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Active Learning Facilitators (ALF) London Lambeth

Active Learning Facilitators (ALF) London Lambeth

The ALF Project is a small, local pilot project which has succeeded in engaging people with long term health conditions to become actively involved with improving the lives of other patients and service users. The core activity is a skilled conversation between a...

Careum Evivo – Switzerland

Careum Evivo – Switzerland

Implementing the Stanford model with a partnering approach. Careum, a private independent Swiss Foundation has been working with British and Danish organisations on implementing the Stanford model in Switzerland and German speaking countries. Careum’s main reason for...

The Co-Creating Health Project

The Co-Creating Health Project

The Co-Creating Health Project worked across four disease types (diabetes, depression, Pain, CoPD) and eight acute and primary care sites. The project combines self management courses for patients with skills training for clinicians, supported with appropriate service...

The Genie Project

The Genie Project

What is it? Genie is an online or web based tool that aims to engage people with a long term condition or health risk to link to resources for self-directed support. How does it work? People with a diverse social network have been shown to manage illness better and to...

Where next for the NHS Expert patient Programme?

Where next for the NHS Expert patient Programme?

A short discussion paper by Talking Health Taking Action. With the NHS no longer holding a national licence for the range of self-management programmes that formed The NHS Expert Patients Programme (NHS EPP), this discussion paper looks at why these programmes are as...

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