EPIC partners

The EPIC project team strive to include the voices of all stakeholders within the eHealth ecosystem in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, to ensure we all continue to work effectively together long into the future.

As part of this, the project was designed to be delivered by a wide range of delivery partners, ensuring that capacity and capability is built into the very heart of the ecosystem.

Find out more about our partners

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

The University of Plymouth is proud to be supported by the European Regional Development Fund. As one stream of funding under the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) Growth Programme 2014–2020, the ERDF focuses on smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

The main priorities involve contributions to research and innovation, supporting and promoting small and medium size enterprises (SMEs), and the creation of a low carbon economy.

South West Academic Health Science Network

The South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN) is one of 15 AHSNs set up by NHS England across the country in 2013. Their purpose is to spread innovative practice across the health and care system to improve population health and generate economic growth across the South West.

The SW AHSN helps build capability vital to the adoption and spread of innovation. They support partners to evaluate impact and apply learning, and share knowledge across our health and care, industry, academic and voluntary sectors, networks and collaborations.

Kernow Health

Kernow Health CIC Limited is a social enterprise focused on securing the future of Cornish General Practice. As a Community Interest Company, they use their resources to improve healthcare in the communities across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

They deliver a range of services from all school-based immunisations to 111/OOH integrated urgent care. Kernow Health work with a range of local partners to improve integrated patient care and are focused on supporting GPs to address workload, workforce and property issues.

Find out more on the Kernow Health website.