Online Showcase Day 3
15th June 2021,
12.30pm - 2pm
Select a showcase to attend, register and you will receive information on how to join in.
Six Steps Education Programme:
A successful approach focussed on early assessment and coordination of palliative & end of life care, in care homes and domiciliary services.
Providing palliative care for heart failure patients at home: Developing the Heart Failure Supportive Care Team for patients with advanced heart failure in the last 1 – 2 years of their lives. Register
Dementia triage app (Cantab Mobile) in the community:
Using a digital solution to enable healthcare professionals to make accurate and timely referrals to diagnose dementia in primary care. Register
Nearly 150 participants have worked on the Adopt and Spread Programme increasing access to new innovations and interventions in Wales. They have achieved so much despite the impact of COVID-19 on services and care.
What they have learnt and can tell us about adopting innovation in highly disruptive environments is going to be invaluable for decades to come. They have inspired us over the last year and they are still making an impact across Wales. Join us for the showcases.
The recordings from the first two showcases are now available on youtube.
For enquiries, please get in touch at email@example.com
Physiotherapy-led local serial casting service:
Localising the support for stretching and lengthening calf muscles as part of the paediatric physiotherapy services to decrease pain, improve walking pattern and increase function. Register
Waiting in Pain? Access to Palliative Radiotherapy: Developing a rapid-access palliative pathway for quicker and easier care for cancer patients accessing radiotherapy (RT) treatment. Register
Narrative Reporting in Microbiology:
The process engages and encourages behavioural changes in test selection and clinical responses with the holy grail of reducing antimicrobial resistance. Register
Using AI-enabled virtual assistants for procedural anxiety:
Using chatbots to support information giving services in healthcare in practical procedural anxiety for children and young people.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), diet and FODMAPs:
Working with staff health and wellbeing programmes to introduce sessions for people diagnosed with IBS and associated symptoms.
Safeguarding peer support groups in primary care:
Optimising the care of vulnerable adults and children in primary care through the development of multidisciplinary peer support groups.
STANCE: Learning self-care for diabetic foot health:
Diabetes foot health engagement and empowerment education in the community.
Be Here, Be Clear:
A preventative evidence-informed intervention to work with families reinforcing responsive interactions to support children to learn to talk.