Laura Hitt – Communications Officer at the South West Academic Health Science Network – talks about her experience of organising the Quality Improvement Partner Panels training programme in thig blog. Read More
Despite the number of UK undergraduates studying STEM subjects increasing by 16% over the last decade (compared to an overall increase across all subjects of 13%) undergraduate numbers for EU students increased by 52% and non-EU students (worldwide) increased by 63%. The figures come from the ABPI’s latest biennial survey of member pharmaceutical companies, looking at the challenges of recruiting suitably qualified and experienced staff. Bridging the skills gap in the biopharmaceutical industry (2019). Read More
As part of the “We are the NHS” campaign, the first recruitment drive for the NHS in over a decade, on Thursday 31st January, the campaign will focus on illustrating the stimulating and rewarding roles available within the NHS, with a particular focus on podiatry, therapeutic radiography, orthoptics, prosthetics and orthotics. Read More
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Innovative businesses across the UK have received wide-ranging support from the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) to access the complex NHS market. During a six-month period at the start of last year, 1,173 companies were supported with 1,524 innovations. This support spanned from initial signposting through to the development of long-term strategic collaborations. Of these, Read More