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Best Care Programme

Oxford AHSN Best Care Clinical Networks Impact Report 2015/16The Oxford AHSN Best Care programme aims to:

  • Identify and tackle unwarranted variation in patient outcomes across our region
  • Spread best practice by establishing an AHSN standard of care
  • Raise this standard of care by encouraging and facilitating the adoption of clinical use of innovation
  • Train the clinical leaders of tomorrow in partnership with Health Education England (Thames Valley) and the University of Oxford.

The Best Care Clinical Networks programme has published its 2015/16 Impact Report, see above. It includes tangible outputs and outcomes from many of the 50 projects of work and explores wider issues including engagement, identifying and addressing need, and future plans – within the eight individual networks and beyond.

Early Intervention in Psychosis Network-led study in BMJ Open

study led by the Oxford AHSN Early Intervention in Psychosis Network and published by BMJ Open calculated that if early intervention services were rolled out across the UK, the NHS alone would save £33.5 million a year. Each area in the Oxford AHSN now has a dedicated early intervention team reaching out to young people who might be having a first episode of psychosis.

Use the buttons below to find out more about all the Oxford AHSN Clinical Networks.

Further information: rachel.davies@oxfordahsn.org

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