Videos

Category: Education and Training


Spread and adoption model: Webinar for AAC Rapid Uptake Products

We've been researching and developing a standardised, evidence based approach to the spread and adoption of innovations in our region. We call this our 'spread and adoption model' – the model is constantly evolving, with a key output being a 'spread and adoption plan'.

This video is the combination of two webinars held in early March 2019 to introduce the first three components of our model and the spread and adoption planning template to colleagues from other AHSNs.


All about the AHSN 2019

Bill Gillespie, the CEO at Wessex AHSN, explains the four key stages to support the adoption and spread of innovations, at scale, in the NHS.

How we connect academics, NHS, industry and others to bring fresh energy to old problems, inspired thinking to new ones and to spread innovation and best practice.

At Wesex AHSN we improve people's health, achieve excellence in healthcare and boost innovation and growth in our region's life sciences and healthcare sector.


Wessex Innovation Forum: Isle of Wight highlights video

Highlights from the Isle of Wight Innovation Forum, held on 4 July 2018.


Explaining Primary Care Demonstrator sites

In this video, we introduce the Wessex Primary Care Demonstrator Site programme, which focuses on conducting pragmatic, reasonably rapid (within a year) yet robust trials of packages of innovations that offer the opportunity to fundamentally improve outcomes and efficiency of clinical services.

We hear from our Associate Director of Primary Care, Rachel Dominey; Hampshire GP Dr Anthony Leung; and the CEO of Southampton-based healthcare innovation company, xim, Laurence Pearce.


Better Local Care: the story so far

Better Local Care in Hampshire wants to simplify how you access health and social care in your community by removing the red tape that often causes delays and frustration so you get the care you need at the right time, in the right place, by the right person.

It will achieve this by bringing together care professionals who already support the same local people, offering new ways for patients and the public to shape their own local services, and making sure care funding goes where it will make the biggest difference to people’s lives.

This video, produced by our CCG colleagues, describes the work of the Better Local Care programme over the past three years (2015-18), the results and what’s next.


Wessex Genomic Medicine Centre (GMC): Jenny’s story

100,000 Genomes Project participant Jenny talks to Wessex NHS Genomic Medicine Centre about how the project has changed her life.