Hampshire Collaboration for Health Research and Education
The Hampshire Collaboration for Health Research and Education was established in September 2014 as a joint collaboration between the University of Winchester and Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The collaboration aims to increase research and education opportunities for both hospital staff and University academic departments. Since 2014 at least 20 projects, involving 10 clinical specialties and five academic departments, have been undertaken.
The collaboration is led by Professor John Ramage at HHFT and Professor Simon Jobson at University of Winchester.
The Memorandum of Understanding for Collaborative Research and Education was formally signed by Alex Whitfield, Chief Executive of HHFT, and Professor Joy Carter, vice-chancellor of the University, on Monday 19 February 2018.
(Left to right): Professor John Ramage, Alex Whitfield, Barbara Parry, Professor Joy Carter, Professor Simon Jobson