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Your events update | March 2016

Incl. free online event on housing and health, and presentations from our last conference

The King's Fund Ideas that change health care

Events update: March 2016

Dear ,

Devolution, and what it means for health and social care, was the topic of our recent online event – the first of six free online events we’re running this year. It was a really interesting discussion, that generated a lot of questions from our audience, and if you missed it you can now catch up on-demand.

The next event in the online series is on driving integration between housing and health care services. It takes place on Wednesday 2 March, 1.30-2.30pm, and you can register now to watch it live or on-demand.

Also in this month’s newsletter you’ll find information on what’s coming up at the Fund in March and April, and links to presentations from our recent event on integrating care throughout the patient’s surgical journey.

Best wishes,

Louisa Sidery Signature

Louisa Sidery
Head of Events

The King's Fund

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How to use patient feedback more effectively to improve services | Thursday 21 April

This conference will look at information currently collected from patient surveys including the inpatient survey, GP patient survey, Friends and Family Test, and Patient Reported Outcome Measures.

We'll explore the key messages that can be drawn from the data and show you how health care professionals can use these messages to drive service improvement.

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How changes in clinical practice can deliver better value: Learning from best practice approaches in the NHS

Join with peers to discover what actions need to be taken at each level of the system – from clinical teams through to national bodies – to create an environment that supports and stimulates change made at the front line of the NHS.

By sharing best practice approaches, this event will explore how to embed a culture of continuous quality improvement across the health service.

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