24 April 2017


Co-founder of the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), Dr Amanda Begley, introduces a new series of research and real-world insight from the NIA, which addresses what it will take for supply and demand for innovation in healthcare to be better matched. I am repeatedly inspired by the great work happening both within and a...

12 April 2017


The March edition of Partnership Press, our monthly newsletter, is now available. This month we focus on a UCLPartners' education event which brought together colleagues from across the partnership with industry experts to discuss the important role of digital innovation in the future of healthcare. Read it now and ...

6 April 2017


Quality improvement in healthcare is key to improving health outcomes for our population. Quality improvement can secure these improvements by ensuring that staff are able to work in an efficient and effective way, making the most of available resources, freeing up time to focus on patient care. Quality improvement scie...

30 March 2017


Digital innovation has an important role in the future of healthcare and supporting its introduction to address real problems in the NHS is one of UCLPartners’ aims.   To share ideas, encourage debate and engage with future doctors on digital health, UCLPartners brought together colleagues from across the partnership wi...

15 March 2017


After embarking on a Quality Improvement (QI) fellowship supported by the Newham Partnership Programme, Dr Nazmul Hussain has led his team to effectively identify and tackle a number of barriers to delivering high quality care. One year after the practice was deemed to ‘require improvement’ by the CQC, a further inspect...

15 March 2017


The February edition of Partnership Press, our monthly newsletter, is now available. This month we’re delighted to announce that the three winners of the 2017 NHS Digital Pioneer Awards are representatives from across the partnership. Find out about these inaugural awards and the winning individu...

9 March 2017


Opportunities for people working or volunteering in the UCLPartners region to join Q are open from 9 March until 10 April 2017. Q is an initiative connecting people who have health and care improvement expertise across the UK. UCLPartners is working with the Health Foundation and NHS Improvement to help grow the Q commun...

28 February 2017


UCLPartners is delighted to announce that the three winners of the 2017 NHS Digital Pioneer Awards are representatives from across the partnership region. These inaugural awards - sponsored by DigitalHealth.London and supported by NHS England, London’s three Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), and MedCity - were pre...

21 February 2017


DigitalHealth.London Accelerator opens for applications from high potential digital health start-ups and businesses Launched in September 2016, the DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme is uniquely positioned to provide in-depth knowledge of the NHS, and support high potential digital health starts-ups and small and...

30 January 2017


The January edition of Partnership Press, our monthly newsletter, is now available. This month we’re pleased to announce the selection of 38 health and care professionals as our new UCLPartners Improvement Fellows. Find out about our latest cohort and the wider programme via the link below. ...

30 January 2017


  UCLPartners has selected 38 individuals from over 140 applications to become the second cohort of the Improvement Fellows programme. The Fellows selected come from across north central and east London, Essex and Hertfordshire, and have a wide range of backgrounds; from primary and acute care, to mental health and ...

26 January 2017


On 19 January, 140 delegates attended the Breaking Down the Barriers – Putting mental and physical health on an equal footing launch event, held at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. The conference launched the Breaking Down the Barriers materials; a suite of 14 mental and physical health training a...

16 January 2017


£900K awarded to develop innovations that support self-care and independence in children with long term conditions With six percent of children in the UK living with disability, ingenious life changing solutions can ensure they have the best start in life. SBRI Healthcare has announced its funding of nine companies deve...

3 January 2017


UCLPartners and the London Voluntary Sector Council have jointly produced a summary of the key points made in six reports on the voluntary and community sector, published throughout 2016. The six reports are largely inspired by the NHS Five Year Forward View, which identifies the need for stronger partnerships with the c...