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Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals NHS Trust

14 February 2017

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Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group

14 February 2017

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Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

14 February 2017

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Innovation Agency

14 February 2017

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Imperial College Health Partners AHSN

14 February 2017

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West Midlands Genomic Medicine Centre

14 February 2017

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Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

14 February 2017

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Counselling Directory

25 July 2016

Counselling Directory was set up by a team who know how difficult it can be to find support. Through their own experiences of mental health issues, they learned how important having relevant information is and how the right support can help transform lives. The team is passionate about counselling and wants to promote the huge benefits talk therapy can have. The website is a confidential service that encourages those in need to seek help and to connect individuals with qualified counsellors in the UK. The site contains information on the common reasons people turn to counselling, as well as articles, news, and events. To ensure the professionalism of the website, all counsellors have provided qualifications and insurance cover or proof of membership with a professional body. It is now a leading support network in the UK and have over 10,000 qualified counsellors listed.

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Newman University

25 February 2016

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University Centre Shrewsbury

25 February 2016

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NHS Innovation Accelerator

11 December 2015

The NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA) is a fellowship programme which is being delivered collaboratively by NHS England, UCLPartners, The Health Foundation and with the Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs). 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.

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Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI)

11 December 2015

The Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) is a well established process to connect public sector challenges with innovative ideas from industry, supporting companies to generate economic growth and enabling improvement in achieving government objectives.

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NHS Test Beds

11 December 2015

The test bed programme provides the opportunity to combine different technologies with innovations in how services are delivered in the NHS. This might be a new service delivery model for people with dementia that combines wearable devices linked into mobile or other digital technology, implemented alongside technology-enabled housing and a lower-cost nurse or allied health professional workforce model.

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Digital catapult

11 December 2015

The Digital Catapult is here to help UK businesses unlock new value from sharing proprietary data in faster, better and more trusted ways. The Digital Catapult Centres are the physical embodiment of this activity.

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Precision medicine catapult

11 December 2015

The Precision Medicine Catapult is focused on making the UK the most compelling location in the world for the development and delivery of this new targeted approach.

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NHS Vanguards

11 December 2015

In January 2015, the NHS invited individual organisations and partnerships to apply to become ‘vanguard’ sites for the new care models programme, one of the first steps towards delivering the Five Year Forward View and supporting improvement and integration of services. In March, the first 29 vanguard sites were chosen. There were three vanguard types – integrated primary and acute care systems; enhanced health in care homes; and, multispecialty community provider vanguards. In July, 8 urgent and emergency vanguards were announced. In September a further 13 vanguards were announced – known as acute care collaborations, they aim to link local hospitals together to improve their clinical and financial viability.

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MidTech

11 December 2015

MidTECH is part of the NHS Innovations network regional hubs, established to identify, protect and develop innovations from within the NHS.

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Bizz Inn

11 December 2015

BizzInn is an initiative hosted by the University of Birmingham and run by the Enterprise Acceleration Team. The team encourages and accelerates enterprise activities at the University of Birmingham. They encourage the transfer of ideas and expertise to business through enterprise training and networking events. They validate, develop, and grow commercial ventures, through a mixture of hands-on support, access to a wide network of service providers, investors and entrepreneurs, and funding through early stage support grants.

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Birmingham Science City

11 December 2015

Birmingham Science City will develop, use and promote science and technology to improve prosperity and quality of life. Birmingham Science City will catalyse and support activity that creates wealth and opportunity by exploiting and maximising the impact of the technical expertise and R&D excellence in Birmingham and its environs.

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The BioHub Birmingham

11 December 2015

The BioHub Birmingham is a brand new, fully serviced biomedical research laboratory specifically designed to provide entrepreneurs and innovative start-ups with access to affordable laboratory facilities and equipment. For a very attractive and fully inclusive price you can take a desk in a vibrant innovation office and a workstation in the fully serviced laboratory.

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iCentrum

11 December 2015

Construction work is currently underway on Innovation Birmingham’s 3,874sqm (41,700 sq ft) iCentrum building. The speculative development project is located next to Faraday Wharf and Aston University, off Holt Street – visible from the A38M Aston Expressway. iCentrum is the first phase of expansion of the Innovation Birmingham Campus, which is currently fully let. The 60 week build programme will see iCentrum being open for occupation in March 2016. .

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Innovation Birmingham

11 December 2015

Birmingham Science Park Aston was founded in 1982 and as such is the UK’s third oldest science park. Located in its urban setting within central Birmingham, it offers 250,000 sq ft of accommodation over 14 acres. Birmingham Science Park Aston is wholly owned by Birmingham City Council. To give the Park a new dimension, provide clarity and pave the way for the £35 million Digital Plaza development, from 2013 it is being presented as two campuses; the Science & Technology Campus and the Innovation Birmingham Campus.

