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At its meeting in public earlier today, NHS England's Board gave its commitment to re-license all the 15 AHSNs who together make up the AHSN Network covering England.
The government has today announced a major initiative to drive the rapid uptake of health innovation – with AHSNs playing a central role in coordinating 'Innovation Exchanges'.
We start with a massive congratulations to all the AHSNs that were succesful in the HSJ Patient Safety Awards. We then move on to a guest blog from Dr Amanda Begley, Director of Innovation and Implementation at UCLP Partners.
This week we have a bumper issue on technology and innovation, including an insight from Rob Berry, our Head of Innovation, on how we can support the deployment of technology to accelerate change.
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
NHS England has today (21 July) confirmed its intention to relicense England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks.
Sixteen organisations from the UK and France, including research laboratories, companies, several NHS trusts, economic clusters and heath science networks, are coming together to launch the ADAPT project.
AHSNs are supporting a new programme that seeks to forge stronger international trading relationships within the UK’s ‘MedTech’ industry.
Two new reports outline the impact that AHSNs and their Patient Safety Collaboratives are making on a national level.
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.