Do you have an idea that will improve and innovate your healthcare service?

Want to know how to initiate and implement an innovation project?

Innovations enable healthcare professionals to deliver better services, leading to more positive outcomes for patients and vital improvements in the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of service delivery as well as advancing the personal and professional development of those involved in undertaking such projects.  The Manchester Academy for Healthcare Scientist Education (MAHSE), with the support of the Health Education England (North), have launched a new website that will guide healthcare scientists through the most important stages of developing and implementing an innovation project.  The site features a Roadmap that takes healthcare scientists step by step through the processes of reviewing service provision, exploring ideas for service improvement/innovation, project planning, obtaining support, piloting and launching the project, disseminating outcomes and finally, evaluating the project.

You can also access useful resources to help you carry out your innovation project and can visit the site to keep up to date with news related to innovation within the healthcare sciences.

Find out how you can contribute to service improvement and learn about the knowledge and skills needed at each stage of the innovation process by visiting

Discover more about the innovation process – visit our new Service Improvement & Innovation Hub