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AHSN supports major award grant to University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service
A team from University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service, supported by Wessex AHSN, has been selected by the Health Foundation, an independen...
Using Quality Improvement Approaches to Improve Care Pathways in Mental Health, 30th October 2017
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Chaired by Geraldine Strathdee Clinical Director Mi4, this one day CPD certified event will discuss current developments and future trends in quality improvement in mental health services and address policy issues. The day will offer the chance to network with others, find out how quality improvement is spreading in mental health settings and discuss improvement case studies with mental health clinicians who are using quality improvement approaches. You’ll be able to share your improvement ideas and experiences (successes and challenges!), reflect on your own practice and create a plan to develop your personal effectiveness. We’ll also show you how to use the MINDSet quality improvement tools, how to submit a case study and how to use the resources it offers. You will gain tools, techniques and support to get started on improvement project straight away.
Join us in a discovery of medical research across the life course, at this conference which brings together academics from the Insititute of Developmental Sciences (IDS) at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton to share their insight.
The day will consist of six engaging hot science talks, films, laboratory and IDS building tours, posters, exhibitors and networking opportunities over lunch.
Are you a medtech SME looking for funding, support or collaborators?
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) invites you to apply for a place at this roadshow specifically tailored for medtech SMEs to find out more about:
*Our Invention for Innovation (i4i) and Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation (EME) programmes accept applications from SMEs as lead applicants collaborating with an NHS and/or academic partner. SMEs can apply to all the NIHR programmes as co-applicants.
This is the first of a series of events that will take place across the country. Future events will be publicised on the NIHR website when the venues and dates are finalised.
This one-day event is organised with South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) and includes speakers from:
*The NIHR has funded over 200 projects involving SMEs as either lead or co-applicants to date.
You can register* for a 1:1 session with:
Representatives from the CRN
*Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
You will be able to book your round-table discussion and/or 1:1 when you register for the event. Please indicate who you would like to meet with.
Register your interest:The deadline for expressions of interest is Wednesday 1st November by 5pm. Places are limited, so book your place today. You will be notified whether you have secured a place as soon as possible and no later than Friday 3rd November.
iSPACE is a successful project addressing the needs of those living with dementia and their carers while in primary care. During the webinar, Katherine Barbour, Wessex AHSN Senior Programme Manager leading the project, will describe the context and outcomes of the project, its transition to CCGs, and give top tips for implementing iSPACE in primary care settings.
Webinar details in flyer below: join via http://bit.ly/2zmv6rB with the event password 0880.
The NHS is changing. Health organisations, local authorities and universities are increasingly working together to help meet the challenges the NHS faces. New innovations and technology will be part of the solution, and will transform healthcare, as they have all other aspects of society. But developing technology that meets healthcare needs, and works sustainably in a real world environment, takes multidisciplinary teams working across sectors.This is your opportunity to find out more from local healthcare innovators, academics and clinicians who are looking at new ways to tackle current (and future) problems.Co-hosted by the University of Portsmouth and Wessex Academic Health Science Network, the Portsmouth Health Innovation Forum will showcase local exciting health innovations from healthcare and academia, and some of the expertise and facilities available in Portsmouth to support this work.You can book your space here, or if you’d like further information, please email: EnquiriesAHSN@wessexahsn.net