Events

 

We host a range of online events, from webinars to deep dives. Have a look below and see what there is for you to watch and catch up on. 

Upcoming events

Using quality improvement to enhance maternity and neonatal outcomes | Wednesday 10 July 11.30am - 1.00pm

This event will focus on how trusts are using quality improvement to address and improve maternity and neonatal outcomes, particularly for those patients at risk due to health inequalities. It will also explore the actions and roles boards can take to support improvement in maternity care.

 

Delegates will hear from senior leaders who are navigating this challenge, followed by dedicated time to ask questions and share reflections.

 

Speakers at this session will include:

  • Professor Naomi Chambers - Professor of Health Management, The University of Manchester
  • Dr Nandi Simpson, Director – Implementation, NHS Race and Health Observatory
  • Arnie Puntis - Research and Policy Manager, NHS Race and Health Observatory
  • More speakers to be confirmed

 

This session is a chance for our members to step back, reflect, and learn from each other’s experiences.

 

How do I book?

This event is for all members and attendance at this event is free. To book please follow this link. 

Catch up on previous events

Webinars

Deep dives

We've been testing a new way to learn together as peers - a 'deep dive'. The ambition is to dig a little deeper than many of the existing resources available on improvement to share board level peer to peer, actionable insight anchored in your shared and daily experiences.

By bringing together a number of board members from a host trust, these virtual sessions offer a chance to explore the board's role in more depth, discussing the behaviours, decisions and actions that bring to life the important principles that underpin improvement.

The emphasis is on drilling down into the how rather than the what or why, with the bulk of each session focused on questions and answers between peers, providing a space in which trust leaders can question and interact with those further ahead in their improvement journey.