9 January, 2017
CLAHRC South London is hosting the launch of The Lancet Right Care series on Monday 9 January 2017, at King’s College London’s Guy’s Campus, 10am to 4.30pm.
6 December, 2016
Dr Julie Reed, deputy director at NIHR CLAHRC Northwest London, and Catherine French, collaborative learning and partnerships lead at the CLAHRC, will report on research undertaken with 55 clinical teams across northwest London involved with 21 improvement projects.
2 December, 2016
The Health Innovation Network welcomes the STarT back team from West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) and Keele University to South London on 2 December.
2 December, 2016
Join the new care models programme and the national enhanced health in care homes vanguards in an online discussion as they delve into this care model in more depth.
26 November, 2016
The Health Innovation Network (HIN) has asked Partners in Creation to run an Action Based Co-creation (ABC) workshop to develop new and appropriate ideas to improve self-management of lower back pain.
16 November, 2016
The Health Innovation Network is working in partnership with Pharmacy Management, to deliver their annual flagship event on medicines optimisation in long term conditions, the frail and the elderly, on 16 November 2016 at Radisson Blu Portman Square, London.
19 October, 2016
Health Innovation Network members have the exciting opportunity to exhibit at the upcoming HIMSS Europe World of Health IT (WoHIT) Conference and Exhibition, taking place from 21 – 22 November 2016, in Barcelona, Spain.
13 October, 2016
The Health Innovation Network and the Sutton Homes of Care Vanguard are hosting an exciting new conference on Thursday 13 October 2016 at the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre.
1 September, 2016
The three Health Education England local teams working across London, have again agreed to collaborate to offer an internship programme for aspiring clinical academics, with the explicit aim of providing the requisite skills, knowledge and competence to enable interns to access a Masters of Research (MRes) programme in London.
26 July, 2016
This two-day course is for health professionals, researchers, patients and service users, policymakers, commissioners and managers in both the public and private sector who want to ensure clinical practice is evidence-based.
The Masterclass includes lectures, group work and guidance to help participants work more effectively on their own implementation projects.