Transforming patient-level costing in the NHS – Thursday 2 February webinars
We’ll publish the next version of the
Healthcare Costing Standards and Cost Collection Guidance at the end of
January. To support the publication, we’re running two webinars. One will focus
on acute standards and the other on mental health and ambulance standards. These webinars will also give you the chance
to ask any questions.
ImprovementX digital discussion – Developing People, Improving Care
On Monday 30 January from 1-2pm you’re invited to join our Executive Director of Improvement, Adam Sewell-Jones, and colleagues from NHS Improvement to hear about, and contribute your thoughts to, Developing People - Improving Care – our recently launched framework that guides action on improvement skill-building, leadership development and talent management across the NHS.
We’re supporting UK Improvement Alliance's (UKIA) ImprovementX event week which features seven digital discussions and runs from Monday 30 January to Friday 3 February.
‘Cultural change and leadership’ event – Tuesday 31 January
This event is focused on the leadership role non-executives, lay members and local authority elected members (health) play in changing the culture of organisations across our health and social care system.
Patient Experience Headlines Tool – register for webexes
Independent panel for advising governors disbanded
Since governors are choosing not to make use of the
Panel’s facility (including raising substantive questions) in accordance with
the referral criteria laid out in legislation - we’ve taken the decision to
disband it with the full support of the Panel Chair, Linda Nash.
NHS foundation trust annual reporting manual 2016/17
Midlands and East update
Chairs networking event: 26 April, Leicester
Chairs networking event: 16 February, London
Chairs networking event: 2 March, Reading
Updates from our partners
From the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP): Work, health and disability - consultation
DWP is seeking views on what it will take to
transform employment prospects for disabled people and people with long-term
health conditions. They want to hear views from a broad range of respondents.
From NHS England: new online course for transforming learning disability services
NHS England is running a free online course for anyone working to transform care and support for people living with a learning disability, autism or both.
From NHS England: demand and capacity training
The demand and capacity team is continuing its series of live training events with an event for commissioners and providers of mental health services on Wednesday 8 March.
These one day training events are intended as an introduction for delegates to ensure the principles and methodological approaches to demand and capacity modelling are understood and recognised by both commissioners and providers. This event will have a particular focus on the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) modelling tool.
From Health Education England (HEE): new e-learning session – ‘Symptom Management for the Dying Adult’
This latest session added to HEE’s e-learning programme End of Life Care for All (e-ELCA ) provides a guide to the management of physical symptoms that commonly arise when a person is in the last few days to hours of life. This session is for doctors in training (all specialities), core medical and GP trainees, nurses in the community, hospitals and care homes, and post registration pharmacists. It may also be useful to more experienced doctors who wish to refresh their knowledge.
In total there are over 150 e-ELCA sessions to help with implementation of the NICE Guidelines on improving care for people who are in their last days of life.
From the Association of Professional Healthcare Analysts (AphA): networking event Monday 6 March
AphA and the Operational Research Society (ORS) are organising this free event to bring analysts together from across London for an opportunity to network and potentially create an infrastructure to allow future collaboration.