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 KSS AHSN’s Newsletter: Collaborate

Collaborate Issue 20 - 7 March 2019

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.

Collaborate Issue 19 - 25 February 2019

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.

Collaborate Issue 18 - 7 February 2019

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!

Collaborate Issue 17 - 24 January 2019

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.

Collaborate Issue 16 - 10 January 2019

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.

Collaborate Issue 15 - 13 December 2018

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.

Collaborate Issue 14 - 29 November 2018

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.

Collaborate Issue 13 - 15 November 2018

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.

Collaborate Issue 12 - 1 November 2018

Darzi recruitment is set to start on Monday, and the NHS Innovator Accelerator Alumni goes live. We also hear about the Brighton and Hove CCG nursing team's success at the Nursing Times awards.

​​Collaborate Issue 11 - 18 October 2018

The diabetes HotHouse is calling for applications! A reminder about Darzi deadlines and some encouragement for submitting entries to this years HSJ Value awards feature in this week's edition

​Collaborate Issue 10 - 5 October 2018

We are excited to announce #Darzi19 is live! Sponsor recruitment is open and information on the programme is available here.

Collaborate Issue 9 - 20 September 2018

This bumper issue highlights some of the most prominent local and national initiatives in health and care. Read on

 Latest News

Serious Incident training - In a Box

Our Serious Incidents Community of Practice has trained more than 150 people in serious incident investigation. It has now packaged up its collective learning and experiences from these sessions to create its Serious Incident Training in a box package.

Code of Conduct for data-driven innovations launched

A new code of conduct has been launched to enable the development and adoption of safe, ethical and effective data-driven health and care technologies.

SEHTA awards

KSS AHSN was pleaset to support the SEHTA 2018 Healthcare Business Awards evening, which saw six companies recognised for their work across the region.

Topol Review

The Topol Review outlines how to prepare the healthcare workforce to deliver the digital future has been released. It looks at how technological and other developments are likely to change the roles and functions of clinical staff.

Supporting CCGs to implement PINCER

PRIMIS, part of the School of Medicine at the University of Nottingham, is holding a series of one-hour webinars in collaboration with KSS AHSN throughout February aimed at anyone with an interest in Medication Safety.