bright_ideas_in_health

Submit your idea for the Bright Ideas in Health Awards
0.0/5 rating (0 votes)

Tuesday, 01 August 2017

This year's awards are delivered by RTC North in partnership with the Academic Health Science Network for the North East and North Cumbria and the NIHR Clinical Research Network North East and North Cumbria.

The Awards celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams working within the NHS, industry and academia, who have risen to the challenge of telling us how, and where, they believe that improvements to the service provided to patients can be improved, either through a technical innovation or through better service delivery.

Everyone can play a part in developing innovative solutions to the healthcare challenges that we face every day. The competition, depending upon the category, is open to all NHS organisations, SMEs and academic institutions in the North East of England and North Cumbria.

Categories for the Bright Ideas in Health Awards 2017 are:

  • Innovative technology or device
  • Service improvement
  • Patient safety and quality improvement
  • Outstanding industry collaboration with the NHS
  • Primary and community care
  • Research delivery impact
  • Most innovative NHS education provider

The closing date for entries is 11th September. If you have any questions regarding the Bright Ideas in Health Awards please email sarah.black@ahsn-nenc.org.uk

To submit an idea click here

 

blog comments powered by Disqus

Contact

  • janet_todd_netpark

    Janet Todd

    NETPark Manager

    +44(0)1740 625 250
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Did You Know?

  • Catapulting technologies to market +

    NETPark is the only science park in the UK with two Catapults: High Value Manufacturing and Satellite Applications
  • Reinnervate in space... +

    Reinnervate’s cell scaffold technology was carried to the International Space Station in April 2015 for bone density experiments
  • The Number 55 +

    NETPark is number 55 on the list of 100 reasons why it’s great up north
  • Kromek, a home-grown plc +

    Kromek, a company at NETPark, started with 2 employees, now employs 60, is a plc and is building the largest radiation sensor network in the United States
  • PolyPhotonix and the Sleep Mask +

    PolyPhotonix has developed a Sleep Mask to treat diabetic retinopathy which will save the NHS £1BN a year
  • The North East workforce +

    Companies developing products from physics-based science employ over 43,000 people in the North East
  • Starring in Stargazing Live +

    Durham University's Centre for Advanced Instrumentation at NETPark built instruments for the South African Large Telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope, both of which "starred" in BBC's Stargazing Live
  • 1

Keep In Touch

NETPark associations