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
Around 340 mobile electrocardiogram (ECG) units are being distributed to CCGs, GP practices, pharmacies, NHS community clinics and hospitals across the Wessex region.
This video showcases why collaboration across the NHS works perfectly for the patient.
We enabled secondary care specialists to work in partnership with GP practices to provide care in the community and ensured a streamline patient journey linked to on-going care by the community pharmacist.
Nurse and PhD student Emma Boger from the University of Southampton and research participant Ranj Parmar highlight how people with stroke feel disempowered by a lack of support structures to help them manage their condition following stroke.
This podcast was created as a result of Emma winning a Wessex HIEC award for research innovation.
The University of Central Lancashire in collaboration with the Wessex HIEC (Southampton University and the Wessex Stroke Forum Clinical Leads Group for ESD) developed an online training package for staff working within ESD teams.
UCLAN team members Caroline Watkins, Jane Fitzgerald, Michael Leathley, & Stephanie Jones explain the training materials at the Wessex HIEC Stroke ESD conference held on 9 November 2012.