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Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West Midlands

11 December 2015

NIHR CLAHRC West Midlands is a five-year initiative funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) and matched funds provided by local health and social services. The initiative builds on the successful CLAHRC for Birmingham and Black Country pilot with a mission to create lasting and effective partnerships across health and social care organisations, universities (Birmingham, Keele and Warwick) to improve the services to be delivered for patient benefit.

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West Midlands Strategic Clinical Network and West Midlands Clinical Senate

11 December 2015

With over 400 years of NHS experience, The SCN and Senate offer unparalleled, independent strategic advice and guidance to commissioners and other stakeholders to assist them in making the best healthcare decisions for the populations they represent.

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NIHR Clinical Research Network: West Midlands

11 December 2015

The NIHR Clinical Research Network is the clinical research delivery arm of the NHS. They operate nationally across England through a national coordinating centre and 15 local branches delivering research in the NHS across all disease areas. The NIHR Clinical Research Network: West Midlands is hosted by The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.

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Birmingham Health Partners

11 December 2015

BHP’s vision is to connect people, place, and pioneers to accelerate advances in healthcare. They will enable patients to benefit from breakthrough therapies and technologies through a collaboration of world-class clinicians, scientists and clinical trials teams.

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Institute of Translational Medicine

11 December 2015

The Institute of Translational Medicine (ITM), a world class clinical research facility in Birmingham, will help progress the very latest scientific research findings from the University into enhanced treatments for patients across a range of major health issues including cancer and liver disease. The Institute will build on the West Midlands’ excellent track record in clinical trials by increasing capacity and enabling more patients to be co-located alongside clinicians and researchers. It will also make it easier for both SME and large pharma and biotechnology firms to work more closely with clinicians and academics, bringing additional investment into the region.

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UK Life Sciences Access for Funding

11 December 2015

This section allows you to search for funding opportunities for science, engineering and manufacturing activities available to the health life sciences industry including bio-pharmaceuticals; medical biotechnology; or medical technologies (devices and diagnostics). Funding may also be available indirectly through collaboration with academic or other industry partners.

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Innovate UK

11 December 2015

Innovate UK is the UK's innovation agency.

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Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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Medilink West Midlands

6 May 2015

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NHS Improving Quality

6 May 2015

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Association of British Healthcare Industries (ABHI)

6 May 2015

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Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI)

6 May 2015

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Office for Life Sciences

6 May 2015

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UK Trade and Investment

6 May 2015

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Kent Surrey and Sussex AHSN

6 May 2015

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Health Innovation Network South London

6 May 2015

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Wessex AHSN

6 May 2015

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South West AHSN

6 May 2015

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UCLPartners AHSN

6 May 2015

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Oxford AHSN

6 May 2015

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West of England AHSN

6 May 2015

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Eastern AHSN

6 May 2015

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East Midlands AHSN

6 May 2015

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Greater Manchester AHSN

6 May 2015

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Yorkshire and Humber AHSN

6 May 2015

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North East and North Cumbria AHSN

6 May 2015

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The Health Foundation

6 May 2015

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West Midlands Ambulance NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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University of Worcester

6 May 2015

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University of Wolverhampton

6 May 2015

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University of Warwick

6 May 2015

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University of Birmingham

6 May 2015

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University College Birmingham

6 May 2015

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Staffordshire University

6 May 2015

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Keele University

6 May 2015

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Coventry University

6 May 2015

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Birmingham City University

6 May 2015

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Aston University

6 May 2015

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National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)

6 May 2015

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CLAHRC West Midlands

6 May 2015

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West Midlands Strategic Clinical Network and Senate

6 May 2015

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Health Education West Midlands

6 May 2015

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Wyre Forest Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Telford and Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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South Worcestershire Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Redditch and Bromsgrove Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Stoke-on-Trent Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Stafford and Surrounds Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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South East Staffordshire and Seisdon & Peninsula Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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North Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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East Staffordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Cannock Chase Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Walsall Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Sandwell and West Birmingham Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Birmingham South and Central Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Birmingham Cross City Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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South Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Warwickshire North Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group

6 May 2015

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Worcester Health and Care NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Partnership NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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South Staffordshire and Shropshire NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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Wye Valley NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust

6 May 2015

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The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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Birmingham Women's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

6 May 2015

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Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI)

30 April 2015

The Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) is a well established process to connect public sector challenges with innovative ideas from industry, supporting companies to generate economic growth and enabling improvement in achieving government objectives.

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AHSN Network

30 April 2015

There are 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) in England – established during 2013/14 by NHS England as a product of the Government’s Innovation, Health and Wealth strategy. The AHSN Network brings the AHSNs together under a national umbrella.

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Innovate UK

30 April 2015

Innovate UK is the new name for the Technology Strategy Board. Innovate UK is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills.

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NHS England

30 April 2015

The NHS Commissioning Board (NHS CB) was established on 1 October 2012 as an executive non-departmental public body. Since 1 April 2013, the NHS Commissioning Board has used the name NHS England for operational purposes. Central to their ambition is to place the patients and the public at the heart of everything they do.

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