September 2016: Change Day, looking back, looking forward

Commentator: Paul Woodley

Posted in: Edge Talk

Janet Wildman

On 9 September 2016 Janet Wildman presented a webinar on the lessons learnt from the NHS Change Day Re-valuation which took place earlier this year, the stories of Change Day activists who engaged in the Re-valuation process and the evaluation results of the FabChange Day School.

The time is right for a radical rethink on how we measure the impact and value of large-scale change in the NHS as well as value the role and contribution of change activitists. Change Day provides a unique opportunity to engage in the biggest, most significant collective improvement activity in the history of the NHS. Over the last three years the movement has grown substantially and we are keen to share the research results of our recent report looking at the impact Change Day has made. In-addition Gill Phillips, creator of “Whose Shoes?” and co-founder of “#MatExp” and Andy Tysoe, a Dementia Liaison Nurse Specialist Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation will share their experience of using evidence based approaches to grow their campaigns. An update on the FabChange Day School will be presented by Oliver Benson from Horizons and Terri Porrett Director FabStuff will provide an update on the evaluation plans for FabChange Day 2016.

This was a chance to ask questions and get support on using evidence to support your Change Day proposals and plans.


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