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Awards successes, two articles detailing our work/impact in Parliament, the Oxygen Wristband Project, Ted Talks, tech surveys, and news from outer space, literally, all appear in this edition of our Collaborate newsletter.
We bring you a round-up of a fab four day event that helped healthcare innovators test out their business ideas, and the news that University of Surrey is part of a new £20m Research and Technology Centre.
To read about everything from delivering better patient experiences to collaborating on serious incidents, and everything else in between, make sure to click on this bumper-packed edition of Collaborate
Issue 21 has more than 21 items of news and interest, including details of our latest Innovate magazine, PReCePT work, a NICE survey, Future Challenges, and details of the Transfer of Care Around Medicines project in East Sussex.
This issue includes details of the new AHSN Network MedTech Landscape Review, including our initial take on the report, and a piece on the 13 new NHS NIA Fellows, announced this week.
This issue brings news of the new Code of Conduct for data driven innovations alongside details of winners of SEHTA 2018 Healthcare Business Awards, genomics, NHS X and our very own 'Training in a Box' resource.
We start with a blog from Des Holden, our Medical Director, before moving on to news and views on everything from AF to AI and HIP. It’s definitely worth a read, and not just to find out what all those acronyms stand for!
SASH is outstanding, SEHTA is awarding, NHS App is rolling, Learning Disability Nurses are career developing and King's College London is surveying - read all the latest news from across the region and beyond in Issue 17 of Collaborate.
This edition brings a range of news including a round up of reactions to the NHS Long Term Plan, a great blog by Guy Boersma, our MD, on artificial intelligence, and details of a consultation on a new national patient safety strategy.
As well as bringing you seasons greeting from all at KSS AHSN, there's a range of news and views from across the region on everything from Artificial Intelligence to genomics, maternity services and an app for carers and care workers.
The KSS AHSN Alliance for Atrial Fibrillation team picks up a prestigious award! The Darzi Fellow application deadline approaches and there's a new video from the AHSN Network on this year's Health and Care Innovation Expo.
World Diabetes Day gets off to a great start thanks to a Government announcement. We also sneak a peek at what we're up to during Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Week, and take a look at the HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards.
The NHSX and AHSN Network need your input on the latest survey to understand demand and supply of data driven technologies to improve health.
A new initiative across Kent, Surrey and Sussex aims to increase correct oxygen prescribing and thereby reduce avoidable deaths as a result of incorrect use of oxygen.
Twelve Patient Safety projects from across Kent, Surrey and Sussex have been shortlisted in this year's HSJ Patient Safety Awards.
Healthcare innovators from across the South of England have been in Guildford this week to test out their business ideas in a four-day programme hosted by SETsquared and KSS AHSN.
KSS AHSN was out in force at the recent International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare, displaying five posters at the event.