NIHR CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber Implementation Showcase
Friday 6th March 2015 10am – 3pm
Park Plaza hotel – Leeds
Aims: To share the range of implementation expertise across NIHR CLAHRC YH with CLAHRC YH themes, the Improvement Academy and wider CLAHRC community.
To stimulate the use of implementation approaches in delivering impacts of research teams in and associated to CLAHRC.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your place
|09:30 for 10:00||Tea/coffee on arrival|
|10:00||Welcome from Dan Wolstenholme|
|10:10||Overview of implementation: speaker to be announced|
|10:50||Tom Sanders : normalisation process theory|
|11.25||Jane O’Hara: ‘Finding shrimp, crabs and snails: a positive deviance approach to patient safety improvement’.|
|11:55||Carl Thompson: “Was it worth it? thinking about the real world costs and consequences of research implementation and quality improvement”|
|13:10||Andrew Booth: “The slip between cup and lip: eight reasons why your interventions don’t work as planned”|
|13:40||Joe Langley: Design in health|
|14:20||Rebecca Lawton: ‘Behaviour change for patient safety’|
|14:50||Summary and reflections|