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Paul Levy, President and CEO of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre, Boston delivers the 2008 SORA lecture. Recorded on 18 February 2008. For more information please visit http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/media/speciallecturesarchive/2008onlinelectures
This video showcases mission of an academic health sciences center
Four major organisations have come together to establish the Oxford Academic Health Science Centre. This video includes contributions from Oxford Brookes University, the University of Oxford, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust at a launch event in March 2014
An academic health science(s) centre system, an academic health science(s) partnership or an academic medical centre) is a partnership between one or more universities and healthcare providers focusing on research, clinical services, education and training. AHSCs are intended to ensure that medical research breakthroughs lead to direct clinical benefits for patients. The organisational structures that comprise an AHSC can take a variety of forms, ranging from simple partnerships to, less frequently, fully integrated organisations with a single management board. There are currently AHSCs in operation in Canada, the Netherlands, Singapore, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Co...
Cardiologist Professor Jamil Mayet talks about the role of the Academic Health Science Centre in his inaugural lecture. For more information please visit http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/eventssummary/event_25-1-2013-10-14-51
The UCLPartners Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) harnesses world-class academic and clinical specialty expertise to speed up the development of new treatments, diagnostics and prevention strategies. In doing so, the AHSC plays a pivotal role in fulfilling the mission of UCLPartners to transform the health of our population and drive economic growth.
The University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center is a healthcare center in Cincinnati, Ohio, and a major source of education, medical care, and research in Greater Cincinnati training health care professionals and providing research and patient care. The Academic Health Center consists of multiple University of Cincinnati colleges that are listed below, Hoxworth Blood Center, UC Barrett Cancer Institute, and the programs and institutes at the Reading Campus. The AHC also has strong ties to UC Health, which includes the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, West Chester Hospital, and University of Cincinnati Physicians. The academic health center concept originated with physician Daniel Drake, who founded the Medical College of Ohio, the precursor to the University of Cincinnati Colle...
A presentation by Professor Garry T Allison, Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, Faculty of Health Sciences & Professor of Neuroscience and Trauma Physiotherapy of Curtin University on “Research in Health Systems and Services – Getting it Done” at the Academic Hour organised by SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre. Professor Allison shared about health systems research in hospitals across different rehabilitation areas and how these have progressed into a community “Local Health, Local Systems” programme.
Ever wonder what it means to be an Academic Medical Center? You've come to the right place. Subscribe to Penn Medicine on YouTube: http://bit.ly/1W2TbMY What is an academic medical center, anyway? Unlike a regular hospital, academic medical centers combine patient care, education and research all in one place. This gives patients access to clinical trials and medical breakthroughs, as well as attention from top experts in each field. Find out how an academic medical center like Penn Medicine can help you: http://www.pennmedicine.org
Monash Partners Academic Health Science Centre is collaboration between health services (public and private), Monash University and research institutes with the aim of increasing the pace and scale needed to realise timely healthcare advancements for the benefit of the community.
Topic: Therapeutic Discovery and the role of Medical and Research Centers in this Process Moderator: Paul J. Kenny, PhD, Director, Experimental Therapeutics Institute, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Panelists: •Aled Edwards, PhD, CEO, Structural Genomics Consortium •Kevin Grimes, MD, Co-Director, SPARK Translational Research Program; Associate Professor, Department of Chemical and Systems Biology, Stanford University School of Medicine •Kenneth Kaushansky, MD, Senior Vice President for Health Sciences; Dean, School of Medicine, Stony Brook University •Craig W. Lindsley, PhD, Professor and Co-Director, Vanderbilt Center for Neuroscience Drug Discovery, Vanderbilt University •Satwant K. Narula, PhD, Former Vice President, Immunosciences and Fibrotic Diseases, Bristol-Myers Squibb...
Featuring Dr. Joel Cantor of Rutgers Center for State Health Policy; Heather Howard, commissioner of New Jerseys Department of Health and Senior Services; Dr. Stephen Wartman, president of the Association of Academic Health Centers; Dr. Alfred Tallia, chair of strategic planning for RWJMS. Dr. Denise Rodgers, UMDNJ Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic and Clinical Affairs, was moderator. University President Dr. William F. Owen, Jr., provided an end-of-program summary.
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Mark Laret, CEO, UC San Francisco Medical Center, encourages academic medical centers to think differently about delivering healthcare. Series: "Quality Improvement and Health Care Reform" [5/2013] [Health and Medicine] [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 25098]
How the Woodruff Health Sciences Center is achieving academic health sciences at its best. Excerpt of the "State of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center" delivered by Dr. Wright Caughman on Feb. 24, 2011, at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.
The Oxford AHSC will strengthen the Oxford Academic Health Science Network says Chief Executive Gary Ford CBE. The Oxford Academic Health Science Network brings together the NHS, universities, business, patients and the public to promote best health for our population and prosperity for our region. Breaking down traditional organisational boundaries and building stronger relationships between industry, scientific and academic communities - coupled with better knowledge exchange - will bring lasting benefits as best practice is spread quickly and widely across the NHS. Further information is available at http://www.oxfordahsn.org/ This film was produced by Oxford Medical Illustration, a non-profit making department of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust. If you wish to find out more ab...
Mike Denis, the Oxford Academic Health Science Network's Director of Information Strategy, explains how effective informatics underpin the Oxford AHSN's work, enabling it to achieve its vision of best health and prosperity. The Oxford Academic Health Science Network brings together the NHS, universities, business, patients and the public to promote best health for our population and prosperity for our region. Breaking down traditional organisational boundaries and building stronger relationships between industry, scientific and academic communities - coupled with better knowledge exchange - will bring lasting benefits as best practice is spread quickly and widely across the NHS. Further information is available at http://www.oxfordahsn.org/ This film was produced by Oxford Medical Illus...
Celebrating ten years of Academic Medicine partnership, the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre corporate video showcases our progress – through research breakthroughs, developments in medical education and patient care. Find out more about the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre below:- http://www.singhealth.com.sg http://www.duke-nus.edu.sg