With the NHS in its most austere decade since its inception, the need for transformative, system-wide change has never been greater.
However, does the NHS have the ability to deliver the level of change required of it? How can its leaders learn the lessons – the must-dos, and the elephant traps – from past attempts of system change?
Our all-day learning event will explore the implications of the reconfiguration of stroke services in London and Greater Manchester for system-wide change in the NHS in England, including new findings from research led by University College London on how to make and sustain major system change. The event aims to share learning across a wide range of clinical areas and perspectives, helping participants deliver change for the better.
Two webinars will discuss the research into stroke reconfiguration in greater detail, and look at international examples of best practice.
The event series is designed for all those leading change, both related to stroke-care, and across the NHS, including leaders of sustainability and transformation partnerships, integrated care systems, clinical reconfigurations, and more.
In person: 22 May
We're hosting an all day learning event about the implications of the reconfiguration of stroke services in London and Greater Manchester for system-wide change in the NHS in England. It will take place on 22 May at Union Chapel, Islington, London, from 10am-4pm.
The day will be a mix of speakers and interactive discussion, structured around three main topics:
1: Approaches to implementing system change. Speakers include:
2: How best to involve patients and populations in system change. Speakers include:
3: Measuring the impact of system change. Speakers include:
The day will conclude with an exercise and panel discussion about how successful system change can become the norm, not the exception, in the NHS.
Online: 15 May
The face-to-face event will be supported by two webinars on 15 May, at 1-2pm and 4-5pm, to discuss the research into stroke reconfiguration in greater detail, and to learn from international examples of best practice.
Webinar 1: Stroke reconfiguration in London and Greater Manchester: what happened? (1-2pm)
This webinar will include a whistle-stop tour of the changes, the research findings (including the very latest published papers), and key implications for change across the NHS.
We'll be joined by:
Webinar 2: Lessons from international best practice (4-5pm)
This webinar will provide an opportunity to learn from best practice internationally on achieving successful system change.
We'll be joined by:
The webinars are open to all - please feel free to share with colleagues who may be interested.