In 2022, the Health Innovation Network launched an Involvement Strategy that represents a refresh in thinking and effort to co-produce health innovation. Part of this strategy was a new Lived Experien March 23, 2023
Involving the public is crucial to ensuring health and care services are designed as effectively as possible. However, it can be difficult to get the language of involvement right. Alice Beaumont, in the HIN’s Insights team, shares what we’ve learnt about using appropriate language around involvement and how this can help improve engagement. March 23, 2023
The NHS have received long-term loan offers of FeNO devices to improve access to lung function testing in primary care/the community. This initiative can support the mobilisation of quality-assured R March 21, 2023
We hear from Dr James Woollard about the importance of failure in innovation, and how HIN-funded simulation labs have helped create a space for this. James is Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatr March 14, 2023
We try to make this as relevant to you as possible so please let us know if there is anything we have missed that you feel should be included. Covid-19 Specific Funding: New Future Fund To Support March 13, 2023
The Health Innovation Network and NHS England (London Region) recently held a series of procurement roundtables focused on remote monitoring. In this blog HIN Chief Executive Rishi Das-Gupta and NHS E March 10, 2023
The Health Innovation Network (HIN) and My Home Life England are delighted to announce the fifth South London Care Home Pioneer Programme – a leadership support and professional development programm March 2, 2023
To mark Eating Disorders Awareness Week, National Programme Manager Jill Owens reflects on the challenges of eating disorders, why it is crucial to treat them as early as possible and how early intervention services like First Episode Rapid Early Intervention for Eating Disorders (FREED) can help. February 28, 2023
Funding has recently been made available by the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) for Healum licenses for up to 30 GP practices in south London for one year.
Healum software is interoperable w February 22, 2023
How digital peer support helps to tackle health inequalities and lowers the strain on education and healthcare.
Innovative mental health solutions are desperately needed as 1 in 6 young people now h February 15, 2023
Involving the public is crucial to ensuring health and care services are designed as effectively as possible. However, it can be difficult to get the language of involvement right. Alice Beaumont, in the HIN’s Insights team, shares what we’ve learnt about using appropriate language around involvement and how this can help improve engagement. February 15, 2023
To mark Race Equality Week HIN CEO Rishi Das-Gupta writes about the importance of diversity in the workplace and the challenges it can present.
The NHS recently dropped its diversity targets (they ar February 9, 2023
Could digital talking therapies tools help to provide more well-rounded care to people with physical health conditions? Health Innovation Network project manager Gemma Dakin discusses the potential be February 8, 2023
The Care Home Pioneers programme is a leadership support and professional development programme for care home leaders in south London. To date, we have supported over 70 care home managers, nurses and senior deputies on the programme, facilitating their personal growth February 3, 2023
Natasha Callender, Senior Project Manager and Medicines Workstream Lead at the HIN, writes about how we are using co-design to expand our work to improve chronic pain management and reduce harm from o February 2, 2023
Chandra Banerjee recently joined the HIN for an eight-week placement as part of the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme. Here he writes about what he learnt from working on evaluation and shares a February 2, 2023
In this edition, we catch up with Antoine Lever, Co-founder and Commercial Director of babblevoice, an affordable, high quality and reliable phone system that is purpose-built for primary care providers. January 26, 2023
Our second in the series Pan London PSIRF webinar exploring the topic of patient safety culture
We are pleased to invite you to register for our second Pan-London PSIRF webinar, hosted by the 3 Lon January 25, 2023
Restrictive practices are techniques such as physical restraint, seclusion and rapid tranquilisation used to limit a person’s liberties, movements or freedom to act independently in potentially dangerous situations. January 19, 2023
In the UK, Type 2 diabetes affects African and Caribbean communities at a higher rate than white European communities. To address this disparity, a type 2 diabetes self-management, and education progr January 10, 2023