IQ @ IHI 26

The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) is holding its 26th Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida, USA between 7 and 10 December.  You can follow what’s going on at the conference on Twitter at #IHI26forum.

NHS IQ will be well represented at this event both through its attendees and presentations. Events we’re involved in include the leading radical change mini course and  an innovative Pecha Kucha session. Look out for the following hashtags during these events: #radicals and #hopesforhealthcare. More information about the events we’ll be involved can be found on the IHI website.

During the event we will be live blogging some of the content on our Research, Evaluation, Analysis & Measurement team’s forloveofnumb3rs blog. Our attendees will also be tweeting, so please follow them, or if you are there make sure you say hello!

Attendees

Steve Fairman – Managing Director – @Stevefairman1

Steve Fairman - photo May 2014

Helen Bevan – Chief Transformation Officer – @Helenbevan

Helen

Jon Hannah – Head of Improvement Science – @JCHannah77

Jon

Elaine Bayliss – National Improvement Manager – @elaine_bayliss

Elaine

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About jchannah1977

I am a healthcare specialist, having spent many years working as a Senior Strategist and Policy Professional within the UK Department of Health and NHS. I am now the Liberal Democrat Council Candidate for Chapel Allerton, Leeds

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