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Webinar - Want to Work in Partnership with Patients? How to Co-produce Improvements with Patients.
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Starting from what matters to patients and co-producing how you how plan, design and implement your quality improvements in partnership with the people who use your services can transform your work. In this webinar, coproduced with a patient advocacy perspective, you will gain an insight into the Always Events® methodology which enables the co-design and consistent implementation of improvements that address what matters most to patients.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/17/2020
When: November 17, 2020
12:00pm ET
Where: United States


Online registration is available until: 11/17/2020
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Want to Work in Partnership with Patients? How to Co-produce Improvements with Patients.

Martha Donovan Hayward, Subject Matter Expert/Lead for Patient Engagement, American Hospital Association/Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Helen Lee, Experience of Care Professional Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement
Claire Marshall MSc, Experience of Care Lead - Acute Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement

November 17, 2020 - 12:00-1:00 PM ET

Starting from what matters to patients and co-producing how you how plan, design and implement your quality improvements in partnership with the people who use your services can transform your work. In this webinar, coproduced with a patient advocacy perspective, you will gain an insight into the Always Events® methodology which enables the co-design and consistent implementation of improvements that address what matters most to patients. You will hear from those directly involved who will share their experiences, learning, challenges, practical cocreation skills and “top tips” for successful coproduction. Always Events® has created a real social movement, with the methodology now being used by more than 50% of healthcare providers in the NHS in England. This has enabled a direct focus on improving patient experience through coproduction, active engagement by point of care staff and has delivered sustainable change in aspects of care that are a priority for patients. 

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the relationship between coproduction and the acceleration of safety and quality.
  • Develop the skills to apply this learning and implement Always Events® methodology in your own organization.
  • Demonstrate practical skills in cocreation.

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