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It's a new year and we have lots of fantastic stories to share with you - we're delighted to be able to challenge the January Blues with so much good news!
The last Collaborate of 2017 includes a round up of recently published reports from the likes of the Health Foundation and the King's Fund and Nuffield Trust.
This week we focus on the launch of the 2017 NIA technologies and celebrate the HSJ winners from KSS.
This is an “Innovate” spectacular, celebrating the launch of our 11th magazine edition and showcasing some of the best case studies from the region. Guest blog by Peter Julius of Public Intelligence, Southern Denmark
This week is all about Darzi – applications for 2018 sponsors are now open and we welcome the submission of worthy KSS projects. We also offer our guest blog space to 2017 KSS Darzi Fellow Dr Jennifer Palfrey.
Reflecting on WHINN in Southern Denmark, Guy Boersma shares his best moments and invites Mercè Bonjorn Dalmau, University of Southern Denmark, to share her insight into AI in healthcare.
In partnership with KSS AHSN and others, The Royal College of General Practitioners has launced a new toolkit to improve the recognition, response and management of AKI in primary care.
A new guide to the AHSN Network has been published today detailing the impact to date of England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), as well as outlining future plans for the years ahead.
NHS England has committed to the long term future of England’s Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), as part of a 10-year vision to drive health innovation and stimulate economic growth.
The first in a series of four Local Learning System events to support Maternity units across the region with their MatNeo quality improvement plans is being held on 26 June.
Individuals and organisations working across health and social care are being asked to take part in an innovative survey to determine how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be harnessed within the NHS and in preventative health settings. Take part now!