Learn from the rapid changes that have taken place over the COVID-19 period and take steps to build the future health and care services you want to see.
This workshop is being delivered in partnership with the Health Foundation and AHSN Network, hosted by the Health Foundation's Q community as part of the NHS Reset campaign.
Rapid innovation and learning have been at the heart of our immediate response to COVID-19. It is important that the conditions and ways of working that have enabled innovation to thrive are not lost in the rush to return to business as usual.
This workshop will help you to learn from the rapid changes that have taken place, and take steps to build the future health and care services you want to see.
The event will be of particular interest to those leading regional health services and members of the Q community and will offer:
- space to learn about and discuss the major shifts and ways of working that have enabled innovation and change to happen at pace
- opportunities to learn from people working in the system who are taking practical steps to respond to emerging opportunities
- time to identify risks for the future and think about what good would look like in your system, organisation or team.
Through a mix of presentations and interactive, collaborative group sessions, you will leave with ideas and inspiration for how to make sense of the learning generated through the COVID-19 pandemic, and how to use this to enable good decision-making now and in the future.
Places are limited for this free event.
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This webinar forms part of our NHS Reset campaign strand on best practice and innovation, delivered in partnership with the AHSN Network and Health Foundation.
NHS Reset is an NHS Confederation campaign to contribute to the public debate on what the health and care system should look like in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- recognise both the sacrifice and achievements of the health and care sector’s response to COVID-19, including the major innovations that have been delivered at pace
- rebuild local service provision to meet the physical, mental and social needs of communities affected by severe economic and social disruption
- reset our ambitions for what the health and care system of the future should look like, including its relationship with the public and public services.