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In the final podcast of the series Dr Guy Gross joins us to share his view on simple ways companies can ensure they are ‘NHS ready’. We quiz Guy on the process that companies should follow to ensure they’re systematically hitting the ‘NHS readiness’ criteria; how innovators can realistically co-design a product with the NHS […]
The Diabetes Improvement Collaborative is a unique opportunity to improve the quality of care and the lives of people with diabetes across London.
Description of the programme The aim of the NIA is to deliver on the commitment detailed within the Five Year Forward View – creating the conditions and cultural change necessary for proven innovations to be adopted faster and more systematically through the NHS, and to deliver examples into practice for demonstrable patient and population benefit. […]
St George’s University Department: Keen to engage in 1.) Development of blended learning and online Course development in areas such as Massive Open Online Courses- MOOCs, in areas of medicine and healthcare 2.) Multi-institutional/-national projects in curriculum modernisation (including e-supported Face-to Face learning, such as Team Based/Problem Based Learning, flipped classroom, and Scenario Based Learning), […]
Computational models and parameter estimation tools from in vivo data
User experience testing
Novel infrared and electronic sensing technologies for skin bio-engineering applications
Retinal imaging is noninvasive, and cheap. Hence, assessment may well have a role to play in identifying those at high risk, to ensure prophylactic measures can be taken before the onset of overt disease. Such an approach may have potential savings to the NHS / health service in terms of delayed treatment costs, by extending disease free survival.