30 June, 2016
Earlier this year the HIN Experience team hosted a masterclass in Experience Based Co-Design (EBCD), delivered by the Point of Care Foundation and co-facilitated by Guy’s and St Thomas’ Catherine Dale. The session featured examples of EBCD in practice from Ioanna Xenophontes at Oxleas.
30 June, 2016
The Health Innovation Network has a great story to tell about the innovations being implemented and the patients being helped by our work. But how to tell that story?
As social media and the internet have developed, visual story telling has become more important. With the majority of online activity now taking place on phones people are no longer reading lengthy articles; instead they want concise films that tell engaging stories.
9 June, 2016
Senior Project Manager Aileen Jackson shares her experience of the dementia team’s trip to see David Baddiel in his current show My Family: Not the Sitcom at the Chocolate Menier Factory on 8 June 2016.
25 May, 2016
Louise Brennan, NHS Internship Scheme Manager, shares her excitement at being finalists for the Workforce category award at the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards on 24 May 2016.
9 May, 2016
Laura Spratling, Senior Programme Manager for Diabetes at the Health Innovation Network, attended the Leading and Managing Change across Boundaries programme and shares her experiences from the course.
5 May, 2016
Welcome to our new starters Irina Higginson, who joins DigitalHealth.London as Senior Digital Communications Officer, and Helen Apsey, who joins the Health Innovation Network as Media and Communications Officer.
8 March, 2016
Never has there been a better time to talk about musculoskeletal and joint health. The BBC recently reported a 76% increase of hip operations in the last decade in people under 60, citing the unwillingness of patients to wait, combined with surgeons increased confidence levels in new prosthesis as possible reasons for the increase.
10 February, 2016
Digital Health will – and already is - empowering people to better track, manage, and improve their health, enabling them to live better, more productive lives
9 February, 2016
“It makes you feel better that you’ve done something good.”
It’s probably what makes most of us get out of bed in the morning to go to work, and it’s probably what motivates most people who get involved in our work – but would you be surprised to hear that this is a quote from a person with dementia?
29 December, 2015
An interesting thing happened to me the other day, I went to a meeting where the “brilliance” of the work of the Health Innovation Network was praised. Now happily, this is not all that unusual. What is, is that the brilliant work being described was produced by one of our new interns.