As part of ongoing work for Oxford Academic Health Partners, I developed and delivered a Q&A series about health innovation across Oxfordshire. Bringing together the health research and clinical leaders from Oxford’s universities and NHS Trusts, the Q&A series offers insights into the region’s joined-up strategy for health and care innovation and training (developed by the Oxford Academic Health Partners), highlighting senior-level buy-in and the successes and the benefits of bringing together academic and NHS partners.
My approach centred around gaining access to and interviewing the most senior level leaders across Oxford for the series. Following each interview, I copyedited each interview for clarity and brevity, ensuring each individual’s unique tone and style was retained.
These interviews are primarily aimed at people working in university and NHS organisations, but are also intended to be accessible to patients and other community partners. The series continues and is being expanding.
The series is publically available and can be accessed here:
- Innovation Perspectives – Professor Sir John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford
- Innovation Perspectives – Professor Meghana Pandit, CEO, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Innovation Perpectives – Dr Nick Broughton, CEO, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
- Innovation Perspectives – Professor Gavin Screaton, Head of the University of Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division
- Innovation Perspectives – Professor Gary Ford, Chief Executive, Health Innovation Oxford and Thames Valley
- Innovation Perspectives – Professor Linda King, Pro Vice Chancellor for Research, Oxford Brookes University
- Innovation Perspectives – Professor Keith Channon, OAHP Director