Programme of events
Changing Healthcare: What’s it all about?
Monday 2 November, 11–11.30am
Watch our live show and join the conversation via Mentimeter.
Mary Dixon-Woods, Director, THIS Institute & The Health Foundation Professor of Healthcare Improvement Studies, University of Cambridge
What can we learn from…how the NHS tackled MRSA?
Monday 2 November, 2.30–4pm
Explore how the NHS successfully reduced healthcare associated infections (HCAIs) such as MRSA, and what we can learn from its approach for delivering lasting change today.
Ginny Edwards, Director, Edwards Consulting
Sally Warren, Director of Policy, The King’s Fund
What can we learn from…how the NHS made day surgery the norm?
Tuesday 3 November, 11–12.30pm
Explore how the NHS made it possible for 9 in 10 operations to be done within a day, avoiding the need for people to stay overnight, and what we can learn from its approach for delivering lasting change today.
Tim Briggs, Chair, Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) and National Director of Clinical Improvement, NHS England & NHS Improvement
Kieran Walshe, Chair, Health Services Research UK & Professor of Health Policy and Management, University of Manchester
Jo Scott, Q Insight Manager, Health Foundation
Penny Pereira, Deputy Director of Improvement, Health Foundation & Programme Director, Q Initiative
To what extent can we learn from the past? Melting Pot conversation
Wednesday 4 November, 5.30–6.30pm
Digital small group conversation
A space for a small group discussion, on the challenges of learning from the past when trying to deliver lasting change within the current healthcare system.
Nigel Edwards, Chief Executive, Nuffield Trust
What can we learn from…how nurses and allied health professionals came to prescribe medication?
Thursday 5 November, 2.30–4pm
Explore how the NHS implemented non-medical prescribing ahead of many other countries in Europe, and what we can learn from its approach for delivering lasting change today.
Christine Hancock, Director, C3 Collaborating for Health & former General Secretary, Royal College of Nursing
Claire Anderson, Professor of Social Pharmacy, University of Nottingham & Chair, English Pharmacy Board, Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Aseel Abuzour, Research Associate, University of Manchester & Pharmacist
Duncan Petty, Research Practitioner, University of Bradford & Member, English Pharmacy Board, Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Changing Healthcare: What’s the future of history?
Friday 6 November, 11.00am–12noon
Join this discussion event looking at the future of how we use history in delivering successful, lasting change in the healthcare system.
Bruce Keogh, Chair, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust & former National Medical Director
Sally Sheard, Head of Department, Public Health, Policy and Systems, Institute of Population Health, University of Liverpool
You can select the events you’d like to participate in via our registration process.