Don Berwick talks about the AHSNs and PSC being crucial networks to make health care as safe as it can be. He acknowledges that the work is not easy and encourages boldness and courage.
He describes the AHSN/PSCs as one of the “largest patient safety initiatives in the history of the world” and shares the view that the secret of patient safety is learning together.
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.
The latest Mo video follows Mo's journey from hospital to home.
Sometimes, if you have a stay in hospital, your medicines can change. You may be given new medicines to take. This can be a lot to remember, especially if you were already taking medicine.
And by time you are back at home, it can be tricky to remember what you need to take. This is where a pharmacist can help.
The AHSN Network is proud to present a new video showcasing the unique role and wide-ranging impact of England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs). Told in the words of key stakeholders and partners, it sums up in less than 4 minutes how the AHSN Network is enabling the faster spread and adoption of innovation into the NHS in England.
This is a short animation of a selection of our impact from 2016-17.
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.