From the DH: Pilots update
If among the updates that you can find below you couldn't find those that will be interesting or relevant to you, please refer to https://place-4-papers.com/nursing-essay-writing-service/ if your request is write my nursing paper for me or something. We regularly post updates from the Department of Health on the WSD Pilot Programme.
An update from Tim Ellis, WSD Programme Manager
Cornwall hosts a conference on self-care and the WSD.
Newham case study videos are available for viewing.
An update on the WSD programme, including answers to some frequently asked questions
An update on the WSD Programme.
An update on Communications at the Newham WSD.
An update from the Newham pilot site.
This piece updates on the main WSD programme, and the Cornwall trial.
This article provides a first look at the WSD trial non-starters and leavers.
Cornwall adopted the 'Managing Successful Programmes' approach to ensure that the demonstrator programme was well organised with good project management. This piece provides an update on Cornwall WSD's experience to date.
This page reports on similarities, differences and lessons from the WSD trial in the three pilot sites.
January 2009: Expecting the unexpected - issues influencing the roll-out of telehealth and telecare in the WSD Pilots
At the first of eight regional events hosted by WSDAN on 22 January 2009, Tim Ellis (WSD Programme Manager, Department of Health) and Martin Scarfe (WSD Director, London Borough of Newham) reported on the progress of ‘scaling-up’ the implementation of telehealth and telecare.
The recent Telecare Services Association’s conference in Brighton (November 2008) was an excellent opportunity to update over 600 people on the progress of the Whole System Demonstrator programme in Cornwall, Kent and Newham and introduce the 12 further sites that make up the WSD action network.
Establishing the WSD pilot programme, which we believe to be the largest randomised control trial of telehealth and telecare in the world, has been a complex and challenging task.