Summaries of evaluation work
Below we share learning from ihub improvement work supported by the Evidence and Evaluation for Improvement Team.
This work describes evaluation support we provided to Shelter Scotland and the Fife Health and Social Care Partnership to support homeless people in Fife.
This document describes three case studies of ihub support provided for collaborative commissioning between HSCPs and local third and independent sector organisations.
In this report, we share the lessons learned from three service areas that were supported to use and adapt Experience-based Co-design (EBCD) to improve the quality and experience of care in their settings.
This report provides insights into the learning from 12 teams across Scotland that participated in a learning network focused on supporting the development of neighbourhood care models during 2018-19.
In this multiple case study evaluation, we bring together what three healthcare organisations have been doing to successfully apply and sustain 'What matters to you?' in their day-to-day practice.
In this case study, we share what East Ayrshire Heath and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) did to reduce the total time patients spend delayed in hospital with no more need for hospital care, whilst also increasing the reliability of systems delivering safe, legal and person-centred discharge.
This work describes the support we offered to Health and Social Care (HSC) Moray with the evaluation of a new community nursing model piloted in the Forres area that embeds a collaborative way of working between housing and healthcare.
Here, we bring together learning from evaluation of personal outcome focused interventions to provide some practical guidance for those planning, commissioning and delivering personal outcomes focused approaches and seeking to monitor and evaluate this work. We also describe our evaluation support for the Midlothian wellbeing service.
ihub supported the cost analysis of the introduction of an intervention designed to address the delay in hospital discharge for older people with frailty. The introduction of the Homecare Package meant that frail older people could be discharged to go home, whereas they would have otherwise been admitted to a geriatric ward.