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A day in the life: Lead for Public Participation

27 September 2021

A day in the life: Lead for Public Participation

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A day in the life: Events Coordinator

31 August 2021

We are currently recruiting for an Events Coordinator to join our team, with applications closing on 13th September. Here Sarah Wootton, Communications Lead gives an insight into a typical day as Events Coordinator, and what she likes most about working at the WMAHSN.

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Innovation Exchange Co-ordinator job description

20 October 2020

This is an exciting opportunity to support innovators across industry, healthcare and academia within the West Midlands. As Innovation Exchange Co-ordinator you will work closely with the Head of Innovation Exchange to ensure to ensure the operational running and ongoing development of a responsive network and Innovation Exchange across the whole of the West Midlands region.

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AHSN Network Communications Manager Job Description

21 September 2020

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AHSN Network Communications Manager Supporting Information

21 September 2020

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AHSN National Co-ordinating Director job description

6 December 2016

The AHSN Network would like to appoint a National Co-ordinating Director. This role is primarily to co-ordinate and connect Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs) nationally. Applications close at 5pm on 20 December 2016.

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PhD studentships at Keele University

28 April 2016

Details of the PhD studentships available from October 2016, to work on projects hosted within The Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences at Keele University.

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West Midlands' LPN Clinical Network Leads application template

21 March 2016

The application template for the West Midlands’ Pharmacy Local Professional Network Clinical Network Leads vacancies. The LPN is inviting expressions of interest by midday on Monday 4 April 2016. The roles are sessional and as such successful candidates will not be directly employed by NHS England. The roles are fixed term until 31 March 2017, with the possibility of extension.

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West Midlands' LPN Clinical Network Leads job description

21 March 2016

The job description for the West Midlands’ Pharmacy Local Professional Network Clinical Network Leads vacancies. The LPN is inviting expressions of interest by midday on Monday 4 April 2016. The roles are sessional and as such successful candidates will not be directly employed by NHS England. The roles are fixed term until 31 March 2017, with the possibility of extension.

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WMAHSN Innovation and Adoption Network and Service Programme Manager job description

17 December 2015

The role will entail working with the Business Manager and suppliers providing the different elements of the Innovation and Adoption service, supporting and driving the development and management of implementation plans, evaluating and reporting on multiple metrics and their critical outcomes. There is a requirement to work collaboratively as well as independently and to strict timetables. The post holder will develop a strong network of senior, influential colleagues across the region, and with NHS England, and other AHSNs. They will have the capacity, experience and standing to impact on culture and action across a wide and varied community. The WMAHSN Innovation and Adoption Network and Service Programme Manager will ensure that the Business Manager is updated on a regular basis and will prepare board level reports and briefs at regular intervals throughout the year, as well as ad hoc reports when required for specific purposes by the West Midlands AHSN Executive. Closing date: 18 January.

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WMAHSN Patient Safety Collaborative Assistant Programme Manager job description

17 December 2015

The role will entail working closely with the PSC Programme Manager, supporting and driving the development and management of implementation plans, evaluating and reporting on multiple projects and their critical outcomes, and deputising as necessary for the Programme Manager. There is a requirement to work collaboratively as well as independently and to strict timetables. The post holder will develop a strong network of senior, influential colleagues across the region, and with NHS England and other AHSNs and Patient Safety Collaboratives. He or she will have the capacity, experience and standing to impact on culture and action across a wide and varied community. The Assistant Programme Manager will ensure that the PSC Programme Manager is updated on a weekly basis and will prepare board level reports and briefs at regular intervals throughout the year, as well as ad hoc reports when required for specific purposes by the West Midlands AHSN Executive. Closing date: 18 January 2016

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Birmingham Science City Project and Partnership Manager (Innovative Health) secondment opportunity

16 November 2015

The job description and application process for this secondment opportunity. The post holder will be part of the Executive Team of Birmingham Science City (BSC), a small team that facilitates the delivery of the vision and objectives of the BSC Alliance. They will have a focus on the priority theme of Innovative Healthcare and will work closely with the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network, which funds the post and is a key partner in the BSC Alliance.

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Job description - Technology in Healthcare Clinical Champion

5 November 2015

The job description for the Technology in Healthcare Clinical Champion vacancy. We are looking for a registered doctor with an enthusiastic interest in technology enabled care services (TECS) and who would like to be involved in showcasing how simple readily available technology can add value in the delivery of Person-centred Care to join the project team. The WMAHSN project ‘TECS exemplars of Person-centred Care’ is seeking to disseminate learning and experience gained from a range of TECS across the West Midlands. The closing date is Friday 27 November 2015.

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Advertisement - Technology in Healthcare Clinical Champion

5 November 2015

The advertisement for the Technology in Healthcare Clinical Champion vacancy. We are looking for a registered doctor with an enthusiastic interest in technology enabled care services (TECS) and who would like to be involved in showcasing how simple readily available technology can add value in the delivery of Person-centred Care to join the project team. The WMAHSN project ‘TECS exemplars of Person-centred Care’ is seeking to disseminate learning and experience gained from a range of TECS across the West Midlands. The closing date is Friday 27 November 2015.

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