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.
RESTORE2 has been shown to reduce 999 calls and conveyances by 16% compared with care homes that have no deterioration tool. Training in the use of RESTORE2 is playing a vital role in providing support to care homes during the COVID-19 outbreak and is now being rolled-out across the country. This feature explores the Read More
Our annual review, launched this week, features partnership projects across the South West, demonstrating the spread of innovative practice in health and care throughout the region. The South West AHSN’s Annual Review highlights how our organisation is working to improve the health of our population and create economic growth across the region. Jon Siddall, who Read More
At the South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN), we are tackling the issue of smoking in pregnancy by playing a key role in the regional Maternity and Neonatal Safety Improvement Programme (MatNeoSIP). To mark the Stoptober campaign, Tracey Sargent – Maternity Improvement Adviser at the SW AHSN – talks to a young mum, who quit Read More
A second competition for artificial intelligence technologies to receive funding through the £140m AI in Health and Care Award will open on 3 November, and close at 1pm on 8 December 2020. Technology companies, researchers and developers will be able to apply for help to develop and test AI products which meet the strategic aims Read More