Tag Archives: Accelerating Innovation

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    Improving Mental Health for People Living with Diabetes

    GPs and Practice Managers in North West London are invited to register now for a series of workshops focused on improving the mental health of people living with diabetes. A third of North West London’s residents with long term conditions  have a common mental health problem such as depression or anxiety. Most of them may […]

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    ICHP & Buckinghamshire New University Postgraduate Innovation Module

    Imperial College Health Partners and Buckinghamshire New University are working in partnership to deliver a ‘Practical Course for Innovation adoption in Health Care Settings’. Innovation is about introducing an idea, service or product, new to the NHS or applied in a way that is new to the NHS, which significantly improves the quality of health […]

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    NHS Innovation Accelerator 2016

    Healthcare innovators have just over a week left to apply for the 2016 NHS Innovation Accelerator National and international healthcare innovators are being encouraged to apply for the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), with the deadline for applications closing at 5pm on Monday 1 August 2016. The NIA programme, which ICHP is partnering with and co-funding, […]

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    NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) Information Sessions

    Interested in joining a programme that is supporting the innovators from across the world? Find out more about the NHS Innovation Accelerator at one of our information sessions taking place on Friday 8 July and Wednesday 13 July 2016. The NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) aims to improve lives through fast tracking cutting-edge, low cost innovations […]

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    NHS Innovation Accelerator call for applications

    The NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) is delivered collaboratively by NHS England, UCLPartners and Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs). The aim of the NIA is to deliver on the commitment detailed within the Five Year Forward View – creating the conditions and cultural change necessary for proven innovations to be adopted faster and more systematically through the NHS, and […]

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    ICHP’s Innovation Support tool available to SMEs

    Imperial College Health Partners has developed a tool to support innovative health tech developers and researchers to navigate the innovation process from invention to adoption. The tool leads you through the key questions you need to ask yourself at different stages in the journey, and points you to potential sources of support along the way. […]

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    Cracking the Innovation Nut

    Academic Health Science Networks call for a national debate to address issues preventing innovation diffusion at scale Diffusion of innovation across the NHS at pace and scale remains a difficult nut to crack, yet one that must be urgently addressed if we are to collectively tackle the big challenges faced by the NHS over the […]

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    Understanding the challenges and enablers of diffusing innovation

    Making the NHS an attractive market place for industry to do business in is a priority for all Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs). However, the barriers causing it to lag behind other systems are complex. Therefore, in order to develop a sustainable strategy to address these barriers, we need to have both a sophisticated understanding […]

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    Find the perfect match

    Industry is from Mars and the NHS is from Venus. One is the master of unsolicited offers, the other plays hard to guess and get. This may be stretching it somewhat but a frequent complaint you will hear in corridors of commercial directors in the NHS is that they are inundated by cold-calls, or in […]

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    Beyond the headline – wealth creation

    Context The term “wealth creation” has found its way into the NHS language over the past three years. It is one of those terms that is easily and frequently used by politicians and the media but quite difficult to define. This is certainly true for many public policy buzzwords, and would not be a concern […]