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Making Leeds and Leeds City Region the location for healthtech innovators.

Making Leeds and Leeds City Region the location for healthtech innovators.

Introducing Luan Linden-Phillips, Innovation and Adoption Specialist. Luan joins Leeds Academic Health Partnership at a time of acceleration and growth, for the partnership itself, for the core team and for its business.
Our new Healthtech Catalyst,, launching 16 Sept, will help speed up the adoption of healthtech innovation and – in turn – economic growth.  As an innovation and adoption specialist, Luan’s rich experience and expertise will be vital in helping make this a success. Luan explains more.

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Innovation is for everyone

Innovation is for everyone

Innovation is more crucial now than ever but, to be truly effective, it must include everyone. Dr Liz Mear explores the challenges and opportunities of this unique time.

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Research into frailty enables personalised care for older people

Research into frailty enables personalised care for older people

Professor Andy Clegg explains how his research is helping slow down frailty, enabling people to live healthier for longer and bring greater efficiencies for health and care services.

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Leaving with pride, arriving with drive, vision and insight

Leaving with pride, arriving with drive, vision and insight

After seven and a half productive and happy years at the Innovation Agency, I am moving on to be the Managing Director of Leeds Academic Health Partnership. This is a similar role to my current one and I applied for it as I have a passion for working in collaboration with partners to achieve better health and well-being for the people we serve.

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Leeds’ people to help our city be research-ready

Leeds’ people to help our city be research-ready

At NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), we organise NHS services for the city. We work with 97 GP practices serving around 870,000 people. Those services are for everyone, in all our communities. But life is not the same for everyone. As with most big cities, there are health inequalities in Leeds and many reasons for those inequalities.

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