The Healthcare Values Partnership is delighted to be working with the following partners.
Launched in May 2013, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) stimulates and supports research activity that transcends disciplinary and institutional boundaries. Based at the historic Radcliffe Humanities Building, TORCH provides an important opportunity for Oxford’s humanities scholars to collaborate with researchers in other colleges, disciplines, divisions and institutions, and to engage with non-academic partners and the wider public.
The British Academy is an independent national academy of Fellows elected for their eminence in research and publication. It is the UK's expert body that supports and speaks for the humanities and social sciences.
To act as an open channel of communication between medical and other health professionals, as well as others concerned with issues relating to health and health service provision. Section members: Doctors, nurses, and a wide range of health professionals. Also welcomed: those with a professional interest in health matters, including ethicists, lawyers, journalists, academics, and managers from the private, public and voluntary sectors.
Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) was established on 1 April, 2013, as part of the reorganisation of NHS commissioning following the passage of the Health and Social Care Act 2012. OCCG is a statutory body that plans, buys and oversees health services from a range of NHS, voluntary, community and private sector providers. CCGs put clinicians, who are attuned and responsive to the health needs of the local population, at the heart of commissioning. All GP practices in Oxfordshire are members of OCCG, and the views of the health professionals who work in these surgeries inform the OCCG’s priorities. For our purposes, Oxfordshire is divided into six geographical areas known as the Localities: North, North East, Oxford City, South East, South West and West.
The Higher Education Innovation Fund, is part of Research England and provides funding for knowledge exchange activities to support and develop a broad range of knowledge-based interactions between universities and the wider world, which result in benefits to the economy and society.