Capita Conferences announce their Transforming Health and Care Cultures Conference - 28th October 2013 - Central London
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Transforming Health and Care Cultures
Monday 28th October 2013 - Central London
- Chair: Stephen Ramsden, Director, Transforming Healthcare and Former Chief Executive, Patient Safety First Campaign and Former Chief Executive, Luton and Dunstable NHS Foundation Trust
- Professor Moira Livingstone, Clinical Director Improvement Capability, NHS Improving Quality
- Tara Donnelly, Director Quality Efficiency and Productivity, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Siobhan Moran, Director of Quality Improvement, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
- Nicki McNaney, Strategic Development Lead, Integrated Care, Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA)
- Professor Justin Waring, Professor of Organisational Sociology, Nottingham University Business School
- Professor Graham Martin, Professor of Health Organisation and Policy, University of Leicester
The extent of the failure of the system shown in this report suggests that a fundamental culture change is needed
Robert Francis QC
Report of the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Public Inquiry
Culture featured very heavily in Robert Francis QC’s report earlier this year into the failures at Mid Staffordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. It was identified by him that the NHS needs to develop a common culture of caring that was made real throughout the system. It is clear that NHS organisations need to be striving to better understand their cultures of care and learning how to change them. This important conference has been created to help the NHS learn the skills and understand the mechanisms required to deliver cultural transformation.
One of the key challenges in implementing both the Francis Review and in delivering the ambitions laid out recently in the subsequent Keogh Review is around how to deliver changes on the scale required, particularly in relation to changing the culture of health. Culture is notoriously difficult, but not impossible to change.
This conference has been designed to support health and care organisations in delivery of transformation. It does this by providing an introduction to how culture operates in healthcare, an analysis of safer healthcare systems and cultures and in-depth practical exploration of what actually works when delivering transformation. This will be evidenced by the experience of Trusts that are delivering culture change on the ground.
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