Day 2: Digital Goody bag

This Page contains recordings from Day 2 of the Big Conversation held on 12th May 2022.
Speakers of featured videos in the goody bag have given permission for the footage to be shared.
If you have yet to grant permission for your session to appear, please email nhsi.thebigconversation@nhs.net

Main Stage:

Our Health and Wellbeing

With: Stephanie Thompson (Senior Health Improvement Advisor, University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust)

Zoe Lord (Deputy Director, NHS Horizons)

and Claire Parker (Senior Programme Lead (Health and Wellbeing, NHS England and NHS Improvement)

Day 2: Welcome to the Big Conversation

Welcome to Day 2 of The Big Conversation with: 

Zoe Lord (Deputy Director, NHS Horizons)

Rasleen Kahai (Clinical Associate NHS Horizons & Cardiorespiratory Dietitian, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals)

Cristina Serrao (Lived Experience Ambassador, NHS England and NHS Improvement)

and Neil Turton (Director, Advancing Quality Alliance (AQUA)

Co-production for Improvement

With: Donald Berwick, President Emeritus and Senior Fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement

Cristina Serrao, Lived Experience Ambassador, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Helen Lee, Experience of Care Professional Lead – Co-production, NHS England and NHS Improvement 

Richard Morton - Lived Experience Partner , Dr Alison Tweed - Research and Evaluation Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement and David McNally - Head of Experience Care and NHS England and Improvement. 

Day 2 Final Reflections from The Big Conversation

With: Helen Bevan, Chief Transformation Officer, NHS Horizons

Rasleen Kahai (Clinical Fellow) (Clinical Associate NHS Horizons & Cardiorespiratory Dietitian - Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals)

Cristina Serrao (Lived Experience Ambassador - NHS England and NHS Improvement)

Neil Turton, Executive Director Aqua

Hugh McCaughey (Former National Director of Improvement - NHS England & NHS Improvement)

Tim Ferris (Director of Transformation - NHS England and NHS Improvement)

Why have a meeting, when you can have a party?

Session by: Lindsey Mclean (Urgent Care Programme Manager, Wye Valley NHS Trust)

How can we learn better from our clinical data?

Session by: Dr Conor Foley (Data Science Fellow, Critical Care, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)

Optimising patient flow through real time mobile application

Session by: Julia Miah (Informatics Manager, Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust), Kate Pound (Improvement Manager, NHS England and NHS Improvement) and Jolyon Spurling (Co-founder, Product strategy and Design, Showtime Analytics)

What is needed to help people spread innovation and improvement?

Session by: Diane Ketley (Associate, NHS Horizons) with Carol Munt and Joe Sladen.

Wheelchair skills: the foundations to build independence

Session by: Pete Donnelly (Founder and Managing Director, The Wheelchair Skills College)

Personal Health Budgets in mental health pathways

Session by: Janet Blair (Senior Manager (Personalised Care Group, NHS England and NHS Improvement) and Breda Spillane (Programme Lead, City & Hackney, Tower Hamlets & Newham)

Anyone can be a change agent

Session by: Christina Harrison (Emergency Department Sister / Clinical Associate, Torbay & South Devon NHS Foundation Trust) and Helen Bevan (Associate, NHS Horizons)

Co-designing solutions and data

Session by: Kate Pound (Transformation Fellow in the Horizons Group at NHS Improving Quality.), Devon Elliot (Senior Programme Manager, NHS England and NHS Improvement) and Mark Agathangelou (Lived Experience Partner)

Breaking down barriers and building connections

Session by: Rachel Collum (Researcher and Parent, Northern Neonatal Network Parent Advisory Group), Claire Marcroft (University of Newcastle), Mark Dale (Independent Co-producer, Essex University NHS Foundation Trust)and Karen Turner (Improvement Advisor, Royal Free)

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