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Please find here the newly published Mental Health Core Skills Training Framework
Hackathons are an innovative way for people from different backgrounds and expertise to form teams, collaborate within a limited time frame, and focus on a specific problem or idea in healthcare to come up with innovative solutions to issues.
By bringing together diverse minds, with the common goal of solving healthcare’s biggest challenges, problems can be diagnosed from multiple different perspectives.
The Hackathon will be supported by The Innovation Agency and will bring together a wide range of stakeholders including Patients, Carers, NWAS, CCG’s, representatives from the Voluntary Sector and also colleagues from other Trusts within the region.
As part of Quality, Efficiency & Productivity Programme (QEP) we run an annual week long event which aims to raise awareness of the programme. The hackathon will form part of QEP week and will focus on the problems staff encounter when trying to deliver quality.
To register for the event, copy the link below into your browser https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/royal-liverpool-broadgreen-university-hospitals-trust-quality-hackathon-tickets-32148946364?aff=escb&utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=cp&utm-term=eventcard
ENABLING FUTURE LEADERS TO FLOURISH: A NETWORK MEETING FOR MANAGERS OF THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS
9.30am to 1.30pm (followed by networking lunch)
Wednesday 15th March 2017
Hallmark Hotel Warrington, WA4 2LD
We are pleased to provide you with the agenda (view here) for our forthcoming networking event for managers of emerging leaders.
This half-day network is an opportunity to:
It is intended that this event will be the start of a vibrant community that brings together managers of future leaders to support each other, share experiences and learn new approaches and tools.
There are limited places still available so don't miss out on the chance to connect with your peers and influence how to develop this important network.
*Click here to book your place*
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NHS North West Leadership Academy
The evidence has been around for a long time.Multi-Disciplinary Teamworking in healthcare leads to better clinical outcomes and experience for patients, and better quality of working life for staff. Yet it is far from universal.
Multi-Disciplinary Teamworking challenges traditional professional roles and demarcations, and can be hard to achieve.
While the general principles that characterise good clinical teams are well understood, their translation into specific clinical settings involves open dialogue, experimentation, learning from failure, and persistence. All of this must take place without any relaxation of day-to-day clinical pressures.
This case study is based on an eighteen month change programme led by Workplace Innovation Limited in partnership with Southern Health and Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland.
The case study offers practitioners fresh insights into how Multi-Disciplinary Teamwork principles can be translated into practice, and we believe its findings are of relevance both to maternity services across the UK and in wider clinical settings.
The programme was led by Workplace Innovation’s Rosemary Exton, a highly experienced change facilitator with an extensive background in the NHS and knowledge of hospital practice in several parts of Europe.
The Workplace Innovation team was supported by the Workage project, an initiative funded under the EU’s PROGRESS programme.
Views expressed in this report are not necessarily shared by Southern Health and Social Care Trust, the European Commission or other Workage partners.
The full case study and short film are available at http://www.goodworkplaces.net/MDT
Useful summary of the Apprenticeship reforms - click here
Sharing the leadership journey: Tips on navigating the route to success
When: 07 / 3 / 2017 10am - 07 / 3 / 2017 1pm
On the eve of International Women’s Day, join the HSJ Women Leaders Network for an inspiring, free event for female leaders.
This event is kindly supported by PwC.
Meet the panel
Discover the personal journeys of our panel of female leaders from across health and care:
Share your views
Put your questions to the panel and take part in our live audience interaction polls, as we explore subjects such as the role of a modern leader, how to influence organisational change, personal resilience and how to effectively support others.
Connect and network
Network with female colleagues from across the health and care sector over lunch, in award-winning conference venue Horizon, Leeds. And of course, follow the conversation on Twitter @hsjwomenleaders using the hashtag #nhswomen.
Who is this event for?This event is for female leaders working across health and care.
Book your place now.
Find out more about the HSJ Women Leaders Network.
Confed17 will bring together the whole health and social care community in June, strengthening relationships and showcasing innovative solutions to meet the changing needs of organisations across the NHS and wider health and care sector.
What is new?
As part of our time in Liverpool, we are also hosting two events in association with Confed17 that will provide additional content, exhibition and networking opportunities.
The first ever Communications Conference for NHS communications leads, will provide a fresh perspective on communications. Taking place on Monday 12 June, the event will provide interactive, innovative and practical tools and techniques which can be easily applied to your organisation.
The NHS Employers Workforce Summit will be held on Tuesday 13 June and will bring together HR directors and workforce leaders to debate topical workforce issues, share best practice and provide tangible solutions to workforce challenges. It’s also a great opportunity to interact with colleagues from across the NHS.
A new fringe programme is also taking place this year at Confed17.
If you have any questions, please contact our events team on 0844 800 5987 or email Confed17@nhsconfed.org.
A wide range of sponsorship, exhibition and branding opportunities are available for this event. For more information contact our commercial team on 0844 800 5989 or email email@example.com.
It is our pleasure to invite you to an evening of
‘Step Out and Lead’
Wednesday, 15th March 2017 6.00pm - 9.00pm
The Conference Centre @ Lace Croxteth Drive, Sefton Park, L17 1AA
18:00 start (Refreshments Inc.)
Dear North West Trainees,
We at the North West Leadership School (NWLS) cordially invite you to our upcoming event ‘Step out and Lead’ on the 15th of March.
An opportunity not to miss. Please book ASAP via our online booking system, we are often oversubscribed and therefore please be mindful to unsubscribe if you change your mind. You can register via the following link:
Further Details: www.nwpgmd.nhs.uk/leadership_school
Target Audience: FY1-ST8
Date: Wednesday, 15th March 2017
Venue: Conference Centre @ Lace
Time: 6.00pm – 9.00pm
Certificate of attendance presented to all attendees (no doubt will boost your portfolio) Please note: certificates of attendance will be issued 7-10 working days (approx.) after this event.
Looking forward to meeting you all,
Sent on behalf of Northwest Leadership Schools
For queries email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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