About Wessex AHSN
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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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Meet Mo. Mo is just like the rest of us.
The ‘Meet Mo’ video has been produced to encourage patients – who take several types of medicine – to book a review with their local pharmacist.
This is because, over time, people who take many different types of medicines for different reasons can find their treatments sometimes do not work well together.
A medicines review can help prevent trips to the GP or even hospital, and most importantly, help people feel better. A local pharmacist is a good place to have this conversation.
A summary of the AHSN's impact and role in the health system ahead of the new five-year license, starting April 2018.
Highlights from the Dorset Health Innovation Forum, held in Bournemouth, on 17 July 2017. This event showcased innovations on the Innovation and Technology Tariff (ITT).
This is a short animation of a selection of our impact from 2016-17.
Anticoagulants are medicines which prevent harmful blood clots, by slightly changing the balance of the natural clotting process. Wessex AHSN has worked closely with several clinical and non-profit organisations to create information resources supporting the use of novel anticoagulants.
There are a number of important things to be aware of when starting anticoagulants. Let's hear from our fictional character Jack as he begins taking this medication and talks about his concerns.
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.