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Search commences for innovative solutions to transform cancer screening and diagnosis
A search for innovations with the ability to transform cancer screening, and facilitate earlier and faster diagnosis launches on 25 July 2017. SBRI...
Precision Cancer Medicine: Forefront Technologies at the Clinical Interface, 14th September 2017
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This collaborative model of care is changing the way we manage mental health crisis, and is helping police officers to better understand the connection between emotional trauma and offending.
This video showcases why collaboration across the NHS works perfectly for the patient.
We enabled secondary care specialists to work in partnership with GP practices to provide care in the community and ensured a streamline patient journey linked to on-going care by the community pharmacist.
This video is a summary of the Big Data event held on 19 April 2016 at St Mary's Stadium, Southampton, by Wessex AHSN.
The Big Data conference, chaired by Richard Samuel, (Fareham and Gosport, South-Eastern Hants CCGs CEO) provided an overview of Big Data from experts within the field, as well as practical examples of how Big Data is being used to improve the way services are delivered.
Big Data in healthcare is being used to cure disease, improve quality of life, avoid preventable deaths and more importantly plan primary prevention strategies. With the UK population increasing and all of us living longer, through initiatives such as the Vanguards, models of care are rapidly changing, and many of the decisions behind those changes are being driven by data.
Listen to Sarah Rogers, one of the original researchers from the University of Nottingham, talk about the evidence base for the PINCER Tool and what it can do for medicines safety in primarycare
This film, created by Genomics England, follows one of the first children to receive a diagnosis from the 100,000 Genomes Project. Jessica's family talk about what it means to them, and how it will affect her treatment.
The Emergency Laparotomy Collaborative is bringing teams from over 30 hospitals together within their Academic Health Science Networks to improve outcomes for patients undergoing emergency general surgery or laparotomy, and save more than 1000 lives.
An interdisciplinary hub of expertise in regenerative medicine, orthopaedics, prosthetics and assistive technologies.