We help health and care teams in south London benefit from innovation faster
Health Innovation Network (HIN) South London is the health innovation network for south London, one of 15 across England. We are the bodies uniquely established to connect NHS and academic organisations, local authorities, the third sector and industry, in order to increase the spread and adoption of innovation across large populations, at pace and scale.
Learn more about our priorities in our Strategy 2021-26.
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Our expertise and services
We are an NHS team that works flexibly across the health and care sector, industry, academia and in partnership with south London residents to speed up innovation and improve care. We advise, support and connect teams to successfully adopt innovation. Whether you are a member in south London or another organisation seeking innovation support, you can contact us at any time to discuss your innovation project and see how we can help.Find out more about what we do
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A mental health programme which has benefitted 1000s of young people with eating disorders has been shortlisted for a prestigious national HSJ Award. An early intervention eating disorder model which
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Reducing cardiovascular events by tackling Atrial Fibrillation
We are working to reduce cardiovascular events by supporting a range of projects to implement the national Atrial Fibrillation Toolkit’s “Detect, Protect and Perfect” model.
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Report: Patient Perspectives on Digital Access to Primary Care
Overview The national Digital First programme began in 2019, looking at how access to digital services in primary care (general practice) could be made equitable for all patients. In London, Digital F
Transforming dermatology outcomes using digital technology: results from teledermatology pilots in London and the south east
Skin conditions are a growing concern in the UK; more than 100,000 new cases of skin cancer are reported every year, with rates of some skin cancers growing by up to a third in the past decade. About
Adopting the Triangle of Commitment to work in partnership with people and communities in health and social care
This article was written by Aurora Todisco, a Lived Experience Partner at the Health Innovation Network. Find out more about our Lived Experience Partner roles and how their work forms an important pa