Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed, The University of Liverpool and Liverpool University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Professor Andy Clegg, Professor of Geriatric Medicine, University of Leeds and Bradford Royal Infirmary.
Monica Jones, Chief Data Officer DATA-CAN, University of Leeds.
Dr Séamus O’Neill, Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Health Science Alliance.
Professor Suzanne Mason, Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of Sheffield and Barnsley Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Professor Tjeerd van Staa, Professor of Health eResearch, University of Manchester
- Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust
- Lancaster University
- The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
- University of Leeds
- Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Trust
- University of Manchester
- Northern Health Science Alliance
- Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trusts
- Newcastle University
- Salford Royal Foundation Trust
- University of Sheffield
- South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System
- Wirral University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The Northern Better Care Partnership brings together world-class universities, digitally-enabled NHS institutions and academic health science systems. It serves over 16 million people in the North where the rates of poverty, morbidity, premature mortality and poorer clinical outcomes are higher than in other regions.
The Partnership will initially focus on three projects towards better care for elderly people living with frailty. Each project will employ extensive, available data and advanced analytical techniques to gain actionable insights for optimising delivery of care. They will use early findings to expand the research and implementation, firstly across other Northern cities, in collaboration with the Northern Health Science Alliance and the four Academic Health Science Networks, and subsequently UK-wide.
Development of a learning system to optimise anticholinergic medication prescribing for old...
Overview This project aims to develop a tool to help doctors and pharmacists review a patient’s broader medical history to allow more appropriate prescribing of anticholinergic medications. This...
Learning Care Homes: Continuous improvement of structured referrals
This project aimed to evaluate and improve a Digital Care Homes app now called the Health Call app to support decision-making by care home and community staff when a care home resident becomes...
Better antibiotic prescribing in frail elderly people with polypharmacy
This project aims to use an advanced analytics approach to support doctors in deciding when to prescribe antibiotics to frail elderly patients, avoiding the adverse side effects of inappropriate...