We've got a number of workshops, pop up university sessions, and main stage speakers at this year's Expo.
Visit us on Stand 83 to see demonstrations of new ways to measure improvement in patient flow, and the model hospital.
Developing people - improving care
Booking is now open for our joint workshop with Health Education England at 10am on day 1 where we're launching phase two of our culture and leadership toolkit. Michael West of The King’s Fund will talk about the importance of inclusive leadership, and three trusts will share their experience of creating cultures for continuous improvement.
At 10am on day 2 our former chair, Ed Smith, hosts a main stage session on how we can create a system of enabling, supportive and aligned regulation and oversight.
Our pop-up university sessions are now open for booking:
patient access and flow through radio-frequency identification (RFID) tracking
and a central coordination centre: Day 1 at midday We share learning from our teletracking pilot at several trusts, looking at how
it can be used to improve patient flow.
- Nursing and
AHP-led improvement – a collaborativeapproach: Day 1 at
5pm Our nursing team shares learning from our collaborative programmes on falls,
infection prevention, and end of life care.
- Implementing Red2Green days – an innovative and collaborative approach to service improvement: Day 2 at 3pm - The team behind the Red2Green movement shares how this visual management approach is helping clinical teams to identify wasted time in a patient’s journey and reduce internal and external delays to discharge.
Communications and engagement sessions:
Masterclass on public consultation and
engagement: Day 1 at 11.45am
Claire Riley from Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and John Underwood from the Centre for Health Communications Research will lead a two hour session share case studies from Cumbria with Kath Hughes, Rhea Heron and Julie Clayton.
Planning for unplanned events: Day 2 at
Phil Groves, Deputy Director, Strategy, Operations and Incident Response at NHS Improvement, will lead a two hour session on crisis communications, supported by Karen Coleman from the West Yorkshire and Harrogate Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP).
Although these two sessions are fully booked we’re setting up a waiting list. If you’d like your name to be added please email Alison.firstname.lastname@example.org.