Join Our Newsletter

Events Calendar

« < June 2018 > »
27 28 29 30 31 1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Home arrow Market Research Findings arrow Healthcare arrow DJS Research Helps Show That The NHS Can Save Over 150 Million Per Year
DJS Research Helps Show That The NHS Can Save Over 150 Million Per Year PDF Print E-mail
Written by DJS Research Ltd   
08 Dec 2011

For the last 5 years DJS Research Ltd (, based in South Manchester, have created and developed a national piece of research that has highlighted the importance of an Education Programme called Give & Let Live.

Their client, The Jeanette Crizzle Trust ( who initiated the Give & Let Live Education Programme with the previous Government, are meeting with Anne Milton MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health in her office at the Department of Health, on Thursday 15th December 2011.

The research has found that Give and Let Live is an excellent resource but awareness and usage levels remain low amongst schools. The purpose of the meeting is to understand, in these austere times, the barriers the Government are facing to prevent the programme working.

The Jeanette Crizzle Trust has said that The Education Programme is something that can help save money but also save human lives every day...

- The NHS can save £152 million per year


- Reduce the 7000 patients waiting for a transplant, the majority of which are on dialysis costing £193 million.

- If all of these patients receive a transplant, the approximate cost would be £41 million per year

- Lack of action results in 3 people dying by the end of each day

The Solution...?

- Educate, Educate, Educate -

The Jeanette Crizzle Trust is hoping that the meeting with Anne Milton MP will help to push the programme further and ultimately move Give and Let Live from a voluntary to a compulsory part of the curriculum.

DJS Research will again be interviewing teachers during 2012 to monitor levels of awareness and usage of the Give & Let Live resource. Like previous years, the results will be submitted to Government to help gauge the effectiveness of the programme.

< Prev   Next >


How important is market research to start-ups in the current economic climate?

RSS Feeds

Subscribe Now