PPP Round 1

Round 1 of the Partner Priority Programme launched on 8th November 2017, bringing frontline professionals, researchers and leaders from Partner organisations including CCGs, NHS Trusts, Local Authorities and Universities together to share knowledge and experience in order to evaluate new models of out of hospital treatments and care.  In total, eleven projects have been supported as part of PPP Round 1 mainly focused on evaluating integrated/multi-disciplinary team and new pathway developments within and across primary, secondary, community health and social care.   At initiative level common interests have included, for example, falls prevention, enhanced primary care, community teams, clinicians in the community, rehabilitation, transitional care, mental health and condition-specific support e.g. for cancer, COPD, CVD and diabetes.  In line with wider CLAHRC NWC goals, the projects have also been asked to focus on the cross-cutting themes of health inequality and public and patient involvement.

News article regarding Round 1

PARTNERS’ PRIORITY PROGRAMME ROUND 1 PROJECTS:

  • Implementation of the GP Specification (a quality contract), Liverpool CCG
  • Community Care Team Initiative (focus on multi-disciplinary, integrated teams), Liverpool CCG
  • Liverpool Diabetes Partnership, Liverpool CCG and Aintree Hospital
  • Better Care Now (for older patients who receive inpatient rehabilitative care), Blackpool Teaching Hospital
  • Delivering high quality Primary Care at scale and improving access, Blackburn with Darwen CCG
  • Clinical Decision-Making in the Use of Inpatient Mental Health Beds, Cheshire Wirral Partnership NHS Trust
  • Preventing emergency admissions among cancer patients, Clatterbridge – Wirral Hospital Trust
  • Community integrated mental health and physical health service, North West Boroughs NHS Trust
  • Knowsley CVD service, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital
  • Knowsley Respiratory service, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital
  • Community Health Services (Integrated Neighbourhood teams), East Lancashire CCG