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Think tank event informs development of healthy networks
Team Improving Capability joined forces with the Health Foundation, to hold a think tank event that explored the role of networks in health and care.
Around forty invited delegates from across health and social care attended the event in London, and offered valuable thoughts and feedback around how to make networks for improvement successful.
Following welcomes from Moira Livingston and Helen Crisp, assistant director at the Health Foundation, Murray Anderson-Wallace, from Leeds University’s Centre for Innovation in Health Management talked about ‘what do we mean by networks?’ The rest of the day was structured around facilitated workshops where delegates had the chance to learn more about networks, and identify gaps and opportunities
A set of priorities for action were identified, which will be written up and developed into a clear plan to take forward.
Comments from feedback forms completed on the day were overwhelmingly positive, including “Great to connect with others”, “Very useful discussions” and “Thought provoking, challenging and useful”