CATCH members have collaborated on the Circle of Care for Home: Community Stroke Services Sheffield project report and volume one has been published.
The launch of the Circle of Care for Home project was disrupted by Covid-19 and the pilot programme was put on pause for most of 2020. As a result, it was decided to split the project report into two volumes. This first volume contains a brief summary of the process undertaken so far including a series of co-design workshops, real world evaluation and research collaborators continue with an illustrated description of the proposed new service pathway.
For those who are new to Sensory Technologies eShift®, the technology underpinning this new service, there is a summary to help explain how eShift® communicates with SystmOne. The logic model illustrates how they see band four professional development as well as how their development can be tailored towards a number of efficiency savings.
The research team close this volume with an example of some of the resources that are being designed to help staff as they start working in this new way, as well as a description of the training that still needs to be delivered to staff before they can start. When restrictions are fully lifted and the project pilot can safely resume, the team will follow up with a second volume.
Read the full report (PDF, 948KB)