North West Masterclass Collaboration
Developing leaders across the North West
We are an influential partnership formed from cross sector organisations in the North West. We represent the NHS, health and social care and local government to bring you a range of collaborative masterclasses.
More information and booking details for the Collborative Masterclass Programme 2019/20
We work in partnership with Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA), North West Employers (NWLA), North West Leadership Academy (NWLA) and the North West Association of Directors of Adults Social Care Services (ADASS).
By combining our unique specialisms, the collaboration explores innovative thinking expert speakers; to provide cross sector knowledge sharing for leaders across the North West.
People powered health and social care: what does it look like and how can you create the culture that enables it?
Friday, September 20, 2019
Location: Lancaster Suite, Haydock Park Racecourse, WA12 0HQ
A masterclass that is about true participation. Learn more about people powered health and social care and what that means for your leadership role as you lead services that enable patient and public participation.
Participants welcomed who work together across a place based system so they can learn together throughout the masterclass and take the ideas back to their place of work.
Monday, September 30, 2019
Location: Hill Dickinson Offices, St Paul’s Square, Liverpool, L3 95J
GARnet is a forum to share best practice in governance, assurance and risk and promote a better understanding of governance, risk and assurance from the perspective of both health and social care.
Monday, October 28, 2019
Location: Countess of Chester Hospital
The aim of the Quality Improvement Network (QIN) is to provide direct support to MIAA clients by:
- Facilitating access to experts in quality improvement
- Sharing expertise and intelligence on quality improvement methods and practice
- Finding solutions to everyday challenges
- Working together to shape the development of new products and services to address the challenges
- Testing new ideas and developments in practice.
The event will cover
- Creating a Continuous Improvement Strategy
- Our journey into marriage guidance between QI, Clinical Audit and Research
- Transformation at the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Introducing Transformational Technology to Improve Patient Flow (Tele-Tracking)
- Outpatient Efficiencies Programme
- An Introduction to the ICP Transformation Programme
Download the full agenda here
Friday, November 1, 2019
Location: Haydock Park Racecourse, Lancaster Suite
This powerful masterclass is for system leaders across the North West. Places are limited on a first come first served basis and will be prioritised for colleagues coming together from the same place based system.
Arbinger have identified that the key mindset shift that is critical to improving organisational performance is to shift the self-focus on an inward mindset to the impact focus of an outward mindset. Learn how this can be done. This masterclass is for you if you want to learn how changing your mindset can bring about behaviour change and influence system thinking and working and if you know you need to remove silos and ramp up collaboration between teams and functions.
Bookings open shortly
Friday, December 6, 2019
Location: Lancaster Suite, Haydock Park Racecourse Newton-le-Willows, WA12 0HQ
The primary goal of human factors science is to promote efficiency, safety and effectiveness by improving the design of technologies, processes and work systems. Interest in human factors has increased exponentially across healthcare communities and institutions as the value of human centred design in healthcare becomes increasingly clear. However, as human factors is becoming more prominent, there is growing evidence of confusion about human factors and how leaders can integrate human factors thinking across systems, organisations and into their day to day work.
Following on from our previously highly successful event around Human Factors led by Professor Jane Reid this interactive session will focus more upon how you can apply human factors learning successfully across systems and the steps you can take to develop a culture that enables that to happen.