@thrivecharity @LifeatNo27 We look forward to hearing more on the work of Thrive at #TOMSCONNECT22 As well as your short talk, we hope you will submit a research abstract or two to present a poster & share your great work and #outcomes #data The call for abstracts is open until end of Sept.

“A Systematic Review of Measures of Dysarthria Severity in Stroke Patients https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32818305/ “
In our research project we will look in more detail at psychometric properties of available clinical assessment tools! Follow us to find out more!

Tony has lived with complex OCD, depression and anxiety for a number of years.

The garden has unlocked newfound freedom, and Tony's been able to find further avenues to maintain his mental health and wellbeing, including enjoying a dog walk.

More at: :https://buff.ly/3vSIKmj

@rehabresearchuk @AndyKerrBME @UniStrathclyde Oh and we forgot to mention as #ProfPamEnderby is a member of @rehabresearchuk members should look out for an email to say a special SRR member promotional code has been set up for them to book their ticket for #TOMSCONNECT thanks to @InnervateLtd

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Curiate media

Online Learning

Curiate is a new online learning platform brought to you by Innervate Ltd. in partnership with the Skills Network. Curiate is launching with a range of ready-made online short courses to help with your Continuing Professional Development (CPD). We have plans to create new courses as the platform grows.

All of Curiate’s short bite-sized CPD courses are interactive and engaging, and take an average of two hours to complete. All courses are auto-marked, meaning that feedback is instant, and a CPD certificate is issued to you on completion of all courses.

To sign up and browse some of the courses we offer, click the button below.

Once you have purchased a course you can access it from this login at: https://curiate.equal-online.com/login

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Events management – live, virtual, face to face and recorded

We have worked in healthcare event creation and management since 2001. Our work includes working in partnership with healthcare professionals and organisations, suggesting speakers, content and developing an engaging agenda and structure of an event. We look at different ways to bring people together and enable networking. Our work is primarily focused on supporting the education of health professionals across primary, secondary and community care. The aim of our involvement it to always give consideration to content that will support the relationship between professionals and the general public. 

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Education and Communication

Our 20 years plus work in healthcare and medical education has lead us to create various aids and tools designed to support the communication process and relationships between the general public and healthcare professionals. You will find examples of our work on our website, which includes our public health tool to support healthy eating, the Mealwheel, and Lifepsychol a online took to help people monitor and discuss various quality of life (QoL) issues.

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Website & App Creation

We have been creating website and apps for 20 years. Our latest website is the home of the Lifestyle Health Foundation, launched in Sept 2021 and which you can reach at www.lifestylehealth.org.uk. The Lifestyle Health Foundation is learning and teaching how lifestyle health from birth through life helps prevent and heal acquired mind injuries. 

Innervate is also delighted to be supporting the Foundation through the creation of the new Smarttracker app, which you can learn more about from our “Innervations” section.

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Organisations and Networks

We have been work in partnership with healthcare professionals and patient groups since 2001. That includes the creation and management of organisation of the Primary care and Community Neurology Society and the Community Therapists Network stimulating various educational initiatives to support their work with people living with long term and life-threatening chronic conditions. Through our ‘Secretariat Services’, we also now run the Society for Research in Rehabilitation. You will find examples of our work with various organisations and networks on our website. If you would like our assistance, we will happily work with you to identify where there may be gaps in service provision and therefore how we can support you in helping to fill those gaps, through offering creative input. 

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Connect with us today

Our mission, as you will read in the “About” page is to stimulate connections that lead to the creation & sharing of respected & trusted resources, to support people through challenging times.

Based in South East London, our work can connects us with people and organisations across the UK, virtually and physically. If you would like to learn more about our work, please fo have a look through our website. If you’d like to a member of the team, then you will be can get in touch from here.

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Partnerships

We are delighted to be highlighting the following organisations who we work in partnership with. To find out more about any of these organisations please click on any of the blocks below..

Latest from our partners

The Lifestyle Health Foundation

Last Sept we helped to launch and are now supporting the running of the  Lifestyle Health Foundation; a Community Interest Company that has been formed for a community of ‘ordinary’ people leading extraordinary lives: to share how lifestyle health can support emotional health and help prevent and heal many mental and physical health problems. These are often triggered by an Acquired Mind Injury.

As part of our support, we recently produced these videos that look at the significance of emotional health. You can visit the Lifestyle Health Foundation at their virtual home at www.lifestylehealth.org.uk.

