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Past Events

How to involve men in service design, delivery and research

1130-1300 Webinar This event focuses on men’s physical health and how health and care providers, alongside patients and service users, can best work effectively together – putting co-production into practice. Further information and booking details

Event Types: Community Involvement

Writing for the public: an online workshop

1000-1300, online via Zoom Writing so that everyone understands what you want to communicate is a real skill. This is particularly true if you need to communicate complex ideas about healthcare or research, for example in patient information leaflets or factsheets. Writing for the public needs to take into account the diversity of our populations, […]

Event Types: Community Involvement

Join AHSNs at NHS ConfedExpo: Day 1

All day ACC Liverpool Find out more about health innovation at the AHSN Network Innovation Feature Zone. England’s 15 AHSNs are hosting 13 sessions over the two days. On day 1 (15 June) the Oxford AHSN is contributing to the sessions on environmental sustainability (1145) and cardiovascular disease prevention (1300). The Innovation Zone will also […]

Event Types: Partner event Clinical Innovation Adoption AHSN Network Community Involvement Environmental Sustainability Health inequalities

Inclusion for all? Working with people affected by suicide and self-harm

1130-1300 Online event This is the last in a series of webinars focusing on how health and care providers, patients and service users can best work effectively together. Each one has focused on a different aspect of mental health. This one covers suicide and self-harm. Watch recordings from previous sessions here. Speakers include: Caroline Harroe […]

Event Types: Community Involvement

Inclusion for all? Mental health: children and young people

1145-1300 Webinar Third session in the ‘Inclusion for all?’ webinar series, this event will focus on how children & young people with mental ill health, their families/carers can work collaboratively with health and care staff to achieve the best care and experience. Further information and booking details

Event Types: Community Involvement

Inclusion for all? Working with people with substance misuse issues

1145-1300 Webinar Ensuring that health services, research and education meet the needs of people from all walks of life is vital. To achieve this, patients, their families and carers, alongside health and care staff, all need to work together. This is the first in a series of webinars exploring issues around inclusion for people with […]

Event Types: Community Involvement