|Study||Patient and Public Involvement (PPI)||Co-funded partnerships||Development||Intervention||Impact & Sustainabilty|
|Māori older adults||Engagement with Māori olders, whānau||N/A||
Participation research methods conforming to Mātauranga Māori knowledge and practice.|
Modification of LifeCurve™ App for Māori.
12 week programme nutrition, sleep, physical activity.|
Trial of LifeCurve™App.
|Potential for broader adoption of intervention within Māori communities; adoption of the App.|
|Pacific elders||Pacific elders||Vaka Tautua (national Pacific health and social service provider)||Engagement with Vaka Tautua||N/A||Potential development of the LifeCurveApp for the Pacific community.|
|At-risk cohort||Māori community; Pacific elders; Age concern||
Age Concern: national charity representing older adults.
Engagement with Māori and Pacific communities; Engagment with Age Concern and agencies.|
LifeCurve™ App modification to reflect NZ socio-cultural norms. Identification of broad range of national and regional health services, social & community services to list and describe on the App.
Iterarative pilot of the meta-assessment form for use with non-Māori, non-Pacific participants through discussion with each group.
Modification LifeCurve™ App for NZ sociocultural conditions, embed national and local resources on App|
Recruit participants, train in use of App
Self-identification of position on LifeCurve trajectory
Use of App for 12 months
Concurrent embedded studies physical activity, sedentary behaviour, socialisation, oral health.
|Long term adoption of the LifeCurve™ App supported by the BoP DHB. Continued updating of the App to reflect local resources and referral availability.|
|Residential care||Two facilities from a corporate Aged Residential Care organisation.||Engagement with staff and residents to identify key issues regarding oral care, sleep, cognition.||Dential assessments, provision of dental hygienist service. Sleep health assessments. Cognitive stimulation therapy.||Developent of approproate resources for oral care, sleep disturbance, cognitive stimulation|
|Profiles of multi-morbidity||Compass Health: PHO > 500,000 patients enrolled; 2 primary care practices selected for data capture.||N/A||N/A||Identify support needs for clusters of individuals to improve management of co-morbidities and enable independent living for longer.|