About Wessex AHSN
Centre for Implementation Science
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Evaluation of national health accelerator identifies key success factors in supporting adoption of innovations in the NHS
The key conditions essential for the adoption and spread of innovations in the NHS have been identified in an independent evaluation of the NHS Inn...
Innovations in Healthcare: Implementation processes, patient experiences, and complex problems, 21st March 2018
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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.
An interdisciplinary hub of expertise in regenerative medicine, orthopaedics, prosthetics and assistive technologies.
Almost 150 delegates joined Wessex AHSN's executive, programme and clinical teams at St Mary's Stadium on 13th October to learn how we've been making a difference to people's health and supporting economic growth in the region's health and life science industries during 2014-15. Here's just a small selection of our achievements.
The Bournemouth University Orthopaedic Research Institute has been established with the support of Wessex AHSN and through collaboration with the local NHS, healthcare industry worldwide and companies from startups to multinationals. The Institute will focus on R&D of new technology, international collaborative projects, and making Bournemouth a world-leading location for research into the prevention and treatment of osteoarthritis.
A distinguished panel of speakers and exhibitors shared their support for Wessex Life Science Cluster with delegates and the media attending the launch event at Salisbury City Hall on March 3rd 2015.
This important collaboration is committed to drive employment and investment in the Wessex region with the goal of creating at least 2000 jobs and attracting £100 million in new investment by 2020.
The Wessex Academic Health Science Network is bringing life sciences industries together to create a better business environment to improve health delivery and accelerate needed health innovations to market.
This will improve health, create jobs and generate new wealth for the region and UK plc.
Here we show an example of what we’re achieving with Bournemouth University’s Orthopaedic Research Institute.