Peer review for local systems

Peer review is a robust and effective improvement tool led by the sector, for the sector. It involves a team of trained peers, including current or former NHS and local authority chief executives, spending between two and four days with your key leaders. Focused on reflection and learning, rather than inspection and assurance, it provides both support and challenge in a confidential setting.

Our expert peers will help you develop a more objective perspective on your strengths and weaknesses as a system, and allow you to focus on what you need to do differently to deliver on your shared priorities and ambitions.

We have also developed a peer-to-peer review model where senior representatives from two systems come together over a day and a half to compare their vision, priorities, successes and challenges. The aim is to share these with experienced colleagues in a safe space to gain a different perspective and new ideas about how to solve common problems.Both peer reviews are suitable for partnerships where relationships need to be consolidated, rather than those at the very earliest stages of maturity.

What will you gain?

Find out more

To find out more please contact:

Marcus Coulson
Programme manager – Peer Support for Local Systems NHS Providers and the Local Government Association
07766 252 853
marcus.coulson@local.gov.uk

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