Welcome to “This Month.” Becky White, Communications Assistant, talks us through our jam packed November highlights!
What a fantastic month! This month saw our annual conference held on the 10th and 11th November at The Lowry, Salford Quays.
We received fantastic feedback from speakers, delegates and staff on the emotional rollercoaster that was Haelo Hosts! It certainly redefined your average healthcare conference. Relive all the action from a jam packed two days in our not-so-live-blog here or review the conversation online using #HaeloHosts. Bring on Haelo Hosts ’17!
Michael Woodford MBE opened Haelo Hosts ’16 and truly embodied this years theme of Daring Greatly. He rose through the ranks at Olympus to become the first non-Japanese CEO of the century-old company. After four months he was removed as CEO as recounted in Michael’s book Exposure, and the BBC documentary Full Exposure. The Olympus tale takes in the Yakuza, corporate secrecy, and Japanese concepts of loyalty and reputation. More generally it got to the heart of what is and what isn’t ethical capitalism. Read the full review here.
Here at Haelo we are passionate about film! So we rolled out the red carpet on the Thursday evening of Haelo Hosts for the Haelo Film Festival to celebrate excellence in public sector films. All our attendees, Haelo Hosts delegates and nominees were suited and booted and ready for a night of 1920’s entertainment!
Rachel Volland, Haelo Senior Quality Improvement Lead and Deputy Associate Director of Networks has taken on the challenge to write her first blog after being inspired to ‘dare greatly’ following Haelo Hosts ’16. Read her full blog here and leave a comment.
The Science of Improvement masterclass was held as part of the Haelo Festival of Learning. The one-day workshop gave a comprehensive overview of the science of improvement and provided detailed insight into its application. The masterclass was taught by Lloyd Provost, an internationally renowned expert in the education and application of improvement science.
Cameron Whytock, Improvement Science Fellow at Haelo, attended the event and reviewed the workshop. Read his review here.
You don’t want to miss the 5th anniversary of Haelo Hosts!
In November next year, Haelo Hosts will celebrate the 5th anniversary of our annual conference Haelo Hosts! Be the first to know when speakers are announced, agendas are released and tickets go on sale later this year.
Save the date: Don’t be late for check in!
In June next year, a unique UK inter-agency Human Factors Conference, set underneath the wings of the iconic Concorde, will bring together professionals from Healthcare, Aviation and the Fire and Rescue Service.
Date: 22-23 June 2017 (Two day conference, complete with evening dinner)
Location: Runway Visitors Park, Manchester Airport.
Booking: Tickets will costs £250 and are due to go on sale late 2016.
Be the first to know when tickets go on sale later this year! To get your hands on the early bird promotional code, register your interest here.
Endorsements secured so far include: Civil Aviation Authority and the Airport Operators Association. Confirmed accreditation includes: Royal College of Surgeons, Royal College of Anesthetists and the Institution of Fire Engineers.
The event partners include: Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester Airport Fire and Rescue Service, Manchester Airport and event facilitator Haelo.
Heather Gaille, Consultant Anesthetist at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and Human Factors Programme Lead begins with the second in a series of Human Factors blogs, as we prepare for the expert multi agency conference in 2017. Heather blogs for Haelo on the cost of careless talk.
As part of Haelo Hosts week, Haelo’s ran the Scale Up and Spread Academy, delivered in partnership with Greater Manchester Academic Health Science Network (GM AHSN) and Manchester Academic Health Science Centre (MAHSC). The two day academy was led by national and international experts; Chief Executive of Haelo Professor Maxine Power, Brandon Bennett, Founder of Improvement Science Consulting, Director of Outhentics, Mark Outhwaite, and CEO Co-founder of Patient Voices, Pip Hardy. Participants developed their improvement project/s during the academy to ultimately scale up and spread back in their organisation, nationally or internationally.
Read our not-so-live-blog with all the learning from the event here.