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LIQH Improve Care Network with Roy Lilley
Thu 30 March 2017, 12:00 – 16:00 BST
This free event involves an afternoon of networking and sharing ideas about quality improvement with likeminded professionals in Leeds.
We will be joined by Roy Lilley, a former chair of the NHS Trust and analyst of healthcare policy. This is a great opportunity to discuss quality with an experienced professional in healthcare management.
This event will be held on Thursday 30 March, 12 - 4pm at Leeds Aspire, a historic events venue in Leeds City Centre.
Lunch is included, which starts from 12pm so make sure you come in time. You know how busy the city centre gets! Get your dietry requirements to us by 23rd March via LIQH@leeds.ac.uk.
The session starts at 1pm with a brief intro from LIQH, followed by plenty of opportunities for networking and discussing, and a special guest speaker to share their experiences of Quality Improvement.
You don't have to be in a Quality Improvement or clinical role to attend. We have people who join from business development, finance, and data side of the NHS as well as professionals from the third sector. First timers, regulars and LIQH Alumni are all welcome. And invite colleagues and friends, because sometimes it's a bit easier to meet new people when a friend is by yourside.
LIQH has been sharing Quality Improvement techniques and practice since its formation in 2014. We believe that quality improvement, finance, informatics and engagement are interlinked and interdependent, and that the best possible outcomes for the people of Leeds are found when professionals get together to learn and collaborate. This network explores some of the crucial priorities across health and social care through the lens of each of these functions.
The Leeds Institute for Quality Healthcare (LIQH) Improve Care Network is open to anyone with an interest in improving quality of care across Leeds health and social care.
It brings together professionals working in quality improvement, finance, informatics and patient engagement to share experiences and learn from each other.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There's some useful tips on the Aspire website: http://www.aspire-leeds.co.uk/contact/how-to-find-us/
Fortunately the venue is pretty central and will probably take 8-10 minutes to walk from the LGI at that time of day.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Any questions or concerns? just email us LIQH@leeds.ac.uk.