It’s been a busy week here at Haelo HQ! Becky White, Communications Assistant, tells us what’s got the team chatting in a jam packed This Week…
Haelo’s very own Chief Executive, Professor Maxine Power, has travelled to Australia for two weeks, equipped with a packed schedule to deliver innovation and improvement knowledge.
Maxine has been exchanging valuable insight and expertise, consulting with professionals, capturing best practice and has been sharing learning from right here in Salford, across 10,556 miles, to Sydney. You can follow Maxine via twitter, or visit the website for diary from down under. Alternatively read any of the individual blogs below:
Spreading Improvement Internationally with Maxine Power
Postcard from APAC: Exceptional People
Straight from the APAC Conference 2016 in Sydney, Maxine delivers her insights into leadership, challenges and the philosophy we adopt here at Haelo.
Postcard from APAC: Compassion in Leadership
Inspired by the APAC conference and a visit to Sydney Hospital, Maxine’s second update from Australia raises the question about the importance of compassion in leadership.
Postcard from CEC: Taking patient safety to the next level
We’ve caught up with Maxine reflecting on the second half of her visit to Australia at the Clinical Excellence Commission, New South Wales.
Postcard from CEC: Safety as a moving target
The fourth and final postcard has arrived from Maxine Power as she concludes a two week improvement tour of Australia. It’s been quite an adventure!
It was fantastic to see multi disciplinary expert teams from across the localities contributing their insights to the next stage of Dementia United. The meeting included fascinating discussions from diagnosis to implementation, consistent terminology to crisis response. Full review coming soon!
Have you ever made a film? If not, why not? In this blog, Haelo’s film team Ste Miller and Tom Harvey make the case for film as a unique way to tell your story.
‘Chances are there is a video camera in your pocket right now with image quality that only a few years ago would have cost thousands of pounds. We now have the ability to shoot, edit and share a film online all on the same device. When you have a simple message you want to share with a wide audience, nothing beats film.’ Read more here.
Are you committed to going the extra mile? Do you work in a system that you want to improve? Have you tried to improve and became frustrated by the pace of change?
This one-day programme gives a comprehensive overview of the Science of Improvement and provides detailed insight in to its application, including examples from right here in Salford.
This unique opportunity will develop your knowledge of improvement science; enabling you to apply improvement techniques to change the way you work and improve outcomes for patients. The day is designed primarily for clinicians with an interest or role in quality improvement, but the content will be of interest and applicable for anyone involved in improving health and care. Read our Senior Improvement Advisor Kurt Bramfitt teaser blog to see what is in store for attendees, visit the event page or book tickets directly here.