Working together to achieve innovation and improvement in health and care
The South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN) works to transform the health and patient experience of people in South West England by accelerating the spread and adoption of innovation and quality improvement.
What would you do with extra years of life?
The South West Academic Health Science Network is on a mission to give people living across the South West of England extra minutes, hours, days and years of healthy, happy life by 2035, by placing innovation in health and care where it needs to be.
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An enormously successful initiative co-run by the SW AHSN and the Applied Research Collaboration South West Peninsula (PenARC) has influenced a ground-breaking new scheme to use operational research to improve the police service. The 2018 round of the Health Services Modelling Associates Programme (HSMA), jointly run by the SW AHSN and PenARC’s operational research team, Read More
Read our last newsletter of 2019, where we celebrate the South West Academic Health Science Network’s achievements over the past 12 months, bring you stories of innovation in action in primary care, and give you a chance to explore innovative ideas you’ve spotted elsewhere.
It’s been a busy year for the South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN)! Over the past 12 months we have brought curious and innovative minds together, nurtured extraordinary ideas, and shared strategies for change. We’ve spread a range of innovation that’s helped to brighten the futures of babies born prematurely, spot deteriorating patients, and detect Read More
The South West Academic Health Science Network is offering practitioners across the South West the opportunity to apply for small grants to support the capability building of registered health and care professionals (HCPs) across the region. Grants of up to £1,500 are available to support HCPs to complete experiential and insights learning opportunities with a Read More