The aim of this webinar is to allow Andrew to share his thoughts on what could help you to operate effectively and make a difference in an interim role. Drawing on his experience of successfully completing more than 20 NHS IMAS assignments Andrew will give real examples of successful change and challenges.
Working Effectively as an Interim, presented by Andrew Cratchley, 28 February 2023
'Developing and using a narrative to create a new model of care – a perspective' presented by Paul Corrigan, 20 July 2022.
Policy as a motivator for change is having a very limited impact. In this webinar Paul illustrated some stories which staff can develop their new practice within.
Latest webinar in our series. Implications of the Health and Social Care Bill from a National NHS perspective, presented by Daniel Rattigan, 20 April 2022
As the Bill nears completion of its passage through Parliament, Dan aims to provide a better understanding of its development, subsequent amendments and most relevant aspects for NHS leaders going forward.
Fiona and Richard examine key aspects of the new NHS environment as we move into the post Covid world; is this the biggest change to NHS organisations in the last 30 years?
Gerard, Head of Health at Browne Jacobson provided an update on how ICSs are developing.
In particular he talks us through the work his team have been doing with ICSs as they are developed for establishment; looking at some of the issues which have been grappled with, and sharing work NHS clients have done to fit with the expected new legal framework. Gerard also looks at how ICSs may evolve over the next few years, as they establish their place in an integrated health and social care legal framework.
The aim of this webinar is to provide an overview of the policy - and the key features - of 'discharge to assess', providing updates on the national policy, and discussing common issues around implementation The webinar is presented by Leigh is a physiotherapist and currently the Senior Improvement Manager for Therapies and Social Care in ECIST. He currently works with the National Discharge Cell as the SME advising on discharge to assess and supports improvement at a system level within the ECIST team.