School for Change Agents

To sign up for the School for Change Agents, and to subscribe to our updates, please add your email address in the  box below and click ‘subscribe’:

powered by TinyLetter


**CPD points are available!**

If you’ve been frustrated by having to navigate stifling hierarchies to get the changes you know are needed, or criticised for being a dissenter, disruptive or even divisive, then The School for Change Agents is for you. It’s more than just a school — it’s a platform for learning, and a community of people like you.

If you would like to find out more about School and how you can benefit from it, please see our information pack, and our FAQs.

NEW! for 2018 are special small group EdgeTalk sessions.

Get involved through Twitter: @Sch4Change #S4CA. If you are on Facebook, pop over and ‘like’ our page, and join our closed group.

If you’d like to drop us a line, you can email us at

Get a taster for School by seeing what we have talked about in previous years’ modules: please visit the Archives through the menu on the left-hand side of the page.



Game on! Using gamification to engage and motivate change.

Shari McKeown from the British Columbia Patient Safety & Quality Council, Canada shows how using games can build energy, engagement and sustainability for change.


Moving from Quality Improvement as activity to Quality Improvement as culture

Using care for older people as an example, Ruth Glassborow from Health Improvement Scotland talks about developing a sustainable QI culture


August 2016 – Edge Talk: Managing Talent in Health and Social Care

Talent Management in Nursing – why does it matter to frontline staff and managers in the NHS? Friday 5 August 2016, 09.30-11.00 (GMT+) Sue Haines, Nottingham University Hospital’s Assistant Director of Nursing, will address managing talent in health supported by Dr Joanne Cooper, Head of N&M Research and Kerry Taylor, Shared Governance Facilitator. This webinar […]