Successful Applicants for SpNs in Bowel Care Fund

Shire would like to congratulate the latest successful applicants to the Shire Innovation Fund for SpNs in Bowel Care. The successful applicants are:

2014 (closing date: 2nd April 2014)

Rachael Campbell (Stepping Hill Hospital)
Received funding for a patient information and communication project.

Catherine Stansfield (Salford Royal Hospital NHS Trust)
Received funding for a patient education programme.

Kay Crook (North West London Hospitals NHS Trust)
Received funding for a patient and parent IBD service information leaflet.

Previous successful applicants to the Shire Innovation Fund for SpNs in Bowel Care (formerly known as the Shire Innovation Fund for IBD Nurses) are:

2013 (closing date: 3rd April 2013)

Gareth Ford and Allyson Lewis (Royal Gwent Hospital, Newport)
Received funding for their nurse-led IBD Virtual Telephone Clinic.

Kay Greveson (Royal Free Hospital, London)
Received funding for a project to develop an IBD Passport, an online information service for IBD patients who wish to travel.

Sheila Hart (St Martins Hospital, Bath)
Received funding to develop a Bowel Dysfunction Patient Information & Educational Package for use on a computer during a consultation.

Wilma Nicolson (Inverurie Hospital, Aberdeenshire)
Received funding to purchase an Adam Rouilly - Anal Rectal Examination Model to be used as a teaching aid at Bowel Care Study Days.

2012 Round 2 (closing date: 17th August 2012)

Marian O’Connor
(St Mark’s Hospital, Harrow)
Received funding for her project to recruit new members to the hospital’s IBD Patient Panel by holding an IBD patient open day.

2012 Round 1 (closing date: 4th May 2012)

Christopher Kelly
(Royal Alexandra Hotel, Paisley)

Received funding for his project to develop a range of IBD patient podcasts and to buy hardware to allow the podcasts to be used in clinic, and from the patient's home.

Mark Sephton (University Hospital South Manchester, Manchester)
Received funding for his project to develop a IBD patient education initiative. Mark wishes to produce a series of eight short films to allow IBD patients to recap on the key points covered with them while in hospital.

Hannah Middleton (St Mark's Hospital, Harrow)
Received funding for her project to develop a patient information leaflet for IBD services. The leaflet would detail IBD services available at her hospital ranging from key contact details to creating awareness of what support is on offer to IBD patients.

Suzanna Tattersall (Royal Bolton Hospital, Bolton)
Received funding for her project to buy a laptop to aid self management. This would enable Suzanne to use technology as a visual aid with her patients and to help her develop databases for surveillance purposes. The laptop would also enable Suzanne to show images and information specific to her patients' disease.

2011 Round 2 (closing date: 8th October 2011)

Anne Hurst (Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool)
Received funding for her project to produce an IBD Service Information Pack to help maintain a patient centred service via patient education and support for new and current patients in her trust.

2011 Round 1 (closing date: 3rd May 2011)

Lorna Perry (Musgrove Hospital Taunton & Somerset NHS Trust)
Awarded funding to develop a business case for providing an Expert Patient Programme for patients with IBD.

Paul Madigan (Whiston Hospital, Prescot)
Received a grant to set up an IBD Patient Panel.

Vikki Garrick (Royal Hospital for Sick Children)
Awarded a grant to present her abstract 'Specialist Nurse and Dietician Care Pathway for Exclusive Enteral Nutrition in Paediatric Crohn’s Disease’ at the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAM) Conference.

Sue Dunster (Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust)
Received funding for her project on Motivational Interviewing in Clinical Practice.


Congratulations to all!
 

 

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