Sharing intelligence and insight – 2018 Event registration now open

Our 2018/19 work programme is in full swing, with all projects now open for registration or data submission. We are delighted by the engagement of our members in this year’s benchmarking projects and you can still get involved via the members’ area.

Registration is now open for our 2018 events. We encourage members to sign up now to secure their place. As mentioned in the June monthly update, all event details for our Spring/Summer projects can be located under the Events tab of the members’ area.

  • Benchmarking & Good Practice in Radiology Services (20th September)

  • Benchmarking & Good Practice in Theatres (10th October)

  • Benchmarking & Good Practice in Pharmacy & Medicines Optimisation (16th October)

  • Benchmarking & Good Practice in CAMHS (6th November)

  • Benchmarking & Good Practice in Community Services (7th November)

  • Benchmarking & Good Practice in Mental Health Services (9th November)

Network conferences are free for members to attend. Attendance will give you the opportunity to hear good practice from fellow members, national policy updates, network with peers and have a first look at the published findings from the projects.

Sharing good practice and innovation. If you are interested in showcasing local innovation, such as how you may have used the benchmarking data for service improvement, please contact Emma Pruce. Previously, we have welcomed: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, who spoke about their Home Reporting trial for our Radiology conference; Northampton General Hospital, who shared their Outstanding GEM initiatives, as rated by CQC; Greater Manchester Hospital Pharmacy Transformation Collaborative and King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, who explored the subject of collaboration across STPs to reduce variation. We welcome speakers from all regions to provide their local perspective on health service delivery.

There is also an opportunity to exhibit at our events. In the past, we have welcomed national bodies such as the British Geriatric Society, the Royal College of Radiologists, and Mind. This year we would like to invite members to exhibit and showcase their local innovations, If you are interested in exhibiting at any of the events, please contact Lindsey Ashley.

In addition, the draft toolkits for our projects will be available in time for the conferences, we encourage all users to use the toolkits prior to the conference to familiarise yourself with the outputs and provide feedback at the event.

Initially, we are allocating four delegate places per member organisation to attend any of our events, please register your details via the members’ area. Any queries, please contact Emma Pruce, or call 0161 266 1797.

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