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The Alliance Manchester Business School working in a consortium led by KPMG and including The University of Birmingham, Leo Learning, Cumberlege Eden and Partners and others – together with the NHS Leadership Academy have been named Gold winners in this year’s
Applications are now open for The Health Foundation Innovating for Improvement programme. £1.5million is available for up to 20 teams to test and develop innovative ideas to improve health care delivery and/or the way people manage their own health care
There is an opportunity for healthcare scientists to get involved in the Quality Improvement Champion’s Group. The Chief Scientific Officer’s Quality Improvement Champions Group (QI Group) would like to hear from healthcare scientists that are delivering their services away from secondary
Following on from the TRUSTECH and MAHSE webinar on Tuesday 17th November 2015, the next phase of the MAHSE Research and Innovation Project will be a workshop which will aim to develop the strategy for evolving research and innovation as
Recently the North West Healthcare Science Network celebrated their 10th year. As part of their celebration, they produced a new animation to explain Healthcare Science and what Healthcare Scientists do. You can watch the video below.
MAHSE healthcare Research and Innovation (R&I) scoping project TRUSTECH has recently carried out a scoping exercise on behalf of Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE) to understand the levels of research and innovation (R&I) activity in the North West
North West Coast Research and Innovation Awards – Last call for nominations. Do you have examples of clinical research and innovation which have made a difference to patient care across the North West Coast? Help celebrate excellent work in respect
The Health Foundation, an independent charity working to improve the quality of health care in the UK has £1.5 million available for up to 20 teams to test and develop innovative ideas to improve health care delivery in the UK.
The Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE) is currently developing a new funded career development programme, which will offer healthcare scientists in the North West region the opportunity to become further involved in research and innovation focused projects. More than