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Innovation Engine Project is looking for small and medium enterprises from Birmingham & Solihull area that need assistance in developing innovative services, processes & products for the Health sector. 
Hamid Zolfagharinia
Campaign State: Open For Submission
To ensure we can assist you better on the day please indicate the technology you would like more widely adopted within the NHS that you will be submitting to the ITP process. Or post any questions you would like answered on the day.
 
Joanne Mewis
Campaign State: Closed
How do we prevent the development of mental health problems and get help earlier for children, young people, adults and older adults starting to suffer poor mental wellbeing?  
Peter Lewis (+1 more)
Campaign State: Open For Submission
Do you have any successful Quality Improvement initiatives in relation to LTCs in a healthcare setting that others might adopt? If so, we want to hear from you in order to share your learnings with others and allow them to achieve the benefits that you have achieved.
Sue Wood
Campaign State: Open For Submission
We would love to hear about your experience of using Learning from Excellence and/or Appreciative Inquiry (AI) in your practice.  There will be opportunity to present your work as an oral presentation and / or a poster at our LfE Community Event on Thursday 16 November 2017 at the Vox Conference Centre, Resorts World, Birmingham.
 
To submit an abstract about your LfE or AI Experience please click on the 'Submit Innovation' button and use the form that appears below.  You will need to register first.  Please see the additional information for suggestions of what to cover in your abstract.  Closing date is 11 September 2017.
 
For more information or to book your place at the event please click here:  
 
Helen Hunt (+2 more)
Campaign State: Open For Submission
Do you have export-ready innovations in the areas of genomics and precision medicine?  The Department for International Trade is seeking to identify both commercial and public sector innovators who could form international commercial partnerships to better exploit opportunities from overseas markets; particularly China, the most rapidly growing healthcare market.

The DIT - a Government team that helps UK organisations win international commercial contracts - is keen to capitalise on the UK’s leading edge reputation in these areas.
Lucy Chatwin
Campaign State: Closed
Are you doing novel and exciting activities in order to reduce your carbon footprint and improve the health and wealth of the population and the planet?  If so, we want to hear about what you are doing to be sustainable in order to support a network of carbon enthusiasts across the West Midlands. 
Lucy Chatwin
Campaign State: Open For Submission
How can people have a better understanding of diabetes and its risks, knowledge of the things they can do to avoid developing diabetes, and support to stay healthy? 
Neil Mortimer (+1 more)
Campaign State: Open For Submission
Do you have an innovation that could be adopted quickly to deliver improvements in the field of self care?  
 
Lucy Chatwin
Campaign State: Open For Submission
We are looking for experiences, methods, suggestions and tried and tested solutions that help individuals  to understand and be able to use digital solutions that help them better manage their own health and wellbeing?
Sue Wood (+1 more)
Campaign State: Open For Submission
Can we increase reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs; harmful side effects) by recruiting Champions to promote the Yellow Card Scheme more widely?
 
We aim to recruit volunteer Champions to help us find out.
 
The Yellow Card Scheme is a confidential reporting scheme for ADRs, open to all healthcare professionals, and to patients and their carers.
Karamjit Kaur Badyal (+1 more)
Campaign State: Open For Submission
The WMAHSN would like to develop an Innovation Fellowship prorgamme focussing on the skills needed for the adoption and spread of innovation at pace and scale. 
Tammy Holmes
Campaign State: Evaluation
The WMAHSN wishes to explore the development of a ‘proof of concept’ one-year educational programme for junior and middle managers within health care organisations, focused on innovation, improvement and healthcare management. 
Tammy Holmes (+1 more)
Campaign State: Closed
How can the distribution of medicines be improved across the rural geography of Herefordshire and Worcestershire?  
Lucy Chatwin (+3 more)
Campaign State: Closed
Treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia as a day case
Kathy Scott (+1 more)
Campaign State: Closed
Frozen Faecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) for recurrent Clostridium difficile infection rates
Kathy Scott (+1 more)
Campaign State: Closed
Application for the self-management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Kathy Scott (+2 more)
Campaign State: Closed
Prevention of Ventilated Associated Pneumonia in critically ill patients
Kathy Scott (+1 more)
Campaign State: Closed
Reduction of bacterial contamination and accidental administration of medication
Kathy Scott (+2 more)
Campaign State: Closed
Guided mediolateral episiotomy to minimise the risk of obstetric anal sphincter 
Kathy Scott (+1 more)
Campaign State: Closed
Digital tools can improve people’s lives and release savings for health and social care organisations, but they are still not widely used. We are looking for an integrated, multi-channel marketing approach that promotes better awareness and uptake of digital innovations among all of our stakeholders.
Neil Mortimer
Campaign State: Open For Submission
We invite you to share any work you are doing in the areas of identifcation, protection, management and whole pathway re-design of AF to share and improve the outcomes for people at risk of having an AF related Stroke. 
Karen Morrey
Campaign State: Open For Submission
We are looking for existing innovative methods that facilitate the upskilling of patients using digital modes of delivery of healthcare.
Malcolm Holmes (+1 more)
Campaign State: Closed
We're looking to build a regional picture of educational and training for well being and self management.  Can you contribute by sharing your experiences and innovations?
Karen Morrey (+1 more)
Campaign State: Closed
A waterfall starts with one drop of rain, help us to make a waterfall by sharing the differences that you have made, which could be spread across the region, to improve the lives of people with diabetes - either through identification, prevention or the management of the condition.
Lucy Chatwin
Campaign State: Open For Submission