New report encouraging collaboration between universities and the NHS highlights Collaborative Newcastle success

Universities and NHS organisations need to develop new refreshed forms of collaboration to deal with current and future challenges rather than resuming existing pre-pandemic relationships, according to a new report launched today (Tuesday 30 November). The report, Reimagining the relationship between universities and the NHS was jointly published by the Civic University Network, a national […]

Innovative Newcastle partnership wins national health sector award

An innovative partnership which aims to transform the health, wealth and wellbeing of residents and communities in Newcastle has won a prestigious national award. Collaborative Newcastle scooped the Health and Local Government Partnership Award at the national HSJ Awards 2021 last night (Thursday 18 November) for its work to support care home residents and staff during […]

Children and Families Newcastle launches

Children and Families Newcastle, a unique, collaborative reimagining of services in Newcastle will officially launch tomorrow (Wednesday 25thAugust). Children and Families Newcastle will support young people to have the best start to their lives in the city, reach their potential and realise their dreams. This ambitious new way of working will provide more community based, […]

Collaborative Newcastle Universities Agreement

Together we are stronger –

Newcastle and Northumbria universities announce an innovative new partnership to support the economic and social recovery of our region post-Covid.

Happy to Chat benches aim to combat loneliness and isolation

As part of its work to improve health and wellbeing across the City, Collaborative Newcastle partners have installed new signage across public benches to help break down the barriers of social isolation and get people talking.

City leaders back groundbreaking new partnership

An innovative and ambitious new partnership, seeking to improve the health, wealth and wellbeing of everyone in Newcastle and transform the provision of health and social care in the City, has today (17 December) been formally agreed.

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