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Mar
1
9:30 AM09:30

2018 NAIC Northern Ireland Findings Conference

We are pleased to announce the 2018 NAIC Northern Ireland Findings Conference, which will provide our members with an opportunity to hear the NI findings from the 2018 audit, delivered by our Support Team. We will also be welcoming Good Practice case studies from our membership.

The Lead Contact from each Health & Social Care Trust and Local Commissioning Group for Intermediate Care will be coordinating the invitations from their area. Delegates from national bodies in Northern Ireland will also be invited. The conference is free to attend for all stakeholders of Intermediate Care services within Northern Ireland, and spaces will be allocated by each HSCT & LCG. Registration is not available via the members’ area.

Please note, this is a Northern Ireland only event.

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Dec
11
10:00 AM10:00

2018 NAIC Wales Findings Conference

We are pleased to announce the 2018 NAIC Wales Findings Conference, which will provide our members with an opportunity to hear the Wales findings from the 2018 audit.

Our Support Team will be delivering the Organisational level audit as well as the Service user audit for Wales, and we will be welcoming Good Practice case studies from our membership.

The programme will be shared soon, but you can register your place now. There are a maximum of ten spaces per University Health Board.

Please note, this is a Wales only event.

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Nov
15
9:30 AM09:30

2018 National Audit of Intermediate Care (NAIC) National Conference

We are pleased to announce the 2018 NAIC Conference, which will provide members an opportunity to hear the findings of the sixth iteration of the audit.

Chaired by Chair of the NAIC Steering Group, and Consultant Geriatrician at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS FT, Dr Duncan Forsyth, the programme includes a Keynote Address presented by Head of Planning Delivery for NHS England, Kathryn Evans, as well as a review of IC services in Northern Ireland. There will be a whole system focus on this year's findings event, providing a holistic view of the Intermediate Care system.

Spaces are limited to this event, so we encourage you to register now.

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Sep
11
10:00 AM10:00

The Positive Deviance Approach workshop

The Positive Deviance Approach: Learning from exceptional performers to improve the quality and safety of care.

WORKSHOP AIMS:
•To share and discuss our findings about how positively deviant healthcare teams succeed
•To explore the methods that can be used to apply the positive deviance approach within healthcare organisations
•To discuss how your own organisations could apply the positive deviance approach to improve the quality and safety of care

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Organisations tasked with improvement who have access to performance data, e.g. National Audit Teams, AHSNs, Patient Safety Collaboratives, CCGs, CLAHRCs and NHS Improvement.

WORKSHOP DELIVERED BY:
The Yorkshire Quality and Safety Research group (Bradford Institute For Health Research), The Centre for Health Economics (University of York), and The National Audit of Intermediate Care (NHS Benchmarking Network).

This is an external event, not facilitated by the NHS Benchmarking Network. To book please click here. For further information, please contact Ruth Baxter at ruth.baxter@bthft.nhs.uk or call 01274 383421.

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Nov
15
9:30 AM09:30

2017 National Audit of Intermediate Care (NAIC) National Conference

The 2017 NAIC Conference took place on Wednesday 15th November at etc. Venues, St Paul's (London), and was Chaired by Chair of the NAIC Steering Group, and Consultant Geriatrician at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS FT- Dr Duncan Forsyth.

Our full programme of confirmed speakers, included a Keynote Address presented by NCD for Older People and Integrated Care- Professor Martin Vernon, and a national update presented by RCN's Dawne Garrett. NAIC Project Director- Claire Holditch, and Project Manager- Jessica Grantham presented the findings from this years' iteration of the project, and we heard three good practice case studies from participants.

Places are free for Network members, and are confirmed on a first come first served basis. Members can register themselves and their colleagues on the NHSBN members' area.

If you would like to express your interest in speaking or exhibiting at an NHSBN conference, please email Ashley Spencer.

Read the conference review here.

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