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Changing Healthcare: Learning from the reduction in HCAIs

Why was the NHS so successful in reducing healthcare associated infections? What can those working in large scale change today learn from the way this was achieved?

Join us for our second event in the Changing Healthcare series, and our second case study of successful change: the reduction in healthcare associated infections (HCAIs).

We will hear a range of perspectives as we consider factors such as the roles of national leadership, targets and accountabilities.

This free event is open to all, but will be of particular interest to people working in service change, delivery, policy and research.

Speakers include:

  • Bruce Keogh, Chair of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and former NHS Medical Director
  • Sally Warren, Director of Policy, The King’s Fund
  • Iestyn Williams, Director of Research, Health Services Management Centre, Birmingham University

10am to 4pm (lunch provided)
The Old Library, Birmingham

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