About Wessex AHSN
Centre for Implementation Science
Frequently asked questions
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The dawn of precision medicine; the 100,000 genomes project across Wessex, 23rd May 2017
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Based at the University of Southampton, the CIS team apply
research and analytical skills including systems modelling, data science and
quality improvement to deliver support and evaluate programmes across health and social care settings. Our quantitative and qualitative skills help
implement evidence into practice for the people of Wessex. You can visit the CIS' main website here (via the University).
The team also has a new website to showcase some of their data intelligence projects, and provide a central resource of health and social care data sources for public use. Interactive tools are also being developed so the information and data are presented in the most useful way. You can visit the site here.
They work with the five universities in Wessex to bring together the most appropriate skills and resources to support the Wessex Academic Health Science Network and their Quality Improvement Programmes:
Working with the Wessex Cancer Strategic Clinical Network, we are looking at ways to reduce the number of bowel cancer patients who present as emergencies. Utilising skills from across a range of academic disciplines including geographic mapping, ...
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Project Support Officer, CIS
Dr Catherine Matheson
Senior Research Fellow, CIS
Senior Research Assistant, CIS
University of Southampton
Q: Another draw on my ever shrinking capacity or a rare opportunity not to be missed? When immersed in a day job which is all consuming, I think one of the essential skills is to weed out the good new opportunities from the energy sa...
Mission ABC: Improving lives for people with chronic lung disease