Clinical innovation at CPFT

The clinical innovation team works with CPFT staff, patients, industry and innovation partners to support the development and implementation of new approaches to improve clinical practice.

An innovation is a novel idea, technology, practice or object that leads to added value when applied, changing business as usual.

We are interested in new approaches and technologies for the treatment of mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychosis, long-term physical conditions, autism, eating disorders and dementia, and supporting healthy ageing, to improve the lives of people who use our services.

Are you a member of CPFT staff or the public with an innovative idea?

Please get in touch with our clinical innovation team.

Are you a company with an innovative solution?

If you would like to partner with CPFT on an innovative solution, particularly focusing on CPFT’s priority areas, please get in touch through the form below.

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Adopting Innovation Hub

CPFT hosts the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Adopting Innovation Hub, funded by the Health Foundation. The hub is a system-wide initiative, working with partners across health and care, academia and innovation.

One of four national centres, the hub supports clinical teams to implement and spread proven innovations, with a particular focus on tackling health inequalities.

To learn more about the hub and how you can be involved, please contact our Adopting Innovation Hub team.

Our privacy notice gives more details on how your information will be used and protected by the Innovation Hub if you join our team, or one of our groups.

As a patient

As a patient, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support. 

Patient Advice and Liaison service  Contact the Trust