Realising the Value: Background to “Health as a Social Movement” (NHS England / Health Foundation / Nesta)

Summary

A report has been published concerning the “Realising the Value Programme”, which in turn supplies the theoretical background for NHS England’s “Health as a Social Movement” programme. This report explores the concept of people and communities being put at the heart of health, to support of the NHS Five Year Forward View vision of a more sustainable NHS.

The Realising the Value programme is funded by NHS England.

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Reference

Genuinely putting people at the heart of health – Anu Singh and Pritti Mehta. London [Online]: NHS England, February 16th 2016.

This relates to:

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Reference

Wood, S. Finnis, A. Khan, H. [and] Ejbye, J. (2016). At the heart of health: realising the value of people and communities. London: Health Foundation and Nesta, February 2016.

An economic imperative?

“ …transforming the system to reduce the demand on hospitals by keeping people well in the community is now an absolute necessity”. (Paul Healy, NHS Confederation).

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Reference

Triggle, N. (2016). Virtually all hospitals now in deficit. London: BBC Health News, February 19th 2016.

On Self-Management in People With Early Stage Dementia (and Other LTCs)

Possibly of interest:

Turner, A. Anderson, JK. [and] Wallace, LM. [et al] (2015). An evaluation of a self-management program for patients with long-term conditions. Patient Education and Counselling. February 2015; 98(2): 213-9. Full Text Link.

Quinn, C. Anderson, D. [and] Toms, G. [et al] (2014). Self-management in early-stage dementia: a pilot randomised controlled trial of the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of a self-management group intervention (the SMART study). Trials. March 8th 2014; 15: 74. Full Text Link.

Martin, F. Turner, A. [and] Wallace, LM. [et al] (2015). Qualitative evaluation of a self-management intervention for people in the early stage of dementia. Dementia. July 2015; 14(4): 418-35.

Martin, F. Turner, A. [and] Wallace, LM. [et al] (2013). Perceived barriers to self-management for people with dementia in the early stages. Dementia. July 2013; 12(4): 481-93.

Obesity / Diabetes Prevention

Healthy-lifestyle support will be on offer from the NHS in England to help people at risk of developing type-2 diabetes:

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Reference

Triggle, N. (2016). Type-2 Diabetes: at-risk offered healthy lifestyle help. London: BBC Health News, March 22nd 2016.

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