The Person-Centred Neurosciences Society

Members of the new Person-Centred Neurosciences Steering Committee contributed to this paper that has been published one of the largest online medical education platforms in the UK, OnMedica. It is also available to read from www.p-cns.org.uk. We have also support the Society by producing a series of short videos on sleep. One of which is available from here and other are on their website. The third resource developed with the P-CNS is Epilepsy Quality of Life, which you can visit by clicking on the website image which takes you to www.eqol.org.uk

On Twitter

A very poignant question from @ATwDocs @MizunDr that reveals why I so wish for a better appreciation & understand of significance of #emotions in life & work #values #outcomes @communityneuro @Commtherapy @LifeHealthFdn @rehabresearchuk @BritSocLM @christheeagle1 @rehab_alliance

Annabelle’s (@lifeatno27) allotment helped her overcome severe anxiety, panic attacks and confidence challenges, and her story is proof that gardening really can make a difference to the lives of people.

Read her story below: https://buff.ly/3A7QzHb #NationalAllotmentWeek

A clear example of why we recognise the significance #emotionalhealth to help appreciate the importance of #selfcare for all our wonderful #healthprofessionals who are involved in providing a more #PersonCentred #neurosciences service

Catherine @cjatkinsonOT

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You can purchase your tickets for our Friday night event at #BSLM2022.

Always one of the highlights, get booked in for a classy night filled with laughter, music, meaningful conversation and delightful food & drink.

https://bslm.org.uk/events/bslm2022/

Last year, @ellenfallows explored Lifestyle Medicine and the social determinants of health

http://ow.ly/Vr6F50K4gxy

For this BSLM blog , Dr Ellen Fallows, argues for a new approach, based on ‘3 principles of lifestyle medicine’...

You can now sign up for the Sixteenth webinar, planned for 7pm August 16th.

Dr Zarina Beg will be exploring Mindfulness and Work Wellbeing for GPs.

Izabella Natrins & Dr Catherine Steele will be discussing Lifestyle Medicine & Health Coaching.

👉 https://bslm.org.uk/events/webinars/

Our Executive Director Dr Fraser Quin has a message for you all leading up to #BSLM2022.

He touches on our theme of community engagement and the role the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation plays, our speakers, as well as some of the topics covered...

https://bslm.org.uk/a-message-from-dr-fraser-quin/

Struggling to make it to London for BSLM2022?

Don't worry! You can still purchase virtual tickets to make sure you don't miss any of the world-class Lifestyle Medicine content on show this September

https://bslm.org.uk/events/bslm2022/

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Annabelle’s (@lifeatno27) allotment helped her overcome severe anxiety, panic attacks and confidence challenges, and her story is proof that gardening really can make a difference to the lives of people.

Read her story below: https://buff.ly/3A7QzHb #NationalAllotmentWeek

“A Systematic Review of Measures of Dysarthria Severity in Stroke Patients https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32818305/ “
In our research project we will look in more detail at psychometric properties of available clinical assessment tools! Follow us to find out more!

DW. A recent umbrella review of spinal cord injury rehabilitation reveals only a little research, mostly focused on biological matters; it is interesting how little research concerns environmental or psychological matters, bladder management etc. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apmr.2022.07.003

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A very poignant question from @ATwDocs @MizunDr that reveals why I so wish for a better appreciation & understand of significance of #emotions in life & work #values #outcomes @communityneuro @Commtherapy @LifeHealthFdn @rehabresearchuk @BritSocLM @christheeagle1 @rehab_alliance

"Research for patient benefit" is the name of an important research fund in NIHR - find out more on 1st Sept https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nihr-research-for-patient-benefit-rfpb-seminar-tickets-398822216987 thanks to
@NIHR_RDS #YourRDS #StartWithUs

"When I experienced my stroke, my children were at the tender ages of 4, 8 and 10 and the event inevitably had a devastating impact on all of them."

@KateAllatt discusses the hard topic of how to talk to your children about your stroke or brain injury 👇http://ow.ly/KGfe50KaLhh

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Products

On this page are various products that Innervate have either created or we use as part of the work we do. 

Join-up

JOIN-UP, which we are in the midst of building and is to be launched later this year, is being piloted through the creation of epilepsy Quality of Life (eQOL). eQOL has been developed as part of our work for the Primary care and Community Neurology (P-CNS) in partnership with Base 8 Innovations and Nutricia, and forms part of a larger project, Join Up, which we will be launching later this year.

For close to 20 years, Innervate has stimulated and supported partnerships between healthcare professionals and patients. Our focus continues to be on optimising quality of life, as highlighted by our latest resource, eQOL (epilepsy Quality of Life).

If you wish to learn more about eQOL and help us support all the great work which epilepsy charities around the world are doing to offer hope for people and families living with epilepsy, then click here to ‘join-up’ today.

Visit eqol.org.uk