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22 September 2017


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

18 September 2017


UCLPartners is now offering quality improvement (QI) clinics to provide one-to-one support to people who are running QI projects in health and social care settings. Having worked together with our partners in primary and secondary care in developing improvement expertise, we are now extending our quality improvement offe...

13 September 2017


A new collaboration between Care City and GaitSmart aims to improve the lives of those at falls risk by bringing gait analysis and remote exercise prescription, delivered by healthcare assistants and remote physios, to local GP practices. Care City is one of five national health and social care test beds, and is the only...

11 September 2017


A programme to improve health and wellbeing in Newham has been shortlisted for a prestigious award. NHS Newham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has been shortlisted for the Health Service Journal’s (HSJ) CCG of the Year award, as a result of the Newham Partnership Programme. Each year, the HSJ recognises, celebrat...

1 September 2017


Each year the number of people living with dementia is growing, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025. It is estimated that 70 per cent of people currently in care homes have dementia or severe memory problems, highlighting the increasing need for care homes to be supportive environments for people wit...

1 September 2017


The August edition of Partnership Press, our monthly newsletter, is now available. This month we welcome the Government's announcement on the future of the UK's life sciences, and discuss the changes taking place around the UCLPartners' education programme. Read it now and subscribe for future editions.

31 August 2017


Unveiled this week, the government’s Life Sciences Industrial Strategy sets out proposals to build the UK’s status as a world leader in life sciences. The strategy follows an independent review led by Sir John Bell and aims to capitalise on the UK’s strengths in life sciences to both encourage economic growth and impr...