Socials of the Week 10 October, 2022
Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of Socials of the week, brought to you by NHS Horizons.
I’m Anisah Majothi a Project Officer at Horizons and this week I’ve gathered some of NHS Horizons top picks from social media from the world of improvement across health and care. This is your one stop shop for improvement news, wellbeing gems and marvellous musings that will make you think!
There’s also a compilation of posts that show the range of projects the team supports as well as some useful nuggets to brighten your day.
In this article you’ll see updates on The School For Change Agents, new work opportunities for Lived Experience partners, Persona workshops, community building, narrowing MSK health inequalities, how we can learn from middle managers and so much more!
I hope you enjoy this week’s edition, happy reading!
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The School for Change Agents!
Sharpen your pencils, pack your rucksack and find your tie, because School is back! Yes, you heard that right …The School for Change Agents is returning on 7th November!
The School is aimed at anyone who works in health and care, at whatever level and whether they are in a clinical or non-clinical role – although it is open to everyone and all are welcome. The School offers the opportunity to take their desire to see change happen and make it a reality.
The #S4CA has 5 modules:
- Change starts with me
- Using power to make a difference
- Using stories to create change
- Making sense of complexity
Click here to find out more and sign up to the School. We can’t wait to see you there!
We are so thrilled to see all of the love for the #S4CA! It is amazing to see that people are already spreading the word …
On Monday last week, the NHS Horizons team had a fantastic team day and took part in some team building exercises. Thank you @NinaJaspalCNP for sharing this wonderful tweet! Take a look at the sketchnote and have a look at what you can do to build a fab team too!
On Wednesday, some of the NHS Horizons team facilitated a meeting on community nurse personas.
This was an opportunity for the group to discuss and develop typical patient personas and also focus on the brilliant work that community nurses do!
If you’re interested in finding out more, please do contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The NHS Horizons team is looking to recruit four lived experience partners to help support our work. If you’d like to find out more about this fantastic opportunity, please click on the link in the tweet below and apply today!
Top picks from the world of improvement
The next #StartWithPeople event will be taking place on 24th November! If you’re interested in learning how to improve engagement with people and communities be sure to attend. Details for the event can be found in the tweet below.
If you’re interested in finding out ways to narrow MSK inequalities and ensure everyone receives quality healthcare, read @BolaOwalabi’s blog in @WeAreARMA’s October newsletter. You can access the newsletter by clicking on the link in the tweet below!
Would you like to learn more about clinical safety?
Read the ‘Essentials of Digital Clinical Safety’ guide in the tweet below to find out more and build your skills in this area!
In the post below, we have more wisdom shared by non-other than @HelenBevan. See the 6 most important skills to successfully lead from the middle of a system! You can read more on this by clicking on the link in the post below.
A common issue with organisations is that different teams are usually working towards the same goal, how do we avoid duplicating efforts for the same results?
Find out how to build a bridge between Organisational Development teams and Learning and Development teams in this helpful blog shared by @HelenBevan in the tweet below.
To start the week off, we will leave you with this wonderful graphic from @Sonia_Sparkles that highlights a very important point. This is why initiatives such as #SolvingTogether are so important for us to hear from not only those delivering care services but also those who are receiving care!
Thank you for reading this week’s edition of Socials of the Week. We hope you have a wonderful rest of your week!
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