Our work

We provide a wide range of support to the West of England’s healthcare sector to ensure the very best care and experience for patients and the provision of best value services. This covers:

Find out more about the impact of our work through case studies and our annual impact report and business plan.

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Improving patient safety

Our award-winning support for improving patient safety is central to our work in transforming health services and systems.

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The West of England Academy

Explore our free Academy resources to gain essential knowledge and skills for innovative thinking in healthcare. Our resources include events, toolkits and online training.

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Toolkits and resources

We have co-created a number of toolkits and resources with our partners, member organisations and fellow AHSNs.

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Keeping people safe during and after COVID-19

Take a look at our training events and resources for care home and NHS colleagues during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

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Supporting innovation

We have a variety of support and tools that you can use to help get your ideas off the ground or help your business grow.

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Primary Care

At the West of England AHSN we are working on a wide range of initiatives to support primary care.

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