Health Innovation Awards – CCTS One Great Community established the Community Health Innovation Awards (CHIA) in 2012 as an annual grant competition for organizations in the Birmingham area. At the heart of the CHIA process is the desire to encourage new ways of thinking about local health issues.
CHIA 501(c)(3) encourages the organization to think boldly and creatively about solving the “bottom line” health care challenges facing our communities. If selected to participate, 501(c)(3c) groups will collaborate with local leaders, neighborhood groups, and the community.
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The CHIA program includes an intensive schedule of workshops, proposal presentations, and a formal presentation to a panel of judges. Those who are successful throughout the program will receive grants ranging from $5,000 to $25,000.
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CHIA supports CCTS (NCATS grant UL1TR001417). Donations from local offices, schools, colleges and groups also help fund the awards, allowing the program to support more applicants and increase CHIA’s impact on the community.
CHIA recipients complete their projects within 12 months and provide regular updates to sponsoring units. We also encourage awardees to use their awards and obtain additional funding through other funding opportunities.
Equal opportunity, committed to providing a diverse, equitable, and family-friendly environment where all faculty and staff, regardless of race, national origin, age, genetic or family medical history, can achieve work-life balance/is an affirming employer. gender, religion, gender identity and expression, and gender roles. and encourages applications from people with disabilities and veterans. The Innovate Awards 2023, which celebrates innovation in healthcare, is back for a second year and is open for entries today (Tuesday 28 February 2023), a partnership between the AHSN network and the NHS Foundation.
Following the high level and volume of entries received in 2022, a new category has been added to celebrate the best use of data in health innovation. The competition has 11 nominations, and a Grand Prix – winner of the winner – prize. Anyone working in integrated care teams – local authorities, health providers and other NHS health and social services – can enter. These awards are a great opportunity to tell the story of those who collaborate and create new programs to improve patient health.
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The 2022 ‘winners’ title has been awarded to Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust’s (LPT) private messaging service ChatHealth, a risk management platform that enables over six million people to connect easily and anonymously with a messaging support platform for healthcare professionals.
Laura Serra, Digital Health Transformation Service Marketing Manager at LPT, said: “We were first nominated for the Innovate Awards by AHSN, an East Midlands company we have worked with since ChatHealth was founded 10 years ago. extension of service. . The awards came at the right time as we looked at opportunities to help roll out ChatHealth across the NHS and wanted to make new connections. It gave us the exposure we wanted and our category and the ‘Most Chance Winners’ have. he opened the door for us to win the title of “conqueror”.
“The night itself was great and it was amazing to see what other innovations there are and feel part of the celebration to acknowledge and recognize our innovation in health and care. We shared our award-winning honor with the amazing healthcare teams of over 70 NHS trusts who have used ChatHealth. We wish the entrants of the Innovate Awards 2023 the best.”
Richard Stubbs, AHSN Network Vice President and CEO of Yorkshire and Humber AHSN, said: “Following the success of last year’s Innovate Awards, we are delighted to be bringing them back for a second year. It is important to recognize and appreciate the amazing innovators who are passionate about improving the health of UK patients.
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“Innovation in healthcare is vital to tackling the biggest challenges facing the NHS. As the NHS celebrates its 75th anniversary, we are looking at some of the key innovations that will help the health service deliver effective and sustainable care for decades to come. It is encouraging to be able to showcase health issues.
“In 2022, we received almost 200 applications, all of which were of the highest quality, which allowed us to open a new category for 2023: The Best Use of Data in Health Innovation.” We wish all our applicants the best of luck in 2023.”
Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, said: “The Innovate Awards provide an opportunity to celebrate innovation in health and care and it’s great to see them back for a second year. The NHS Confederation is proud to support these awards and we know they are an opportunity to celebrate the outstanding work of individuals, groups and organizations leading innovation in health and care.
The final award, the 12th “Winners of the Winners” – “Innovation Champion of the Year” – will be chosen by the judges of the other winners of the categories.
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Applications are now open and must be made via the Innovate Awards website. The deadline for applications is Friday, 19 May 2023 at midnight.
The final winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on 21 September 2023 at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London. Details on how to register for this event will be announced soon.
For more information about the Innovate Awards, contact the editorial team at info@AHSNNetvork.com or visit the Innovate Awards website.
There are 15 Academic Health Sciences Networks (AHSN) across England, established by NHS England in 2013 to drive innovation at speed and scale – improving health and driving economic growth. Congratulations to Prof. Morris and team for their work at MINT. Read more about all the projects below.
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R-L: Michael Duane, I/UHG; Eimear O’Connell, i; Prof. Seamus Morris, National Spinal Cord Injury Unit; Dr Claire Walsh, Enterprise Ireland; Dr. Stephen Griffin, I
Enterprise Ireland (EI), in partnership with Health Innovation Hub Ireland, recognizes the importance of clinical innovation to meet the current unmet clinical needs of patients and staff within the healthcare system and the wider medical technology sector.
The Clinical Innovation Award is designed to support all healthcare professionals in Ireland to explore the commercialization of new ideas that have the potential to transform the way healthcare is delivered in Ireland and internationally.
This award recognizes new technologies at all stages of development, from concept, early research to flagship projects.
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Award winners will receive an Enterprise Ireland Commercialization Feasibility Fund of €15,000 to explore the commercial viability of their innovation idea in the Irish and international markets.
HAP-NAV is a haptic navigation device (Hap-Nav) that helps visually impaired people navigate their surroundings. The technology uses artificial intelligence combined with ultrasonic range and haptic feedback to allow people to mentally create a 3D spatial understanding of their surroundings before they act.
Prof. Derek O’Keeffe holds two first class degrees in medicine and engineering and two doctorates. He was a Fulbright Scholar at Harvard, a Green Templeton Scholar at Oxford, and completed a clinical fellowship in endocrinology at the Mayo Clinic. In addition to several scientific publications, he holds biomedical patents and several international research awards. He has volunteered in Ireland, the USA, Ghana and Papua New Guinea. He has visited more than 120 countries and was awarded the “Best Young Man in the World” award by Junior Chamber International. He is a black belt in Taekwondo, a professional pilot, an advanced diver and a triathlete. He previously worked with NASA to conduct sleep experiments on the International Space Station. He was awarded the St. Luke’s is RCPI and in May 2022 he received a Silver Association Award for his Health Theme Park in Bloom. He is currently a Consultant Endocrinologist and Professor of Medicine at University Hospital Galway (UHG). Device Technology at the University of Galway.
MINT Compression of neural structures can be dangerous, with prolonged incontinence and paralysis if surgical debridement is not achieved within hours. Degeneration of neural compression can be difficult to diagnose. Neurophysiological testing (NPT) can directly measure the electrical activity of nerves and is used to diagnose spinal cord and peripheral nerve function. However, access to the NPT is limited, requires highly trained personnel to interpret recorded waveforms, and is rarely available outside of regular business hours.
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The MINT (Machine Learning/Intelligent Neurophysiological Testing) project aims to develop new, automated diagnostic algorithms using machine learning to interpret waveform patterns in neurophysiological tests. Therefore, MINT provides the necessary neurophysiological assessment by unskilled workers.
Clinical and scientific interests Prof. Seamus Morris covers spinal cord injuries, spinal tumors, robotic surgery, spinal deformity correction and surgical training and operations.
Prof. Morris graduated from UCD in 1995 and completed basic and advanced surgical training at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland before training in spine and scoliosis surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He assumed a consulting position in 2006. He served as director of the National Spinal Cord Injury Department, chair of the medical department.