Registration open for ‘Good ideas and what to do with them’
‘Good ideas and what to do with them’ – an introduction to innovating in the NHS and the Yorkshire & Humber Innovation Champions Network.
‘Good Ideas and what to do with them’ is a two hour course delivered by the Yorkshire & Humber Innovation Champions Network, specifically for NHS staff. It has loads of real case studies from our region and team-based exercises to gain practical knowledge of innovation, invention and adaptation within the NHS.
Having attended this course you will have learnt about:
• What innovation, invention and adaptation means in the NHS context
• ‘The Innovation Line’ development process for new ideas
• How new ideas are assessed and the support available from Medipex
• Support available for wider adoption and spread of tested ideas from the YHAHSN
• Barriers to NHS Innovation
• The role of the Innovation Champion and the Network to affect culture change in the NHS
This course is free to staff from NHS organisations who are members of the Yorkshire & Humber AHSN and/or Medipex. This includes staff who are not registered as an Innovation Champion, so if you have colleagues who have an interest in innovation and would like to hear more about the network, please invite them along. Having been on this course, you will gain access to the dedicated Innovation Champion network’s secure online portal and forum which has loads of resources, an opportunity to stay connected with people, and access to a range of other events and workshops.
The event will be held between 10:00 – 12:30 on 21st June and is hosted by Sheffield Children’s Hospital at The Mount, Glossop Road, Broomhill, Sheffield, S10 3FL.
Parking information and public transport details will be emailed to registered delegates nearer the time.
For more information, and to register your attendance, please visit: http://www.innovationchampions.co.uk/event/good-ideas-foundation-course/