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The North West Coast Academic Health Science Network (NWC AHSN) is pioneering a new, innovative way of working.

Our aim is to close the gap between best practice and current practice through collaborating with patients, the NHS, academia and industry to co-develop solutions to joint challenges.

Our goal is to improve patient and population health outcomes by translating research into practice across Cheshire, Merseyside, South Cumbria and Lancashire. 

We are delivering a step-change in the way the NHS identifies, develops and adopts new innovative products and services.

We have a unique opportunity to align education, clinical research, informatics, innovation and healthcare delivery to improve patient care.

Are you a business interested in working with the NWC AHSN?
Click here to register your interest.

The North West Coast Academic Health Science Network (NWC AHSN) is pioneering a new, innovative way of working. Our aim is to close the gap between best practice and current practice through collaborating with patients, the NHS, academia and industry to co-develop solutions to joint challenges.

Our goal is to improve patient and population health outcomes by translating research into practice across Cheshire, Merseyside, South Cumbria and Lancashire. We are delivering a step-change in the way the NHS identifies, develops and adopts new innovative products and services. We have a unique opportunity to align education, clinical research, informatics, innovation and healthcare delivery to improve patient care.

Are you a business interested in working with the NWC AHSN?
Click here to register your interest.
 
 
 

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Latest News

 

Public volunteers wanted to join CLAHRC NWC Reference Panel

The NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care North West Coast (CLAHRC NWC) is working to set up a panel of pub

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Local NHS groups invited to become new tech test beds

NHS groups are being invited to put themselves forward to partner up with top innovators from around the world to trial new technologies, digital s

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Chancellor\'s £20m enables Northern world-first in using cities\' data to improve healthcare

The Northern Health Science Alliance formed by the leading northern universities, teaching hospitals

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North West healthcare bodies get £1.1 million boost to innovation

The North West Coast Academic Health Science Network (NWC AHSN) has awarded £1.1 million funding to organisations for the implementat

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Have your say on a major EU eHealth procurement activity

Partners in the STOPandGO project are delighted to invite you to take part in an Open Market Consultation (OMC) on the project’s European Spe

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Hydration - Including Acute Kidney Injury - A Clinical Safety Priority for 2015/16

 

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Upcoming Events

 

NHS Research & Development North West Annual Conference - Let's Talk Research

24th & 25th September 2015, Bolton Whites Hotel, Bolton (Reebok Stadium)

Location: Bolton Whites Hotel, Bolton (Reebok Stadium)

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Health and Care Innovation Expo 2015

The Health and Care Innovation Expo returns to Manchester, 2-3 Septembe

Location: Manchester

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Patient Safety Congress & Awards 2015

Location: ICC, Birmingham

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HSRN Symposium 2015

The Health Services Research Network (HSRN) Symposium 2015 will take place on 1-2 July in Nottingham.

Location: Nottingham Conference Centre, Burton St, Notts

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4th Academic Summit

The NWC AHSN is firmly committed to establishing a strong platform for working with local universities

Location: Vanguard House, Sci-Tech Park, Daresbury, Warrington, WA4 4AB

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NWC Patient Safety Network Event

As part of the North West Coast Patient Safety Collaborative, the North West Coast Academic Health Sci

Location: TBC

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