Working in collaboration
Building collaborations and partnerships are central to how we work to help tackle health and care issues in the South West.
Here are some we are currently working on:
Care homes – we are working with Devon Care Kite Mark to shine a light on some of the great work happening in care homes in the South West and identify innovative best practice we can help share.
Transform Ageing – working with social entrepreneurs to find solutions that help people live well in later life, in four areas in the South West. Transform Ageing was awarded £3.65m from the Big Lottery Fund and is being delivered through a partnership led by Design Council, together with UnLtd - the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs, the South West Academic Health Science Network, and the Centre for Ageing Better.
Mental Health – the South of England Mental Health Quality and Patient Safety Improvement Collaborative, which aims to improve mental health services and care for patients.
Spread Academy – an immersive training initiative run in partnership with the renowned US-based Billions Institute to equip teams and leaders in health and care with the skills they need to unleash large-scale change. For more information, please contact email@example.com
South West Multiple Sclerosis Network – we reducing variation, improving resilience and sharing best practice in multiple sclerosis (MS) services by creating a network across all MS services in Devon and Cornwall.
Regional Intelligence Analysts Network – a collaborative network set up by the SW AHSN, Association of Professional Healthcare Analysts and the National Institute for Health Research SW Peninsula Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care.
Quality Improvement Patient Panels – is an initiative to support the work of health and social care organisations and innovators by ensuring the voice of the public is involved in improvement projects and innovation developments. For more information, please contact QUIPPS@swahsn.com
Q – supports and encourages people leading improvement to share ideas, enhance their skills and make changes that bring improvements to health and care. Q, led by the Health Foundation and supported by NHS Improvement, now has over 3000 members and is growing and flourishing. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org