Free Programme for innovators

Oxford Academic Health Science Network are inviting healthcare professionals in the South East to apply to join the latest cohort of free practical course supporting NHS innovators.

Oxford Academic Health Science Network are looking for applications from allied health professionals. Deadling:27th Jan

The programme, now delivered entirely online, aims to support healthcare staff in addressing the need for quality improvement, better patient outcomes and to manage organisational change within constrained resources and in a rapidly evolving world. Applicants must be based in the South East of England. Applications are particularly encouraged from allied health professionals.

Frontline staff know the challenges and often have a solution. This programme helps them make it a reality.

Tracey Marriott, the Director of Clinical Innovation at the Oxford AHSN

It gives NHS staff the skills, tools, knowledge and understanding they need including stakeholder engagement, evidence collection and analysis, business case writing, procurement, managing change and collaborative working across the healthcare system to support adoption at scale.

Examples of projects successfully implemented by NHS staff having completed the programme include:

For further information about the programme and details on how to apply please email ferdinand.manansala@oxfordahsn.org

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