Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP)
Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) is one of five Academic Health Sciences Centres in England recognised by the Department of Health as internationally competitive centres of excellence in the integrated delivery of health care, health research and education of health professionals. The partnership exists between the University of Cambridge and its principal affiliated NHS organisations: Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Trust; Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; and Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH)
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CUH) runs Addenbrooke's and the Rosie Hospitals, both of which are recognised as centres of medical excellence and innovation.
The relationship between CUH and Cambridge Judge Business School has grown over the years in areas of research projects, faculty sabbaticals, and the joint development and delivery of the Chief Residents Management and Leadership Development Programme run logistically through the Addenbrooke's Post Graduate Medical Centre (PGMC) and delivered by the Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise.
Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC)
CLAHRC East of England began operating on 1 January 2014, and reaches throughout the region with new and extended collaborations that harness the strengths of the University of Cambridge (Cambridge Judge Business School, the Department of Psychiatry, the Institute of Public Health and the Engineering Design Centre), the University of East Anglia (the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences) and the University of Hertfordshire (the Centre for Research in Primary and Community Care). NIHR CLAHRC East of England will focus its research efforts on improving the health and wellbeing of vulnerable people in complex health systems, while retaining a population health view.
NHS East of England
NHS East of England provides strategic leadership for the local NHS. It is the local headquarters of the NHS and works with 40 local NHS organisations across Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk. It is responsible for ensuring that the £8.1 billion spent on health care in the region delivers the best services and value-for-money for over 5.6 million people.
We are working with NHS East of England on advancing the adoption of innovation in the region in a number of ways including representation on their leadership council.
NICE International operates on a not-for-profit, fee-for service basis, and is the consultancy arm of NICE, established in 2008 to "...offer advice to governments overseas on building capacity for assessing and interpreting evidence to inform health policy and on designing and using methods and processes to apply this capacity to the local country setting". NICE International:
- Empowers decision-makers in low and middle income countries by identifying and helping them to act on their own policy priorities
- Focuses on institutional structure, longer-term capacity building and system governance
- Offers collaborative problem-solving and hands-on support, drawing on people and experience, from the UK and abroad
We run a joint programme on Medical Innovation Reimbursement with NICE International on comparative effectiveness research.
Research Centres and the Wider University
Cambridge Judge Business School has a number of research centres which are founded on strong interdisciplinary networks linking people from across the School, the wider University, business and the policy community.
The Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise has links with the other centres in the School and departments in the wider University for collaborating on research, seminars and other events as the topic dictates.