28 September 2018


The NHS has launched a tool that for the first time accurately measures the number of patients admitted to hospital who are at risk of sepsis. Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that claims approximately 37,000 lives a year, although the exact figure is difficult to determine. It is caused when the body responds poor...

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19 September 2018


We are excited to announce that applications are open for the fourth cohort of the UCLPartners Improvement Fellows Programme. The aim of the programme is to create a network of people – clinicians, managers, educators, researchers, patients and others – who have the confidence, capability and capacity to lead improvemen...

7 September 2018


UCLPartners has partnered with NHS Improvement to find up to six trusts in the region to join a new collaborative programme, aimed at supporting organisations to develop organisational strategies for compassionate and inclusive culture and leadership. Over an 18-month period from October 2018 to June 2020, the programme ...

5 September 2018


A new ‘state of the nation report about the use of Artificial Intelligence in health and care has found that we are only beginning to unlock the potential of AI. The report spotlights some of the opportunities AI creates and shows where it is already being used in projects across the country. It also considers so...

4 September 2018


The August edition of Partnership Press, our monthly newsletter, is now available. This month features the launch of the ESCAPE-pain programme for patients with chronic joint pain, new digital health videos, a great new UCLPartners animation to share, and a brand new innovation case studies over on At...

3 September 2018


NHS England has launched a national conversation to help shape the next 10 years of the NHS. Feedback, comments and suggestions are being invited by 30 September on a series of themes that will form the new ‘Long Term Plan’. NHS staff, people working across social care and public health, healthcare companies, pati...