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Taking charge of your medicines with Mo

Meet Mo. Mo is just like the rest of us. The ‘Meet Mo’ video has been produced to encourage patients – who take several types of medicine – to book a review with their local pharmacist. This is because, over time, people who take many different types of medicines for different reasons can find their treatments sometimes do not work well together. A medicines review can help prevent trips to the GP or even hospital, and most importantly, help people feel better. A local pharmacist is a good place to have this conversation.


Recent Videos


Wessex Genomic Medicine Centre (GMC): Jenny’s story

100,000 Genomes Project participant Jenny talks to Wessex NHS Genomic Medicine Centre about how the project has changed her life.


Making GP practices Dementia Friendly with iSPACE

This webinar covers the key actions that surgeries need to take to become Dementia Friendly. Programme Lead, Katherine Barbour, discusses the experiences in Wessex, key successes and learning, and highlights the outcomes for people with dementia, carers and primary care. NB: There is a minor erratum at the start of the talk. The three delivery models in Nottinghamshire relate to the spread of a dementia friendly toolkit developed during the iSPACE pilot in Derbyshire.


AHSN Network's impact: 2013 - 2017

The AHSN Network is proud to present a new video showcasing the unique role and wide-ranging impact of England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs). Told in the words of key stakeholders and partners, it sums up in less than 4 minutes how the AHSN Network is enabling the faster spread and adoption of innovation into the NHS in England.


Getting to grips with the new NHS app endorsement process

There are over 100,000 health apps already, but a perception of low quality is leading to low uptake by patients and health care professionals alike. NHS England, The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), and Public Health England have worked together to develop an App Endorsement Process, launched earlier this year. Diarmaid Crean, who has been instrumental in putting this process into action,talked through the App Endorsement Process, covering who, why, how, when and taking questions. Diarmaid Crean is Deputy Director of Digital at Public Health England. He is an international digital innovator in marketing, branding, e-commerce & product development. Always happiest when obsessed with a new opportunity to use digital to assist another business. The full video of the evening, including questions from the audience, is now available.


Dorset Innovation Forum Highlights

Highlights from the Dorset Health Innovation Forum, held in Bournemouth, on 17 July 2017. This event showcased innovations on the Innovation and Technology Tariff (ITT).


Highlights from the 2016-17 Annual Review

This is a short animation of a selection of our impact from 2016-17.