Listen to Dr Katherine Bradbury, Health Psychologist from the University of Southampton highlight the evidence behind Active Lives and how this free, easy to use website helps people aged 65+ stay active, fit and healthy. This short film shows the benefits of doing gradual physical activity around the home and how a digital intervention can help.
Not just an app, but a new way of delivering your care. MyRenalCare allows you to monitor you, and your team to monitor you, remotely!
Information improves decision making. Whether your patient receives in centre dialysis or dialyses at home access to realtime information about their dialysis, how they are feeling, their concerns, and their immediate problems, empowers the clinical team to make better decisions for their patient. MyRenalCare provides access to large amounts of data in realtime, allowing clinical teams to make informed decisions and monitor the progress of their patients.
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Digital inclusion in health and care in Wales - a case study
The Covid Oximetry at Home work (sometimes called a "virtual ward") describes an enhanced package of remote monitoring (of symptoms and oxygen saturations) for patients with confirmed/suspected Covid-19 who are at risk of future deterioration/admission, provided within a patient’s own home (or usual residence) overseen by a multidisciplinary team (MDT) from either the community or hospital.
A short film highlighting the benefits of the new and unique Hydration at Home Toolkit to help people who work in caring roles (e.g. care homes and domiciliary care) to improve hydration among older people in their care using an online tool.
Wessex AHSN has worked in collaboration with Hampshire County Council to produce the Hydration at Home Toolkit, which includes an E-learning module.
The Hydration at Home e-learning module and Toolkit has been endorsed by the British Dietetic Association.
DERMA was an EU Interreg 2 Seas project that developed novel materials for the management of chronic wounds. The consortium was composed of the Universities of Brighton, Portsmouth and Gent, and French tech transfer agency Eurasante. This documentary - Biomaterials in Action - introduces the problem of chronic dermal ulcers, describes how DERMA intervened in this field, and reveals the results achieved. The film features interviews with internationally acclaimed clinicians and researchers and includes key industrial insight and CGI animations of the developed technologies.