WAY TO GO: People with T2D in Wales who used PocketMedic films to help themselves learn
about how to better live with the condition. Tony Chelley (above left), Jeff Lye (above right),
and Jill Whitney-Shreves (right).
co-founder and commercial director of
eHealth Digital Media, "We're talking with
many CCGs about the potential benefits
of film-based prescribing and we're on
track to roll-out the service, across the UK,
by 2020. We've signed-up GP clusters
and NHS Foundation Trusts, including
Hampshire and Bath. We've received
Welsh Government health innovation
funding to allow all NHS Wales' patients to
access the Living with Diabetes film series.
*Professor Jeffrey W Stephens is
consultant physician at Abertawe Bro
Morgannwg University Health Boards'
Morriston Hospital. Dr Sam Rice is
consultant physician at Hywel Dda
University Health Boards' Prince Philip
Hospital.The artificial pump is a simple