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Proud of our great strides ahead despite a challenging year

Proud of our great strides ahead despite a challenging year

As Dr Liz Mear leaves her Managing Director role at Leeds Academic Health Partnership (LAHP) and prepare for semi-retirement, she reflects on how she and her team have taken their work forward over the last year, despite the challenges and restrictions during the pandemic.

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Professor Andy Clegg presents his research into assessing frailty

Professor Andy Clegg presents his research into assessing frailty

In this short presentation, Professor Andy Clegg gives an update on his research into caring for older patients. Amongst other factors, he explains how the impact of mental, as well as physical health conditions are being taken into account when assessing frailty.

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Introducing Natasha Hardicre, Embedded Researcher

Introducing Natasha Hardicre, Embedded Researcher

Natasha joined Leeds Academic Health Partnership this summer bringing a completely new role to the team and to our partners: that of embedded researcher. Embedded research is increasingly seen as a powerful way to link research and researchers with practice and practitioners.

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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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