Friday 15 April 2016
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
6 CPD points
A one-day course on practical ways to innovate successfully drawing on content delivered by NISW to delegates from 80 NHS organisations to date.
Innovation can come from anyone, anywhere in the system.
This course is appropriate for those “clinical entrepreneurs” looking to progress a technology innovation project through to those who are now expected to innovate as part of the national 'Better Care Model' change programmes such as the Vanguard sites.
This session will provide you with core innovation theory and best practice techniques, as well as sharing of “real-life” examples and lessons learned.
Practical theory sessions will be delivered by Rod Howells from NHS Innovation South West (NISW) and discussion sessions supported and facilitated by Angus Donald and Mike McMillan from NISW.
Rod has worked with over 60 NHS organisations over the last ten years, delivering NISW’s bespoke and accredited training programmes and supporting NHS staff to innovate successfully. Rod is specifically interested in the practicalities of creating the right environment for innovation to flourish on an individual, team and organisation level.
Success is seeing ideas become reality
The objectives of the course are to give participants the following:
Registration, tea and coffee
Introduction to the innovations masterclass
Rod Howells, NHS Innovation South West (NISW)
Introduction to innovation
What do we mean by innovation? What does it mean in healthcare? Types of innovation
Tea and coffee break
Introduction of successful innovators in healthcare examples
From idea to reality
Making it happen
Tea and coffee break
Further successful innovators in healthcare examples
Open question and answer session
Your chance to ask the experts questions
Summary of the day and close of meeting
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