England’s 15 Academic Health Science Networks are delivering seven programmes, developed regionally and selected for adoption and spread across the country during 2018-20. These are:
Sharing learning and spreading best practice from across the 15 AHSNs to reduce AF-related strokes. More here.
Oxford AHSN lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Emergency Laparotomy Collaborative
A collaborative approach to improving standards of care for patients undergoing emergency laparotomy surgery. More here.
Oxford AHSN lead: email@example.com
A group rehabilitation programme for people with knee and/or hip osteoarthritis, providing self-management support in the community. More here.
Oxford AHSN lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
Preventing prescribing errors by supporting pharmacists and GPs to identify patients at risk from their medications and taking the right action. More here.
Oxford AHSN lead: email@example.com
Working with maternity units to offer magnesium sulphate to prevent cerebral palsy in preterm labour. More here.
Oxford AHSN lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Serenity Integrated Mentoring (SIM)
Bringing together police and healthcare professionals to make a positive difference to the lives of people with complex mental health needs. More here.
Oxford AHSN lead: email@example.com
- Transfers of Care Around Medicine (TCAM)
Help for patients who need extra support taking prescribed medicines when they leave hospital. More here.
Oxford AHSN lead: firstname.lastname@example.org