This document has been compiled by Drs Peter Young and Maryanne Mariyaselvam (Consultant Intensivist and Clinical Fellow, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn) and the Oxford Academic Health Science Network (AHSN),… read more →
Innovating in health care settings programme September 2017/Cohort 3 Timetable
The Oxford Academic Health Science Network (Oxford AHSN) is working with Buckinghamshire New University to deliver a Practical Course for Innovating in Health Care Settings Programme. We have created this… read more →
The IOFM Phase 1 Benchmarking Report shone light on a number of barriers to clinical adoption and was referenced in the NICE review of Medical Technology Guidance 3.
Sets out recommendations to speed up access to innovative healthcare and technologies, to improve efficiency and outcomes for NHS patients.
The Oxford Academic Health Science Network has established a network to improve outcomes in patients with early inflammatory arthritis. The focus is on spreading best practice and early intervention –… read more →
WireSafe is an engineered solution to prevent retention of the central line guidewires that are used when inserting large catheters into central veins.
The PneuX System is a cuffed ventilation tube and an electronic cuff monitoring and inflating device that prevents leakage of bacteria-laden oral and stomach contents to the lung. It has… read more →
An inventive NHS team in Kings Lynn has developed three innovations that have been demonstrated to improve patient safety in critical care. The Oxford AHSN is supporting the uptake of… read more →