Co-author Prof Tom Ling will share insights, lessons and challenges from RAND Europe’s pre-evaluation of the communities of practice (CoPs) developed by the Health Innovation Network (HIN; South London Academic Health Science Network) .
HIN’s Associate Clinical Director in the Patient Safety Team and co-convener of the Medicines Optimisation CoP, Cleo Butterworth, will also share their journey since the report – the challenges and opportunities. Cleo also leads HIN’s work to develop CoPs in practice.
The report includes outcomes and benefits of CoPs; how can CoPs be sustained?; which problems are CoPs most suited to address?; CoPs maturity model; CoPs Theory of Change; CoPs are not sufficient and much more.
The HIN’s CoPs – launched in 2015 – include: medicines safety; maternity; duty of candour; medicines optimisation; sepsis; acute deterioration; and delirium.
After their ‘impressive’ progress so far, can they make the next steps to achieve change and demonstrate value?
** Please register ** to receive your login details for the call: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/c2e6795576db1f967510d14dfea9e911
This meeting is organised by Q’s ‘Communities of Practice’ special interest group. Join it here: https://q.health.org.uk/community/groups/communities-of-practice/ (open to all; no need to be a Q member).
Read the HIN CoPs pre-evaluation report here: https://www.rand.org/content/dam/rand/pubs/research_reports/RR1800/RR1821/RAND_RR1821.pdf