InsidesOut Ltd
Registered company name      : Insides Out Ltd Registered company number   : 10462765 Registered company address  : 28 Landport Terrace, Portsmouth, Hants, PO1 2RG Website development © Stewart Rowbotham 2016-19

Insides Out Ltd

Insides   Out   Ltd   is   an   innovative   and   creative   company,   whose   aim   is   to   work   with   industry,   medical   and   training   organisations   to   provide products;   to   inform   and   educate   patients,   staff   and   communities.   Insides   Out   Ltd   creates   educational   training   aids,   to   help   demonstrate   the impact of a variety of health issues. Through education, change can be initiated; enabling a more informed community to take an active role in supporting their own health needs. Public Health Need Insides   Out   Ltd   worked   in   partnership   with   Wessex   AHSN   and   others,   identifying   a   need   to   educate   and   inform   communities   about   alcohol related liver disease; indicated by the UEG as a growing concern, as below. ‘United European Gastroenterology (UEG) Press Release’ 21 November, 2014   UEG   is   supporting Awareness   Week   on Alcohol   Related   Harm   (AWARH)   and   calls   for   greater   awareness   of   the   relationship   between   alcohol and   liver   cancer.   Excessive   alcohol   consumption   can   lead   to   liver   cancer,   estimated   to   be   responsible   for   746,000   worldwide   deaths   each year, making it the second most common cause of cancer death. Europe is by far the biggest drinking region in the world. Harry Potter artists create 3D livers for Royal Surrey Hospital 15th November 2016 Michelle    Gallagher,    Clinical    Director    for    Medicine    and    Clinical    Lead    for    Hepatology    Gastroenterology,    said:    “Regular    heavy    alcohol consumption can have a detrimental effect on your health. Patients   often   have   no   idea   what   is   going   on   inside   their   bodies   as   outwardly   they   cannot   see   the damage they are doing.” “The   3D   livers   are   visually   very   powerful   and   will   help   us   to   illustrate   the   progression   of   the   disease   to patients   presenting   with   hazardous   alcohol   consumption   or   in   the   early   stages   of   the   condition   where changing behaviors’ can halt the development to advanced liver disease.” Staff at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Are   using   Harry   Potter-related   wizardry   to   show   patients   exactly   what   liver   damage looks like. Becky   Osborn,   lead   alcohol   nurse   at   the   trust,   said:   “The   livers   have   already   proved   to be   very   useful   and   we   have   found   them   to   be   a   real   talking   point   when   we   have   public information stands.” “We   will   use   them   to   show   patients   the   effects   alcohol   can   have   on   their   liver,   educate staff and improve awareness in the wider community.” Hampshire   Hospitals   have   been   donated   the   ‘Drinks   Informed’   kit,   which   has   been   provided   by   ‘Insides   Out   Ltd’   as   part   of   a   project   being   run by   Portsmouth   Hospitals   NHS   Trust,   Portsmouth   City   Council,   The   Helen   Hamlyn   Centre   for   Design,   NHS   Innovations   South   East   and   the Wessex Academic Health Science Network.
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Insides Out Ltd

Insides   Out   Ltd   is   an   innovative   and   creative   company,   whose   aim is    to    work    with    industry,    medical    and    training    organisations    to provide    products;    to    inform    and    educate    patients,    staff    and communities.   Insides   Out   Ltd   creates   educational   training   aids,   to help demonstrate the impact of a variety of health issues. Through    education,    change    can    be    initiated;    enabling    a    more informed   community   to   take   an   active   role   in   supporting   their   own health needs. Public Health Need Insides    Out    Ltd    worked    in    partnership    with    Wessex   AHSN    and others,   identifying   a   need   to   educate   and   inform   communities   about alcohol   related   liver   disease;   indicated   by   the   UEG   as   a   growing concern, as below. ‘United   European   Gastroenterology   (UEG)   Press   Release’   21 November, 2014   UEG    is    supporting   Awareness    Week    on   Alcohol    Related    Harm (AWARH)    and    calls    for    greater    awareness    of    the    relationship between   alcohol   and   liver   cancer.   Excessive   alcohol   consumption can   lead   to   liver   cancer,   estimated   to   be   responsible   for   746,000 worldwide   deaths   each   year,   making   it   the   second   most   common cause   of   cancer   death.   Europe   is   by   far   the   biggest   drinking   region in the world. Harry    Potter    artists    create    3D    livers    for    Royal Surrey Hospital 15th November 2016 Michelle   Gallagher,   Clinical   Director   for   Medicine   and   Clinical   Lead for    Hepatology    Gastroenterology,    said:    “Regular    heavy    alcohol consumption can have a detrimental effect on your health. Patients    often    have    no    idea what    is    going    on    inside    their bodies      as      outwardly      they cannot    see    the    damage    they are doing.” “The   3D   livers   are   visually   very powerful    and    will    help    us    to illustrate   the   progression   of   the disease   to   patients   presenting with         hazardous         alcohol consumption    or    in    the    early stages   of   the   condition   where changing    behaviors’    can    halt the   development   to   advanced liver disease.” Staff    at    Hampshire    Hospitals    NHS    Foundation Trust Are        using H    a    r    r    y      P   o   t   t   e   r   - r   e   l   a   t   e   d     wizardry      to s      h      o      w        p   a   t   i   e   n   t   s     exactly   what l     i     v     e     r       d   a   m   a   g   e     looks like. B    e    c    k    y      O   s   b   o   r   n   ,     lead    alcohol nurse   at   the trust,      said: “The      livers h      a      v      e        a   l   r   e   a   d   y     proved   to   be very      useful and   we   have found     them to   be   a   real talking    point when         we have     public   stands.” “We   will   use them           to s      h      o      w        patients    the e   f   f   e   c   t   s     alcohol     can have          on their        liver, e   d   u   c   a   t   e     staff         and i   m   p   r   o   v   e       in    the    wider community.” Hampshire   Hospitals   have   been   donated   the   ‘Drinks   Informed’   kit, which   has   been   provided   by   ‘Insides   Out   Ltd’   as   part   of   a   project being   run   by   Portsmouth   Hospitals   NHS   Trust,   Portsmouth   City Council,   The   Helen   Hamlyn   Centre   for   Design,   NHS   Innovations South East and the Wessex Academic Health Science Network.
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