There are more than 700,000 autistic people in the UK. Many autistic children and young adults experience a delayed diagnosis, which can have a significant negative impact on their mental health. We
We recently hosted a roundtable event with south London stakeholders on tackling racism in the health and care sector. HIN anti-racism leads Pearl Brathwaite, Adam Ovid and Catherine Dale write about
Here the Health Innovation Network’s Clinical Director Carrie Chill reflects on the learnings from a recent event focusing on how to ensure social care can have a louder voice in integrated care sys
On Friday 23 June, the HIN hosted its third Musculoskeletal (MSK) Improvement Network event. The forum provides an opportunity for professionals involved in delivering or leading musculoskeletal servi
In this edition, we catch up with Zoe Wright, Founder and CEO of The Real Birth Company, a service and training programme that supports pregnant women and people who access all maternity services and
On Tuesday 20 June, innovators, academics and clinicians came together for the in-person event “Accelerating FemTech: East Midlands”, to explore the innovative and transformative possibilities in
On Tuesday 13th June, innovators, academics and clinicians in the women’s health space came together for the in-person event “Accelerating FemTech: Manchester – Inspiring the improvement of women
The final webinar in the Accelerating FemTech: Inspire series was hosted by West of England Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) and was on the topic of inequalities in maternal and neonatal care. A
Supporting remote monitoring has been an important focus of the HIN over recent years. In 2019, we brought together colleagues from Guy’s and St Thomas’, King’s College Hospital, Lewisham and Gr
In this edition, we catch up with Jonathan Knight, CEO and Co-founder of Tefogo. His innovation, Compassly, allows comprehensive clinical competencies to be easily managed with the simplicity of an ap
Faye Edwards, Senior Programme Manager for Diabetes at the HIN, writes about how Diabetes Book & Learn is helping improve access to self-management tools.
HIN CEO Rishi Das-Gupta writes about the potential of technology to reduce pressure on the NHS workforce.
In March 2023 we hosted a roundtable event with leaders from the health and tech sectors with an interest in queertech to share insights and best practice. This is what we learned.