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OXLEP and OAHP

One of the key aims of Oxford Academic Health Partners is collaboration and partnership and the fostering of networks that can provide benefits locally, regionally and nationally.  Keith Channon, Sara Ward and Megan Turmezei met on 7 January 2021 with Nigel Tipple and Richard Bryard from the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership. Many areas of common […]

Oxford’s researchers on the frontline

We rightly hear a lot about Oxford’s vaccine, Covid-19 research and RECOVERY drug trials, but there are also countless personal stories, which display just how broad Oxford’s response to the pandemic has been. It is the contribution and commitment of many individuals that has enabled Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division to become a global leader. Will […]

OAHP team to meet with Partners and others across the local health and economic systems

Professor Keith Channon, Director of the OAHP and Dr Sara Ward, Chief Operating Officer, are to meet with Partners’ teams during the early part of the new year.  These meetings are part of the drive to publicise the work of the OAHP being done through and across the Partners and to encourage new collaborations and […]

Briefing from OUH to Oxfordshire Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee

Earlier this month (December 2020) Dr Bruno Holthof, our Chief Executive Officer, briefed TME members on positive feedback from the Oxfordshire Joint Health Overview & Scrutiny Committee (HOSC) meeting .   Oxfordshire HOSC is a scrutiny committee of Oxfordshire County Council, consisting of 12 councillors from the County, District, and City councils and up to three […]

OAHP to hold its first Board meeting

The Board of the Oxford Academic Health Partners will hold its first Board meeting since redesignation on Friday 3 July – as a virtual meeting!! The papers will be made available next week.

an update from the OAHP

This presentation was used in the Interview for Designation and outlines the work and plans for the Partnership OxfordAcademicHealthPartners FINAL Slides   WE HOPE YOU FIND THESE OF INTEREST

Biomedical sciences and Oxford Brookes

The BSc (Honours) degree in Biomedical Science is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science. The degree studies how the human body works and you’ll discover how our growing knowledge is helping scientists and clinicians to understand, detect, manage, and treat diseases. The degree is provided through the Department of Biological and Medical Sciences, part of […]