Mynors Suppiah was founded in 2010 by Geraldine Mynors and Jane Suppiah to offer research, evaluation, patient information and strategy development projects in the UK healthcare sector.
Based in London and Glasgow, we are committed to providing excellent client service, maximising the potential of involving patients and service users as partners in change.
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We evaluate services or programmes in terms of health impact, the service-user perspective and economics. We are experts in developing evaluation frameworks and measures and metrics by which services can be judged, and developing tools to capture and analyse performance. Learn more
We build the skills and capacity of both staff and patients to engage in evaluating and improving health services. We can offer practical training to prepare patient leaders for roles where they can help shape services. We develop tools for staff to use in finding out how their services are performing, and give them the confidence and evaluative mindset to make a real difference to the services they deliver. Learn more
We are experts in developing tools to support shared decision making between clinicians and patients, including designing patient-centred information about conditions and treatments. We have a particular interest in patient access to health records and were one of very few independent consultants to be represented on the RCGP Patient Online working groups in 2012. Our approach to designing information begins with an exploration with potential users of what they really need to know, and we incorporate diagnostic user-testing of information resources as standard practice. We have links with skilled information designers whom we can bring in on graphics, to ensure that information is accessible and visually compelling as well as clear and evidence based. Learn more
We work with Boards of organisations to help them tackle the strategic challenges they face, through innovative approaches which enable them to examine data, listen to stakeholders and reach consensus. We can bring independent facilitation to workshops and meetings, and assist in the development of coherent strategies to meet organisational objectives. Learn more
We are working with the Whiteley Homes Trust on a volume of articles about ageing well in the future to be published to coincide with the launch of the Whiteley Foundation for Ageing Well and the centenary of the first villager moving into Whiteley Village in 2017.
We continue to collaborate with the MS Trust to facilitate the GEMSS programme, evaluating and improving MS specialist nurse services which have been funded through the Trust's specialist nurse programme.
We are working with Dementia UK to develop GEANS, an evaluation programme for Admiral Nurses working with carers of people with dementia throughout the UK, using the GEMSS approach.