Alison Cameron and Helen Bevan, our hosts for the event introduce the themes covered and who is taking part. Their guest is Gill Phillips
Heard about ‘Hacks’ but unsure how they can help you? Expert Perry Timms and Iain Hennessey, Head of Innovation at Alder Hey Hospital discuss how hack methods can energise improvement
Abigail Harrison, from Haelo (UK) on moving frontline teams from “data haters” to “measurement improvement maestros”
Steve Sewell, Chris Jones and Sam Jones are local and national leaders pioneering new care models in England
Join Nigel Edwards, CEO of health charity Nuffield Trust (UK) and leaders in crowdsourcing to debate the potential of designing-by-crowd
Shari McKeown from the British Columbia Patient Safety & Quality Council, Canada shows how using games can build energy, engagement and sustainability for change.
Ben Ridout from BC Patient Safety and Quality Council on engaging service users and families as true partners in health and care
Leaders aren’t always the ones with positional power. Hear from change agents from British Columbia (Canada) who act as distributed leaders
How a public health service in New Zealand changed its approach and moved from doing things to people to doing things with people
Jane Evans, from Eastern Health shows howa large multi-site health service in Victoria, Australia, introduced seven day services across General Medicine.
Using care for older people as an example, Ruth Glassborow from Health Improvement Scotland talks about developing a sustainable QI culture
Dr Peter Fuda, a world-leading researcher and practitioner on transformational change, gives a guide to his best research and insights
Paul Taylor and Vicky Green from housing innovation unit Bromford Lab examine what role an innovation lab can play to support social good
Matthew Partovi leads a network of activists who care about their organisation’s culture so much they’re willing to lose their jobs for it! We’ll explore with him some of the actions people are taking