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Who we are

The West of England Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) is helping to deliver positive healthcare outcomes in the region and nationally by driving the development and adoption of new innovations and enabling patients to play an increasing role in their own care and of others. In doing so the impact of our work is far reaching: from enhancing patient wellbeing, saving lives and mitigating high risk incidents such as strokes; to enhancing efficiencies in healthcare practice and boosting the local economy through private sector collaborations. Find out more about us.


Working with us

We work alongside a range of partners – health service providers, care professionals, commissioners, service users, the general public, businesses, universities and other research bodies –  to act upon healthcare challenges and opportunities for the ultimate benefit of the patient.

Health & social care

Participate in our skills programme, work with our business connections on new ideas and gain critical care insights from the evidence base we are developing.

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Business

We want to hear about your innovations which can help meet future healthcare challenges.

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Patients & the public

Help us make healthcare centred on you by giving us your views.

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Universities & research institutes

Play a key role in providing the research that supports the development of new innovations and provides the evidence to shape future care provision.

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What we do

News

Showcasing Patient Safety initiatives at Patient First

Members of our Patient Safety Collaborative were at Patient First in London this week, the UK's …

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Blog

“So what do you do?”

Nathalie Delaney, Improvement Lead in our Patient Safety team, shares her experiences of trying to …

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Twitter

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Congratulations to the 2016 NIA Fellows on their scaling progress in year one. Find out more about their key highlights and mil…

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Events

West of England AHSN Annual Conference 2017

Date: 30/11/2017   Time: 09:00
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NEWS in practice

Watch our video to understand how the National Early Warning Score (NEWS) helps us communicate more effectively across handovers of care

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