Digital self-management system for autism joins NHS Innovation Accelerator – Med-Tech Innovation

Heather Cook, director of partnerships at Brain in Hand, has been awarded an NIA fellowship that will provide the opportunity to engage with policy makers and leading influencers, to gain a deeper understanding of the needs, challenges, and possibilities for digitally enabled care across the health and social care system.

The NIA is an award-winning NHS England initiative delivered in partnership with the 15 Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs), to scale high-impact, evidence-based innovations across the NHS and wider healthcare systems, supporting delivery of the long-term plan. Fellowships are extremely competitive and the exceptional individuals and innovations identified are provided with the infrastructure, connections and shared learning needed to enable implementation at scale and pace.

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