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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Today marks the launch of PERIPrem: Perinatal Excellence to Reduce Injury in Premature Birth – a perinatal care bundle designed to boost rates of survival without brain injury in babies born pre-term. Perinatal care bundles – collections of evidence-based clinical interventions, have the potential to reduce the risk of brain injury and death in premature Read More
The South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN) has been inviting organisations from across the South West to participate in a rapid cycle learning study during the COVID-19 crisis. Now we are gleaning some of the first insights into effective learning and sharing of knowledge on COVID-19 responses. Some of the first participants to Read More
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic we are using our regular newsletter to share with you how the SW AHSN is supporting health and care teams in the South West who are working hard to respond to the crisis and protect the health of people and patients. In this month’s issue we share how we’ve been Read More
The South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN) is relaunching a fund to support local innovators, businesses, and health and care teams across the South West to roll out their innovations to support the response to the coronavirus [COVID-19]. The SW AHSN has made the decision to postpone its original Innovation Adoption Fund supporting Read More