Summary for 2015

13 May 2019


Five teams have been awarded over £40,000 of funding by UCLPartners to develop new ways of improving patient safety. UCLPartners set up the new fund to support frontline teams and organisations from across our region to further develop and spread interventions to support improvements in patient safety.  The interventio...

1 May 2019


In this month’s newsletter, we hear from Charlie Davie who reflects on the opportunities to improve patient care presented by international collaborations such as a visit to London this month by three exceptional Israeli health tech start-ups to showcase new technologies with the potential to benefit the NHS. We're also i...

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29 April 2019


Charlie Davie, UCLPartners Managing Director, reflects on the opportunities to improve patient care presented by the recent visit by three Israeli start-ups to build access to the NHS market. s we face in the health and care system in the UK are global challenges – an ageing population, the increasing prevalence ...

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12 April 2019


Researchers based at UCLPartners and at the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families are investigating possible interventions to support young people while they are waiting for clinical mental health support, so they don’t have to reach the front of the waiting list before their recovery can begin. ...

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10 April 2019


We are inviting teams and organisations from across our footprint to apply to be part of the Invasive Procedures Safety Network. The aim of the network is to support organisations to develop and implement Local Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures. The National Safety Standards for Invasive Procedures (NatSSIPs) brin...

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4 April 2019


Ruth McDonald is an Enhanced Recovery Nurse for gynaecology & breast patients in the Women’s Health team at University College London Hospital where she has worked for five years. Here Ruth shares her experience of the UCLPartners Improvement Fellows programme which she joined in 2018. What led you to apply t...

4 April 2019


Vicky Sleap, National Child Mortality Database Project Manager, on the importance of the Child Death Review Process. When I first started to work in the world of child death reviews, almost a decade ago now, I was very nervous about telling people what I did for a living. I worried about mentioning the word “deat...

1 April 2019


In this month’s newsletter, centred on patient and public involvement, two colleagues, Erin and Agnese, share their thoughts and insights on co-production following their own collaborative work with patients and communities. We’re also offering to support NHS organisations within our region to trial the online patie...