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Academic Health Science Networks
There are 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) across England, established by NHS England in 2013 to spread innovation at pace and scale – improving health and generating economic growth. Each AHSN works across a distinct geography serving a different population in each region as shown on the map below.
NHS Knowledge videos
Bay Health & Care Partners
Better Care Together is leading the way in new models of care across Morecambe Bay to ensure our public receive the care they deserve.
Vanguard - My life a full life
On March 10th the Isle of Wight, along with 259 other organisations and health and social care partnerships, expressed an interest in leading the development of a new care model, with the aim of transforming how care is delivered locally.
Carol Read RN/MSc
West Yorkshire and Harrogate STP
The following video is taken from the People’s Transformathon 2017 and covers the context behind the Sustainable Transformation plans which aim to address three gaps:
Co-Creation Network Case Study
This network warmly welcomes everyone who is interested in learning new ways of working better together, testing and supporting change and exploring the answers to those questions which matter most across our health and social care systems. Anyone with a passion for improving patient care can join and membership of the Co-Creation Network is free.
Leading Networks for Change a short video introduction
The context for networks in heath in the UK
A major challenge facing organizations today is how to partner with other organizations, agencies, and groups to collaboratively address social and political goals while effectively maximizing resource sharing of the partners involved. However, the process by which organizations have engaged partners in collaboration has varied, with few ways to measure and evaluate the success of these partnerships.
The rise of the network leader
Organizations with the strongest leaders have nearly double the revenue growth compared to those with weaker leaders. However, most leaders lack the full complement of skills to thrive in today's rapidly changing work environment. To remedy this, organizations must adjust their approach to leadership and develop leaders who are able to build and enable powerful networks within the organization, creating conditions for employees to work through and with others to increase productivity.
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