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Networkfest webinars

5 webinars. 8 global network experts. 30 minutes.

Networkfest was a week-long network extravaganza celebrating all that is great about health care networks. As part of this, we hosted 5 webinars to share practical tips and tools on running the best possible networks, drawing on UK and international best practice.

1. Do all networks need to be managed? The self-sustaining network – truth or myth?

We asked Dr Lisa Ishii from Johns Hopkins Medicine and Dr Suzette Woodward, Director of the Sign up to Safety campaign, to join and share their expertise.

Key points (90 seconds)

 

Full webinar (31 minutes)

2. No one in my network seems to care – what should I do?

We asked Dr Lisa Ishii from Johns Hopkins Medicine and Dr Suzette Woodward, Director of the Sign up to Safety campaign, to join and share their expertise.

Key points (90 seconds)

Full webinar (31 minutes)

3. What is the best way for a network to communicate?

Chris McCarthy, Executive Director and founder of the Innovation Learning Network, discussed the most effective tools for communicating, and the relationship between digital and face-to-face communications.

Key points (90 seconds)

 

Full webinar (31 minutes)

4. How do you measure the success of a network?

Join us as we chat with George Dellal, quality improvement consultant at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and Sam Jones, former director of the New Care Models Programme.

Key points (90 seconds)

 

Full webinar (30 minutes)

5. Do networks have a natural life?

Join us as we chat with Becky Malby, professor of Health Systems Innovation at London Southbank University.

Key points (90 seconds)

Full webinar (30 minutes)


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