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Fresh debate needed as complexity of spreading NHS innovation laid bare in new report
A new report from The King’s Fund, commissioned by six Academic Health and Science Networks, charts the journeys of eight innovations from creation...
Recognising and Assessing Medical Problems in Psychiatric Settings (RAMPPS) training, 1st March 2018
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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.On the night, we heard from local healthcare innovators, academics and clinicians who are looking at new ways to tackle current (and future) problems. Slides and videos from the night are available below. Co-hosted by the University of Portsmouth and Wessex Academic Health Science Network, the Portsmouth Health Innovation Forum showcased local exciting health innovations from healthcare and academia, and some of the expertise and facilities available in Portsmouth to support this work.Videos and slides from the night:
Wessex Health Innovation Forum: Portsmouth highlights from Wessex AHSN Limited on Vimeo.
Portsmouth Innovation Forum: poster
Portsmouth Innovation Forum: agenda (final)
Portsmouth Innovation Forum: programme