Summary for 2015

18 December 2017


UCLPartners and NHS Digital have come together to share a new series of case studies focussing on the use of digital tools by communications teams working in health and care. Communications professionals are increasingly turning to digital tools to share updates from their organisations, engage staff, patients and ...

13 December 2017


On 22 November a launch event was held in London to celebrate a further eleven innovations joining the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA). Now in its third year, the NIA has supported the uptake and spread of 25 high-impact, evidence-based innovations across 799 NHS organisations. Representatives from NHS England and the A...

4 December 2017


Last week NEJM Catalyst featured an article by UCLPartners HR Director, Rebecca Graham, describing UCLPartners unique approach to leadership recruitment. As a fosterer of partnerships, UCLPartners needs leaders that are not only experts in their field but also those that are emotionally intelligent, good listeners and st...

1 December 2017


UCLPartners welcomes this week's release of an independent review by David Connell of SBRI Healthcare, the NHS England funded programme, recognising the critical role to the success of the programme played by 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs). The independent review titled “Leveraging public procurement to gr...

1 December 2017


Since early 2017 UCLPartners have been working with Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) delivering Quality Improvement (QI) collaboratives to upskill primary care staff, build capability and increase capacity in the borough. Redbridge, like other east London areas, faces the challenges of an ageing GP work...

30 November 2017


The November edition of Partnership Press, our monthly newsletter, is now available. This month we’re excited to announce that 11 world-best innovations supporting primary and urgent and emergency care joined the NHS Innovation Accelerator. Read it now and subscribe for future editions.

29 November 2017


UCLPartners has selected 12 individuals to become the first cohort of the Aspiring Improvers programme. The participants come from across north central and east London and Essex, and have a wide range of backgrounds; from acute care to mental health, nursing staff and junior doctors, to project support and pharmacy. The ...

28 November 2017


UCLPartners' innovative educational materials have been developed as a resource for facilitators to teach End of Life Care (EOLC) to non-specialist staff across all health and care settings. The materials aim to increase staff confidence across areas including recognition, communication and physical care, for those...