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 Collaborate - Practice worth sharing

Collaborate issue 42 - 29 November 2017

This week we focus on the launch of the 2017 NIA technologies and celebrate the HSJ winners from KSS.

Collaborate issue 41 - 15 November 2017

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

Collaborate issue 40 - 1 Novembver 2017

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.

Collaborate issue 39 - 20 October 2017

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.

Collaborate issue 38 - 21 September 2017

This week we offer our blog space to our very own Jen Bayly to talk about atrial fibrillation and the AliveCor project.

Collaborate issue 37 - 15 September 2017

Expo! Expo! Read all about it!

Collaborate issue 36 - 6 September 2017

This week we discuss the findings of the annual CCG assessment and give you an insight into our pop up university session at Expo on test beds.

Collaborate issue 35-2 - 2 August 2017

We congratulate Dr Claire Fuller on her new role as Senior Responsible Officer for the Surrey Heartlands (STP) and invite Catherine Heaney OD Manager at Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust as our guest blogger sharing her experience with Q.

Collaborate issue 35 - 21 July 2017

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.

Collaborate issue 34 - 14 July 2017

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'.

Collaborate issue 33 - 6 July 2017

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.

Collaborate issue 32 - 22 June 2017

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.

 Latest News

David O'Connell's independent review of SBRI published, 27 November 2017

The Network welcomes the release of an independent review by David Connell of SBRI Healthcare, the NHS England funded programme, recognising the critical role to the success of the programme played by the 15 AHSNs.

NIA 2017 technologies announced, 22 November 2017

Find out which 11 technologies have been shortlisted for the 2017 NIA; each of which offer solutions to key challenges in Primary Care, Urgent and Emergency Care and Mental Health.

Promoting our work at the heart of Parliament

KSS AHSN was part of a Parliamentary Drop in Session at the Houses of Parliament, aimed at raising awareness of heart failure with MPs.

Assessing the impact of IHI training

We are pleased to publish the evaluation of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Accelerated Patient Safety Officer Programme, which was delivered to more than 70 delegates from Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

AHSN Network welcomes new fast-track route into the NHS for breakthrough medicines and technologies

On 3 November 2017 the AHSN Network warmly welcomed the Government's announcement of a new accelerated access scheme for “breakthrough” medicines and technologies.