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Mental and Physical Wellbeing

St Luke’s Hospice Woodgrange Centre: Applying Quality Improvement Methods in Hospice

Frail people at end of life need rapid access to palliative care services. CLAHRC NWL were commissioned by St. Luke’s hospice to use the systematic approach to quality improvement (QI) to improve access to end of life day services, create... Continue Reading →

CLAHRC NWL Fellow Sandra Jayacodi Highlights The Importance of Discussing Mental Health

NIHR CLAHRC NWL Improvement Leader Fellow Sandra Jayacodi recently featured on the 'Time To Change' blog discussing why she believes it is important to discuss mental health in the South Asian community.   Sandra is a qualified solicitor, with a... Continue Reading →

March Newsletter: Reducing Health Inequalities

Predictors of outcomes for patients with common mental health disorders receiving psychological therapies in community settings: a systematic review. Amati F, Banks C, Greenfield G, Green J. Psychological therapies are increasingly delivered in community care settings. In existing literature, patient,... Continue Reading →

November Newsletter: An exciting time to be working in mental health within CLAHRC NWL

It’s an exciting time to be working in mental health within CLAHRC NWL. With quality improvement and the patient’s interests always at heart, looking at mental health through research is uncovering how integral mental wellbeing is to the success of... Continue Reading →

November Newsletter: Co-creating knowledge through quality improvement: a case study in mental health

Over the past 3 and half years CLAHRC Northwest London has been working in partnership with a mental health team to improve the physical health of people with a serious mental illness, based on current best practice and evidence. Initially... Continue Reading →

April Newsletter: Supporting Vulnerable Adults

At Northwick Park Hospital an educational programme has been in place for those who care for patients with symptoms of alcohol dependency and recovery . Too often dependent patients being treated for other physical conditions are released with limited understanding... Continue Reading →

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