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Daily Insight: An unregal situation
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Legionella found in teaching trust's water system
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Exclusive: Mental health services get £18m winter boost to support A&E
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'Ruthless' rationalisation of regulators and CCGs could save £1bn, says Mackey
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SCALING UP: 14 MARCH LIVE STREAM

February 29, 2016
The Health Foundation will be live streaming Sherry Coutu CBE keynote talk from their annual reception. Sherry will be sharing her insights as to how successful innovations could be scaled up more eff…
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Drink!Informed: An Aid for Alcohol Services

February 29, 2016
Alcohol is one of the three biggest lifestyle risk factors for disease and death in the UK – the others being smoking and obesity. Alcohol-related harm is estimated to cost the UK economy £21 billion …
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Who's got the drug keys?

February 26, 2016
It's an all too common occurrence. A busy ward, a busy department, or simply a busy time of day. You thought you knew where the security keys were, but they have gone missing or simply not put back. …
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We are recruiting an Innovations Officer

November 23, 2015
NHS Innovations South East (NISE) is seeking an Innovation Officer to support its intellectual property and innovation management services for NHS organisations in the south east. The post would be…
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Congratulations to this year’s winners of the 2023 Challenge

July 3, 2015
These days, it seems, the NHS is never out of the headlines. Like other countries, the UK faces a number of challenges – social, political, financial and scientific - as it strives to deliver a world …
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Funding available for innovations to improve health care

January 9, 2015
The Health Foundation has £1.5 million available for up to 20 teams to test and develop innovative ideas to improve health care delivery in the UK. Interested?
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NHS Fails to Keep Pace with Mobile Savvy Patients, Study Finds

January 6, 2015
No doubt 2015 will continue to see a steady rise in the use of mobile devices and apps to share information and communicate with each other. However, the use of such technology by the NHS to communica…
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2023 Challenge

December 21, 2014
Who will be the next NHS innovators? Now in its second year the 2023 Challenge will go live on the 8th January 2015 If you’re a trainee in the Thames Valley and you work day-to-day with patients the…
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The Oxford Child Sexual Abuse Examination Skills Trainer (OxCAT)

December 18, 2014
At the launch of OxCat in 2011 Earl Howe, then Opposition Spokesman for Health and Social Services in the House of Lords, when opening his address began by reminding Forum delegates that “child protec…
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NIHR to fund £1.2m Portsmouth trials of innovation for asthma sufferers

December 16, 2014
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has awarded Portsmouth Hospital Trust £1.2 million to fund trials of Temperature-controlled Laminar Airflow (TLA), a bedside air-filtering device desi…
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