As part of our approach to leading and spreading innovation, the South West Academic Health Science Network would like to share a beta version of its practical guide to spreading and leading innovation. We would value your thoughts and feedback on our guide. Please contact email@example.com. Following feedback we release an improved version in May Read More
People with Parkinson’s disease could see their care transformed thanks to a new service involving wearable technology. The project, entitled Developing Home-based Parkinson’s Care and led by the University of Plymouth and University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust (UHPNT), will see patients use a wrist-worn device known as a Personal Kinetigraph (PKG®) as part of a Read More
In autumn 2018 we began our Quality Improvement Partner Panels (QuIPPs), an initiative part-funded by The Health Foundation‘s Q Exchange programme to improve the quality of health and care services by ensuring the voice of the public features in innovation and improvement projects. QuIPPS invites members of the public from all backgrounds to join. Devon resident and Devon County Council Read More
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As we reach the end of the NHS Innovation & Technology Tariff and Innovation & Technology Payment (ITT/P) 2018/19 programmes, South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN) project manager Kim Morrissey shares five lessons learned from spreading the innovations in the South West. The Innovation & Technology Tariff and Innovation and Technology Payment (ITT/P) Read More