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The Darzi Fellowship has come to KSS for the first time and our fellows are now in post.
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As it is the last week of Q recruitment, we use this week's blog to answer all your Q questions – and highlight the Kings Fund's praise for the work Pauline Smith has done on Patients as Partners for Improvement.
This week's blog is on "Supporting Strategic Commissioning" focusing on the strength and breadth of AHSNs' support for CCGs to address local challenges and unlock the potential for innovation to drive transformation.
This edition focusses on Q recruitment and reflects on the recent Improvers Network event.
In this edition we look at the link between housing and wellbeing in the elderly. Tracey Faraday Drake, LWFL Director hosts our blog this week.
Two-and-a-half years on from the launch of the NHS Five Year Forward View, the delivery plan for the next two years has been published. We look into what are the next steps . . .
For this edition we've offered our blog space to Deborah Evans, Managing Director of West of England AHSN, to share the story of her mother's battle with dementia and their final moments before she passed away.
This week we look at our Respiratory project, sharing some of the learning from the last five years.
Find out about our KSS Leadership and Innovation award winners of 2017
Nine delegates from cutting edge Danish health organisations visited Kent, Surrey and Sussex recently to foster closer collaboration between the two health economies.
Preparations are nearly complete for us to welcome Danish colleagues to England on Monday 6 February
The link between the UK economy and spending on health and social care has again been in the spotlight in recent days. Last week Prime Minister Theresa May was quoted saying that "a strong NHS requires a strong economy"
The NIA launched its 2017 Call at Confed. This national accelerator, supported by all 15 AHSNs, is now recruiting 12 Fellows with high-impact, evidence-based innovations addressing: Mental health, Urgent and emergency care and Primary care.
In his speech at Confed, Simon Stevens announced the launch of the NHS Innovation and Technology Payment (ITP). This programme builds on the Innovation and Technology Tariff (ITT) which went live on 1 April 2017.
SBRI Healthcare's focus this summer is cancer; screening and accelerated diagnosis as well as solutions for improved management of those who have survived. Applications for funding open 25 July!
There are only a few days left to apply for Q so we thought we would answer some of your most recurring questions on the recruitment process...
The application process to join Q is now open for people working or volunteering in Kent, Surrey and Sussex!