindre NHS Trust
A programme to optimise hospital stock management and clinical use of group O RhD negative red cells
Introduce the use of subcutaneous infusions of Furosemide for patients with advanced heart failure for treatment of episodes of fluid overload at home, when a palliative approach is appropriate and where being at home and quality of life are the main priorities.
Virtual Reality to Improve Patient Cancer Treatment Experience and Compliance
Educating and Activating Patients for Better Healthcare through Digital Innovation – Watson Conversation
Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust
Community Paramedic (working with GP Clusters)
Vince Baglole, Kevin Crowther, Mark Townend
ABM Integrated Response Model between WAST and Community Teams (Neath Acute Clinical Team (ACT) and Swansea Acute Clinical Response Service (ACRS) with particular focus on use of mobile communications for urgent response
Jeff Morris & Annette Davies
Velindre NHS Trust & Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust
Serious Illness conversations (SIC), symptom control and shared decision making for ambulance clinicians.
Nikki Pease & Edward O'Brian