The Felgains 'Innovators in Care' Series

Welcome to Innovators in Care, the show where we talk to leaders in health and social care about how they are innovating to enable better care.

In each monthly episode we will be diving into the pressing challenges in the NHS and what these innovators are working on now and in the future

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Episode 1 | Amy Hassan

 

Welcome to Episode 1 of Innovators in Care

In this episode, we sit down with Amy Hassan, Service Lead for the Urgent Community Response Team (UCRT) at Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust and dive into;

  • Learnings from COVID – less red tape means more creativity and progress!
  • Moving away from silo working towards collaborative working
  • Incorporating different leadership styles into the NHS
  • Getting the right people and training is key to the success of projects

Enjoy!

Episode 2 | Andy Collen

 

Welcome to Episode 2 of Innovators in Care

In this episode, we sit down with Andy Collen, Consultant Paramedic for Urgent Care at South East Coast Ambulance Service and dive into;

  • The current pressures on ambulance services
  • Falls aren’t an ambulance problem, they are a societal problem
  • Where we should be going with risk appetite and responding to falls

Enjoy!

Episode 3 | Jamie Frayne

 

Welcome to Episode 3 of Innovators in Care

In this episode, we sit down with Jamie Frayne, Paramedic Ambassador for the Chelmsford West PCN and dive into;

  • How PCNs combine different professions to give a single point of access for patients
  • How COVID has highlighted and accelerated the need for a ‘hospital at home’ approach
  • How Jamie is implementing falls response in PCNs to reduce pressure on the ambulance service

Happy watching / listening!

Episode 4 | Mark McGlade

 

Welcome to Episode 4 of Innovators in Care

In this episode, we sit down with Mark McGlade, Owner of Home Instead Exeter & East Devon and dive into;

  • Looking at care as an investment – not a cost
  • More joined-up thinking between health and social care
  • Changing perceptions of working in social care

Happy watching / listening!