Innovation, Improvement and Impact awards @AHSN_YandH closing date 09/12/2016

The Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network has officially opened nominations for its new Innovation, Improvement and Impact awards.

The awards will be presented at the Yorkshire & Humber AHSN’s Innovation, Improvement and Impact Conference to be held at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds on Wednesday January 25 2017. It is the first time that the conference will include an awards ceremony to celebrate the achievements of the region’s health economy and life sciences sector.

The awards are open to NHS partner organisations, industry and academic partners who are contributing to improving healthcare in the region.

  1. Patient safety achievement
  2. Performance through partnership
  3. Improving care through innovation or improvement
  4. Using technology to improve efficiency
  5. Best example of adoption and diffusion
  6. Best patient driven innovation / improvement / collaboration

Nominations close 9th December 2016

The Innovation, Improvement and Impact Conference provides an opportunity for healthcare professionals and industry colleagues to learn more about the work of the Yorkshire & Humber AHSN and the benefits it is delivering both locally and nationally.

It will feature keynote speeches from service leaders on the themes of Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Opportunities, Embracing Change with the healthcare sector and the Innovation Pipeline that is developing the solutions for future best and routine clinical practice.

Delegates will also be invited to visit our Ready Now Innovation Expo featuring innovators who are developing solutions that can support the challenges of delivering sustainability and transformation.


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