21 June, 2017
On Thursday 15th June, the Health Innovation Network hosted a Tweetchat on #cathetercare with #WeNurses. We wanted to know about people’s experiences of catheter care in their workplace, examples of good practice and challenges around catheter care. We were also interested in finding out about innovative solutions that people were using to overcome the barriers and stigma associated with catheter care and how we can increase awareness of catheter care with patients, healthcare professionals, carers and the general public.
8 June, 2017
It's one thing to innovate. It's another to spread that innovation across the NHS and that's exactly what a new tariff system could do, says Tara Donnelly
14 March, 2017
Fay Sibley, Senior Project Manager for the musculoskeletal theme, writes about how the Health Innovation Network's Joint Pain Advisor helps those with osteoarthritis.
26 January, 2017
Rahel Gerezgiher, Health Innovation Network Communications Project Support Officer, writes about what it’s like for less tech savvy communities to use healthcare services.
23 January, 2017
The NHS has huge potential to be creative and innovative yet the system as a whole is slow to adopt innovation and best practice. Academic Health Science Networks - AHSNs - exist to speed up this process, to improve patient care and reduce system inefficiencies.
11 January, 2017
Laura Spratling, Programme Director for Diabetes and Stroke Prevention, is currently working in Freetown, where she's using her skills as a hospital management volunteer with the King’s Sierra Leone Partnership (KSLP). Read about her experiences in her new blog.