Showcasing innovation at the Health and Care Expo

The Oxford Academic Health Science Network has a strong presence at the Health and Care Innovation Expo in Manchester this week.

The Oxford AHSN is taking part in workshops and discussions with a focus on spreading innovation at pace and scale.

Highlights include:

‘What can cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) do for patient consultations?’ led by our Medicines Optimisation Clinical Network

Pop-up University workshop, 11am Wednesday 7 September (Day 1). Read more about this project here.

Leading Together: patients, carers, professionals and the public working together’

Pop-up University workshop, 10am Thursday 8 September (Day 2). Read more about this project here.

Our Chief Operating Officer Dr Paul Durrands is also taking part in an AHSN Network workshop: ‘Driving innovation, generating economic growth’. Paul will highlight how the Oxford AHSN has added value with an impact on patients and the health economy.

10am Thursday 8 September (Day 2). Further information here.
Elsewhere a video featuring Prof Sir John Bell, the Regius Professor of Medicine at the University of Oxford, highlighting what Oxford has to offer in personalised medicine will be playing in the Personalised Medicine Zone. Watch it here.

And our award-winning partner Isansys is among the exhibitors in the Innovator Zone. The Innovator Zone is alongside the AHSN Network stand (Stand 50) where you can find out more about the joint work of the 15 AHSNs covering England. A new AHSN Atlas showcasing high impact innovation led by AHSNs will be launched here on Wednesday 7 September. The Atlas includes this case study featuring the Oxford AHSN Dementia Network.

Read more about the collective AHSN presence at Expo here.