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This week we'd like to present a social blog - showing you our favourite and most memorable moments from the 2 day Health & Care Innovation Expo drawn from social media.
There are 850,000 people in the UK living with dementia. It currently costs the NHS £26.3bn a year. Our pop up university session at the Health and Care Innovation Expo will detail what we hope to achieve from our recent Internet of Things . .
This week we invite Tony Kelly, Director of KSS Patient Safety Collaborative to write a blog on The National Patient Safety Congress, an event in the year that provides the opportunity for reflection on achievements over the previous 12 months
Focus on: a collaborative blog! Guy Boersma, Liz Mear and Deborah Evans reflect on their time in the AHSN.
Focus on: Mouth care matters. After a recent expose in The Times which revealled many care homes ignored their residents oral hygine, Guy Boersma discusses the ambitious KSS programme to tacle this problem.
Focus on: a guest blog from Tracey Faraday-Drake on end of life care following the QHC report exposing that many older people are treated beyond what is beneficial. Guy Boersma celebrates East Sussex Better Together's 100 week milestone.
Focus on: NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIV) and how we can tackle 3 population health based challenges: prevention, earlier intervention and long term condition management. Guy Boersma reflects on how we are supporting early intervention in sepsis.
This issue showcases all our KSS AHSN publications; our Annual Review, our Impact Report and our new animation
A set of e-learning modules written by clinicians from Kent, Surrey and Sussex is now available to help improve delivery of acute Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) care.
National and international healthcare innovators have two weeks left to apply for the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), with the deadline for applications closing at 5pm on Monday 1 August 2016.
We’ve been working with UK Sepsis Trust to publish a 'sepsis symptom checker' that will be included in future personal child health records (also known as the PCHR or 'red book') for new parents in Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
A new report highlights the work of Patient Safety Collaborative across England, and includes great examples of our work!
Applications for the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) are now open! The initiative was launched today at the NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition in Manchester.