Registration is now open for the next, HDR UK Better Care Insight Sharing Day, 01 December 09:30-13:00 so please CLICK HERE to sign up.
We are delighted to be joined by some fantastic speakers who are working to deliver Learning Health Systems across the UK. Speakers include:
- Gareth Thomas, Deputy National CCIO & SRO DCHM Programme, and Elaine Bayliss, Senior Improvement Methodology and Delivery Manager & Co-Lead Transformation Academy for Large Scale Change (TALSC), NHS England and NHS Improvement, Transformation Directorate: who will share their work on a national strategy for clinical decision support
- Tom Hardie, Improvement Fellow and Nell Thornton-Lee, Improvement Analyst, The Health Foundation: who will discuss the implications of our recently published Better Care Catalyst Programme report – Developing learning health systems in the UK: Priorities for action
- Alice Turner, Institute Director of Research & Knowledge Transfer, University of Birmingham: providing an overview of how the NIHR Midlands Patient Safety Research Collaboration will use health data to support patient safety
The half day online meeting will provide an great opportunity to share learnings, successes and challenges and consider how we can work together to enable greater impact. It is open for all to attend so please do pass the invitation on to any colleagues who may be interested in joining us.
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