SISCC Consortium 2017

Celebrating SISCC : Building on the foundations & planning for the future

The SISCC 2017 Consortium Event; has been designed to provide you with the opportunity to learn more about the SISCC, our work and how this is helping to develop the evidence-base to support improvements in health and social care.

In addition to sharing, we want to engage delegates to help to inform our future priorities and shape our work programme and develop future collaborations around:

– Older People’s health & wellbeing
– Care & compassion – person-centred interventions
– Large scale behaviour change
– Which improvement method to choose?

SISCC – collaborating to create new knowledge in health and social care

Event ended

Presentations from this event can be found below:

Introduction to SISCC…… the story so far – Professor Mary Renfrew
Improvement & behaviour change – Professor Brian Williams
Optimising management of patients at risk of preventable drug side effects (DQIP2) – Dr Tobias Dreischulte
Motivating change – Professor May Renfrew on behalf of Dr Jenna Breckenridge
Students as change agents – Diane Campbell on behalf of Professor Peter Davey
Balancing measures or a ‘balanced accounting’ of both intended and unintended consequences of improvement interventions? – Dr Madalina Toma
Transformative Innovation in Health & Social Care – Dr Margaret Hannah
Structured, Supported Engagement – Dr Cameron Stark
Motivating Change: Learning for Transformation – Professor Brendan McCormack

We would like to thank all delegates for their input into the discussions around SISCC’s future work programme and the outputs from these discussions will be published here in due course.  For more information please contact Julie Anderson (Associate Director)

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