This timeline from April 2015 to March 2016 showcases some of the key moments in the year for Bristol Health Partners.
More than 100 people gather for the inaugural Bristol Health Tech Meetup at the Engine Shed, hosted by Bristol Health Partners with the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership.
Bristol Health Partners is part of a consortium awarded £82k from InnovateUK and NERC to look at the impact of climate change on health in Bristol.
Our annual Health Integration Team conference brings together more than 130 people from the Bristol health and care community, including Health Integration Teams, our Board and Executive Group.
A series of workshops are held to develop project proposals as part of our strategic programmes.
After months of work, our new website launches in time for the NHS Innovation Expo.
Bristol Health Partners exhibits and hosts a pop up university session at the NHS Innovation Expo in Manchester.
A new Psychosis Health Integration Team (HIT) is endorsed by the Executive Group, aiming to improve the live of people with Psychosis in Bristol.
Bristol’s first ever Healthy City Week, organised by Bristol Green Capital and supported by Bristol Health Partners, sees more than 100 events held across the city.
As part of Healthy City Week, we hold another ‘Make It’ hackathon weekend, bringing together health professionals, technologists and sustainability experts to develop innovative approaches to local health issues, this year with a sustainability flavour.
Principles of Pragmatic Evaluation, an interactive workshop organised with the Avon Primary Care Research Collaborative, the West of England Academic Health Science Network and the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care West, to explore opportunities and challenges for evaluation in the NHS 5-Year Forward View.
An open consultation on project proposals for our strategic programmes takes place, giving people the opportunity to vote and comment on proposals, and suggest new ideas.
An apple a day: exploring your health in every day data stories, an interactive public exhibition organised by Bristol Health Partners, runs at the Engine Shed. The exhibition invites visitors to leave their mark on the 'data trail', by answering questions about their health and wellbeing.
A new People with Eating Disorders Health Integration Team is endorsed by the Executive Group.
Health, data and the public good event held in conjunction with RSA West sees lightning presentations, a conversation café and an opportunity to visit the Apple a day exhibition.
Review panel to agree project proposals as part of our strategic programmes.
Our Twitter followers top 7,000.
Bristol Health Partners teams up with the Bristol Post for the first ever Bristol Health and Care Awards, celebrating the success and hard work of the local health and care community.