Teams Together

Teams Together is a programme which aims to help health and social care teams transform their practice using behavioural science.

Teams Together is a programme which aims to help health and social care teams transform their practice using behavioural science. MISC were commissioned by the Workforce Transformation team at Health Education England North West to support organisations who are part of the New Care Models ‘vanguard sites’ and wider service transformation programmes.

Working together in new ways often means changing ‘workforce culture’. Teams Together looks at this with a behavioural lens, working closely with teams to understand which practices they are finding tricky to change and at the psychological drivers behind these, proposing tailor-made interventions to help.

We are working with:

  • Heart failure nurses in Blackpool to move care to the community
  • Midwives in Merseyside to better promote the ‘flu vaccine to pregnant women
  • Integrated nursing teams in Morecambe Bay to help avoid emergency admissions
  • Older adult mental health teams in Salford to deliver coordinated care

To find out more, click here to download the Teams Together programme introductory slides

For further information, please contact Eleanor Bull, the programme’s Research Associate, eleanor.bull@manchester.ac.uk

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