NHS Change Model

NHS Change Model

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The NHS Change Model is a framework for change to help NHS commissioners and providers improve how they go about improvement and deliver NHS goals for quality and value through a common language for change.

Building on what we collectively know about successful change the ‘NHS Change Model’ has been developed with hundreds of senior leaders, clinicians, commissioners, providers and improvement activists. They got involved because they recognise that if we want the best outcomes for the people we serve at a time of severe economic challenge, increasing demand, ever developing technology and population growth we need to work in ways that give us the greatest potential for change.

 
The NHS Change Model is a dynamic framework that pulls together everything we know about delivering successful improvement in the NHS. It’s about improving improvement.Created by a wide range of interested people from across the service, the Change Model supports NHS improvers to take a proactive, pragmatic and partnership approach to leading change and transformation.

To help get us all up to speed with the Change Model – how it works and how you can apply it to deliver your improvement plans – a series of free online seminars are planned for the Autumn.

The webinars will be held every fortnight from Friday 7th September from 8.30-9.30am for a number of weeks.  The first will be led by Jim Easton and Helen Bevan who will give their perspective on the Change Model and  what it can do for the NHS. The seminars will be recorded so if you miss any you can catch up at another time.   

To find more about the online seminars and to register for the series follow this link.

The NHS Change Model is a dynamic framework that pulls together everything we know about delivering successful improvement in the NHS. It’s about improving improvement.

Created by a wide range of interested people from across the service, the change model supports NHS improvers to take a proactive, pragmatic and partnership approach to leading change and transformation.

To help get us all up to speed with the change model – how it works and how you can apply it to deliver your improvement plans – a series of free online seminars are planned for the Autumn.

The webinars will be held every fortnight from Friday 7th September from 8.30-9.30am for a number of weeks. The first will be led by Jim Easton and Helen Bevan who will give their perspective on the change model and what it can do for the NHS. The seminars will be recorded so if you miss any you can catch up at another time.

To find more about the online seminars and to register for the series follow this link.

Planned webinars so far include the following although this may change subject to feedback and requests

7 Sept 2012 – Introducing the NHS Change Model – Helen Bevan and Jim Easton Recording Slides

21 Sept 2012 – Creating a shared purpose for transformational change – Helen Bevan Slides
Due to the technical difficulties experienced during this event it will be repeated on 14 December 2012 at 8.30-10.00am

5 Oct 2012 – Bringing the change model to life: application in practice – Janet Williamson Recording Slides

19 Oct 2012 – NHS Leadership Framework and the change model – Karen Lynas Recording Slides

2 Nov 2012 – Energy for change – Helen Bevan and Rosanna Hunt Recording Slides

16 Nov 2012 – Managing polarities – Sophia Christie Recording Slides

30 Nov 2012 – How social movement thinking has influenced the development of the NHS Change Model and strategies for large scale change in the NHS – Helen Bevan Recording Slides Reading list

14 Dec 2012 – Creating a shared purpose for transformational change – Helen Bevan Recording Slides

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What learning can we take from the Government of Saskatchewan on large scale change to inform our work on the NHS Change Model?

Sarah Fraser, Helen Bevan and Steve Fairman reflected on the report Large-System Transformation in Health Care: A Realist Review in the context of the NHS Change Model, leadership for improvement and the NHS strategy to ‘improve improvement’.

The Milbank Quarterly, Vol. 90, No. 3, 2012 (pp. 421–456)

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