Capacity Building helps enable the health and social care system to deliver world class patient care in challenging times. We do this by supporting innovation, through workforce development and working alongside members to address the capacity challenges identified by the Sustainability and Transformation Plans.
The programme contributes to the HIN objectives of supporting innovation, and enabling spread and adoption so that new ways of working can be speedily implemented. The spread, adoption and implementation drive includes supporting Health Innovation Network’s clinical themes to increase the uptake of their models of care, and support to STPs as they implement their transformation plans.
The health and social care system also requires innovative ways to build capacity within the workforce. The Graduates into Health programme links students and graduates from universities to NHS managers who are recruiting to business functions within their teams at entry level roles.
South West London System
South London Small Grants
Leading and Managing Change across Boundaries
Research Summer School
Innovation and Darzi Fellows
Project Manager, Capacity Building
Project Support Officer, Capacity Building
News, blogs and events
August 31, 2018
£100k awarded to drive NHS innovations across South London
August 22, 2017
How Graduates into Health helped me at Essentia
August 9, 2017
South London Small Grants 2017: Winners Announced
July 28, 2017
Where are all our graduates?
July 17, 2017
South London Small Grants 2016 Winner: REducing Admissions from C…
July 4, 2017
South London Small Grants Winner 2016: Dr Rachel Hallett
October 24, 2016
The Health Innovation Network welcomes recommendations on reforms…
October 19, 2016