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Connect Health Change
Quality Improvement (QI) – Closing the gap between research and clinical practice
1 February 2021
Connect Health brings together clinical and industry experts to discuss translation of knowledge into practice to improve patient outcomes.
Connect Health launches the Academy
26 January 2021
The Academy aims to improve quality of care for patients and enhances learning for the multi-professional workforce.
I’m really happy with the things I’ve achieved in the last three years, but without the ADP it wouldn’t have been possible
29 January 2021
Mahin Kohli, Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner (APP) in Pain Management at the Wolverhampton Integrated Musculoskeletal Service, tells us how his career was transformed by completing the Accelerated Development Programme (ADP), enabling him to accelerate his learning and quickly advance to a senior position.
Winter Walking: the benefits of exercise in colder weather
14 January 2021
Walking is one of the easiest ways to get more active, become healthier and lose weight. We discuss the benefits of walking and the importance of keeping active during the current UK lockdown.
Connect Health Change NHS
With crisis comes opportunity – the need to focus on Quality Improvement (QI) has never been more important
5 January 2021
Andrew Cuff, Consultant Physiotherapist & Regional Clinical Lead, Connect Health, tells us why leadership is not about the maintenance of the status quo and how Quality Improvement (QI) has been shown to deliver better patient outcomes as well as improved operational and financial performance.
Occupational Health Stories Patient Outcomes
Physios have specialist skills – we must not underestimate the knowledge, skills and value of the physio
8 September 2020
Liz, 52, from Stanhope County Durham, a Business Support Manager at Durham County Council explains how Connect Health physio identified symptoms of psoriatic arthritis, averting a potential unnecessary operation.
Occupational Health Stories
Award nomination for 2 Sisters Food Group
28 August 2020
2 Sisters Food Group has implemented a ‘Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) Reduction Programme’ in partnership with Connect Health, resulting in a shortlist for the HR Initiative Award at the Food & Drink Federation Awards 2020.