Category: Education and Training

An introduction to Health Economics webinar

Ross Dent, Associate Director for Technology Appraisals at NICE presents 'An Introduction to Health Economics'. The webinar, hosted by Health Innovation Wessex (HIW) on 07 Nov 2023, was attended by delegates from across Dorset, Oxford, and Hampshire and the Isle of Wight as part of HIW's support to integrated care systems to use cost effective analysis to help evidence impact and value of service transformation.

Lipid Management in Secondary Care - Cardiology, Diabetology, Stroke, Vascular

Each of the speakers discuss their service and the role of lipid management, followed by a panel discussion chaired by the programme clinical leads, Dr Paul Downie and Dr John Bolodeoku.


Anthony Young - Lead Cardiac Advanced Nurse Practitioner, University Hospitals Dorset NHS FT
Dr Nigel Smyth - Consultant Physician, Hampshire Hospitals NHS FT
Miss Mary Weisters - Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon, Dorset and Wiltshire Vascular Network
Dr Sergio Nabais - Consultant Cardiologist, Salisbury NHS FT
Dr Hermione Price - Consultant Diabetologist, Southern Health FT

Dr Paul Downie - Consultant Chemical Pathologist, University Hospitals Bristol & Weston NHS FT
Dr John Bolodeoku - Consultant Chemical Pathologist, Hampshire Hospitals NHS FT

Lipid Management in Primary Care - Targets, incentives and treatments

Primary care updates on lipid management, including changes to QOF and the local formulary, targets and treatment options.

Dorset - Lipid management, taking an individualised and population health management approach

The webinar discusses how you can get the best outcomes for your patients with regard to lipid and cardiovascular risk management.
Guest Speaker: Dr John Bolodeoku, Consultant Chemical Pathologist & Pharmaceutical Physician, Hampshire Hospitals Foundation Trust
Chair: Dr Oliver Smith, Dorset ICB Diabetes GP Champion

FeNO Learning Collaborative 27-9-22

The collaborative will bring together healthcare professionals who are currently using FeNO, are in the process of implementing testing or are interested in/planning to do so. In collaboration with the Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC) the 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) are supporting projects in their regions to improve asthma outcomes - this series of events aims to share learning and discuss areas of interest such as barriers, training and misconceptions. The collaborative welcomes all to take part.

Discover how the NHS is becoming greener

Climate change and air pollution poses a major threat to our health now and for future generations. By reducing harmful carbon emissions we will improve health and save lives. That’s why the NHS was the world's first health system to commit to reaching net zero carbon. By 2040 we will reduce the emissions we control to net zero, saving lives and improving the world we live in.

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