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In December 2015 150 healthcare, sports and public health professionals met at Get Physical, an event exploring how physical activity might be incorporated into the daily lives of patients and NHS staff across Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire to improve their health and wellbeing. Get Physical was organised by the Oxford Academic Health […]

Partners benefit from Oxford AHSN networks

Milton Keynes University Hospital has been strengthened by the emergence of Oxford AHSN networks, according to the Trust’s Chief Executive Professor Joe Harrison. Prof Harrison said: “We absolutely see the AHSN as a core part of developing networks across the region that allow Milton Keynes to play a bigger part on the regional and national stage.” […]

AHSN network ahead of the game on sustainability and transformation

The Oxford AHSN is making a difference to the delivery of healthcare in many ways, according to Oxford Health Chief Executive Stuart Bell. He said the AHSN has had a ‘catalytic effect’, imparting valuable influence, knowledge and expertise and ‘pulling together collective endeavour’ across the NHS. Speaking at an Oxford AHSN/Oxford Health event, he said: […]

Collaboration through network breeds success

The Oxford Academic Health Science Network gets people working together successfully, according to Julian Emms, Chief Executive of Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Mr Emms, pictured right, was speaking at the start of the fourth of seven Oxford AHSN events showcasing the benefits to patients of collaborations between industry, universities and the NHS. Around 40 […]

Network presents opportunities to share ideas and upgrade skills

There are many opportunities for NHS staff to share ideas and develop skills through the Oxford Academic Health Science Network, according to Dr Tina Kenny, the Medical Director of Buckinghamshire Healthcare. Dr Kenny said: “If you have even the tiniest idea or spark of innovation, don’t think it’s too small.” She was speaking at the […]

Milton Park event underlines value of industry collaboration, networks and support

A diverse audience drawn from the life sciences, academia and healthcare attended the ‘Better patient outcomes through partnerships’ showcase co-hosted by the Oxford Academic Health Science Network with OBN and Isansys. About 40 people attended the event at Milton Park on 19 May, one of a series of seven linked events across the Oxford AHSN […]

Showcase hears how adoption of clinical innovation is bringing benefits to patients

Hospital clinicians from a wide range of medical backgrounds came together with patients and innovators from industry and universities at the second of seven partner showcases co-hosted by the Oxford Academic Health Science Network (Oxford AHSN). They were welcomed by Jean O’Callaghan, Chief Executive of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust which co-hosted the event at […]

First showcase highlights value of clinical partnerships in raising standards

Clinicians from a wide range of backgrounds came together with patients and innovators from industry and universities at the first of seven partner showcases co-hosted by the Oxford Academic Health Science Network during May 2016. In all almost 100 people attended the inaugural event which took place at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, on 9 […]

May newsletter full of news and opportunities

The May edition of the Oxford Academic Health Science Network newsletter is full of information about forthcoming events and opportunities. It also includes links to recently published key documents: 2015/16 The year in numbers – Oxford AHSN annual review. You can read the more detailed Annual Report here. Patient safety theme – Summary of current […]

Showcasing better patient outcomes through partnerships

The Oxford AHSN is running seven linked events with partners during May 2016 to highlight the benefits to patients of collaboration. They take place in Didcot, High Wycombe, Milton Keynes, Oxford, Reading and Wokingham – details left and below. At each of these ‘Better Patient Outcomes Through Partnerships’ events the Oxford AHSN will table its […]

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