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Changing Healthcare: Learning from the reduction in HCAIs

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Changing Healthcare: learning from what works in the NHS

Join us for our second event in the Changing Healthcare series, and our second case study of successful change: the reduction in healthcare associated infections (HCAIs).

Join us on 1 April for a day learning why the NHS was so successful in achieving the reduction in infection, more importantly, what those working in large scale change today can learn from the way they approached change.

We will hear from a range of perspectives as we consider factors such as the roles of national leadership, targets and accountabilities.

This event is open to everyone and is free to attend, but will be of particular interest to people working in service change, delivery, policy and research.

Confirmed Speakers;

  • Bruce Keogh, Chair of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and former NHS Medical Director

Lunch will be provided.


About Changing Healthcare

Join our new event series bringing people together from across healthcare – in policy, delivery, strategy and research – to learn from successful change in the NHS.

Changing Healthcare will use four case studies of successful, large scale change in the NHS as themes to underpin four events that will focus on drawing out the learning for those working in, or thinking about, improvement and system change within the NHS.

Find out more here.

Can't make the date?

Join us for one of our other events in the series:

  • 4 Feb in London, focusing on NICE
  • 12 May in Bristol, focusing on increasing day surgery
  • 7 July in Newcastle, focusing on implementing non-medical prescribing
  • plus a number of digital events throughout the season

Find out more about these events and register here.

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