1,300 newly graduated healthcare professionals in Manchester trained on PKB-PKB is supporting medical students in Manchester. Over the last 18 months 1,300 students at The University of Manchester’s Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health have benefitted. Ensuring they graduate with the knowledge and understanding of what Personal Health Records are and how they benefit both patients and professionals. Making them digital transformation leaders of healthcare for the future. Read More
Meeting the challenges of face-to-face placements for healthcare students-In June of this year, we welcomed the University of Winchester’s Faculty of Health and Wellbeing as a new partner for our Education Programme. The faculty considered digital health as a core part of their teaching curriculum for healthcare students, therefore, the decision to incorporate the use of Patients Know Best (PKB) in their projects and courses had been a… Read More
Midwifery students getting real life experience of using a Personal Health Record-Financial support is provided as an Educational Grant by Pfizer Limited. A forward thinking Midwifery Department at City, University of London has been using Patients Know Best (PKB) since 2017 to support their first year midwifery students undertaking the Midwifery BSc (Hons) Undergraduate degree. They wanted to use PKB as the Personal Health Record (PHR) during one of their modules… Read More
Integrated Patient-Controlled Medical Record – Luton CCG-In 2020, Luton CCG began to pilot a patient-controlled medical record for children in Luton living with epilepsy: ‘Patients Know Best’ (PKB). This record empowers parents in their role as care coordinators for their children, and enables self-management and self-care by sharing educational materials such as care plans and verified links. It ensures the parent is equipped with all the… Read More
Bringing care and support to ILD patients-Case Study 10 February 2022 by Steph Tew Introduction It is vital that all patients who need advice or care from a healthcare professional have access to it, but it can be a challenge to provide access to patients who live in rural areas, patients who find it difficult to travel or those who are too unwell (or are shielding)… Read More
Improving care pathways for Immunotherapy patients in Hull-Introduction Using Immunotherapy as a treatment is relatively new to Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Immunotherapy is a treatment that uses certain parts of a person’s immune system to fight diseases such as cancer. The service is run by two Clinical Nurse Specialists; Helen Carolan and Lynsey Wood and co-ordinator Jenna Holdsworth. We have around 200 patients on the treatment… Read More
Tackling the rising number of attendances for heart failure patients-To combat the rising number of emergency A&E attendances and unnecessary hospital and GP visits for patients with heart failure, patients need to be given more control to monitor their own health, knowing they have the support and information at the touch of a button. Here is how one Trust approached this and is now seeing more informed patients managing… Read More
Online portal making a big difference to rheumatology patients-Calls to a helpline run by a Swansea Bay service have fallen dramatically as patients can now find out what they need to know for themselves.The Swansea Bay Patient Portal is a secure online record that allows people to view their blood test results and clinical documents, as well as being able to tap into a library of information and… Read More
Improving clinical pathways for Dermatology patients-It’s making life a lot easier using the messaging functionality in PKB rather than phone calls as it speeds everything up. It has definitely reduced the number of phone calls that we receive and we can respond to an email quicker than a phone call message Read More
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