What a week at Haelo HQ! Find out all the happenings from the past week.
As part of our brand new film series Coffee with…, our Communications Manager, Vicky Grimes, sat down with Haelo expert faculty member Lloyd P. Provost, MS, Statistician, Associates in Process Improvement and an International Healthcare Improvement Senior Fellow. Lloyd has worked with Haelo for a number of years and is a member of the expert faculty of the shortlisted HSJ Patient Safety Award IS4 programme.
Watch the film below!
The National Diabetes Prevention Programme (NDPP) in Salford has won a 2017 Advancing Healthcare Award.
Congratulations to Gillian Rawlinson, Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Services (MSK) Physiotherapy Practitioner at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Helen Slee, Project Manager for Salford NDPP, Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Haelo.
The National Diabetes Prevention Programme won the FPH (Faculty of Public Health) and PHE (Public Health England) Award for Contributions to Public Health, for: providing NHS Health Checks and diabetes prevention checks in musculoskeletal physiotherapy services. The award recognises innovation, creativity, leadership and compassion.
Congratulations for the achievement have already been received from Salford commissioners from Public Health and the CCG, along with city councillors.
Helen Slee, Project Manager here at Haelo, described the award as “a fantastic achievement for the partners working on the pilot and demonstrates the continued determination for Salford to lead in developing innovative solutions to public health issues.”
We are delighted to have Dr Hilary Jones as a speaker for Haelo Hosts 17 and we can’t wait for him to present! Find out about our other speakers, agendas and more on our brand new Haelo Hosts microsite here.
Our Salford duo of self-confessed ‘rookies’ are well into training mode for the London Marathon. Our Chief Executive, Maxine Power and Pete Murphy, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust Director of Nursing will be taking on the 26 mile feat on 23 April 2017, for a charity close to their hearts. They are running in memory of Maxine’s mum, Brenda Dunleavy and in support of Pete’s father in law, Alf. The pair are trying to raise £5000 in order to support research into the disease.
This is for a fantastic cause and if you would like to donate then you can do so via their Just Giving page. We’ll keep you updated on their progress!
This workshop will untangle the web of improvement science, and looks to equip delegates with the skills and resources to develop an improvement toolkit.
Expert speakers will include Dr Gareth Parry MSc, PhD, Senior Scientist, Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) alongside Haelo’s Chief Executive Professor Maxine Power, Senior Improvement Advisor, Kurt Bramfitt and Lead Analyst, Nick John.