The purpose of the SISCC Consortium is to enable, support, guide, advise, and champion the work of SISCC, ensuring that all skills and knowledge required are available, with effective cross-sectoral working, and dissemination across Scotland and beyond. It is an affiliation of interested groups and individuals; from across academia, health, social care and the third sector.
The SISCC consortium aims to meet annually and this ‘showcase’ event is the foundation of our engagement, knowledge dissemination and translation strategies. As our work develops this will form a key part in the prioritisation process and engagement with the Consortium members will help influence the co-design the future work programme.
Our fourth Consortium meeting took place on 4th of April 2017, in Edinburgh.
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)