Cambridge & Peterborough

Delivering innovative service improvements and generating wealth in the local health economy

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Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire

Exploring opportunities and building relationships across all areas of the patient pathway

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Essex

Assessing and implementing positive improvements in patient care across the health and social healthcare landscape

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Norfolk & Suffolk

Driving innovation in health and wealth creation through partnerships in research, teaching and healthcare delivery

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Life Science
Industry

The Eastern Academic Health Science Network

The EAHSN will bring together universities, hospitals, mental health services, primary care, clinical commissioning groups, public health, social care, the voluntary sector and industry, translating world-class research into improved patient care, thus driving economic growth.

Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular Disease

Patient Safety Clinical Priority

Patient Safety

Cancer

Cancer

Diabetes

Diabetes

Patient Safety Clinical Priority

Respiratory Disease

Dementia & Mental Health

Dementia & Mental Health

RESPONSIBLE PRESCRIBING

The PrescQIPP NHS Programme is a cross cutting function, hosted by and working with the EAHSN to deliver a number of projects supporting Quality, Optimised prescribing in the NHS. Over the past three years the >>>>

Contact the EAHSN

Eastern Academic Health Science Network (EAHSN)
64 Elsworth House
Box 146, Addenbrooke's Hospital
Hills Road
Cambridge
CB2 0QQ

Telephone: +44 (0)1480 364148
Email: enquiries@eahsn.org

Freedom of Information

The EAHSN, along with thousands of other Public Authorities must comply with the Freedom of Information Act. The Act was created as an initiative to increase openness and transparency in Government, with the FOI Act passed on 30 November 2000.

The Publication Scheme for the EAHSN will be available soon. For FOI enquiries, please contact the FOI Officer using foi@eahsn.org or complete the FOI online form.

Media Enquiries

All media enquiries are dealt with individually by the EAHSN. Any queries, including requests for interviews, should be by email to media@eahsn.org or by phoning: 01480 364240.

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