Welcome to the Association of UK University Hospitals
The Association of UK University Hospitals is the key leadership body across the UK promoting the tripartite interests of university hospitals: service, teaching and research. Its role is to represent university hospital Trusts' unique interests in partnership with other national bodies. The high-quality teaching and research conducted within these institutions allows the standard of care provided to the patients they treat to be at the forefront of best practice throughout the UK.
The Association is led by AUKUH Member Trust Chief Executives and incorporates five affiliated groups:
It also hosts the National Clinical Academic Development Group for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals. The new guidance produced by this group can be found here:
New guidance aims to fill gaps in health service research
14 November 2016
For immediate release
The Association of UK University Hospitals (AUKUH) today releases new guidance: Transforming healthcare through clinical academic roles in nursing, midwifery and allied health professions: A practical resource for healthcare provider organisations.
Clinical academics serve as a crucial connection between the NHS and universities, working to train future generations of healthcare workers while engaging in research which can improve outcomes for patients and help increase efficiency.
New coalition of health and social care experts on mission to guarantee status of EU staff
The Association of UK University Hosptitals is proud to announce that it is part of the Cavendish Coalition, a new group of organisations from across the healthcare sector which aims to have the status of EU staff guaranteed.
These staff are essential to the running of the health service and it is vital that they are given assurance as to their value.