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Clinical Research

Clinical research projects currently supported by NHS Guildford and Waverley CCG include:

TIHM for dementia - using technology to improve the quality of life for people with dementia

  • Do you want to help transform the future of dementia care?
  • Have you been diagnosed with mild to moderate dementia?
  • Are you living in Surrey or North East Hampshire?
  • Do you care for someone with dementia?

Led by Surrey and Borders Partnership, TIHM (Technology Integrated Health Management) for dementia is a major new research study funded and monitored by NHS England, the Department of Health, and Innovate UK. It will test how cutting edge technology placed in people’s homes could be used to improve the lives of people with dementia and their carers.

To get involved and to find out further information, please visit the SABP website.

 


 

Clinical initiatives currently supported by Guildford and Waverley CCG include:

Commit to Change - "A Healthier You" - a goal focussed lifestyle change programme for patients

If you know you need a healthier lifestyle, why not Commit to Change?

The Commit to Change programme, supported by the University of Surrey, has been developed to help people in the UK achieve their health goals, whether that's by stopping smoking, losing weight, reducing your alcohol consumption or by setting another health challenge.

Committing to a goal to stop smoking, exercise more, lose weight, eat healthier food or reduce alcohol consumption will set you up for success. By carefully defining a goal you more than double your likelihood of achieving it.

1. Set your goal  -  2. Set the stakes  -  3. Get a referee
4. Add friends for support  -
5. Achieve your goal!


Find out more on the
Commit to Change website.

 


Page updated:1 December 2016
Next review due:30 May 2017
Model Publication Scheme:Not part of the MPS


 
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