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Past Events


Improving Staff Experience

  • December 6th - 14:30-00:00
  • Venue: Robens Suite, Guys

This workshop aims to explore opportunities to improve staff experience by:

• Exploring latest thinking and current challenges of improving staff experience
• Learn about what other organisations are doing
• Understand energy and behaviours in teams
• Start to understand your own experience.

Back Pain Forum

  • November 16th - 13:00-16:00
  • Venue: Minerva House, London

The MSK team at the HIN (ASHN South London) invite you to our fourth BACK PAIN FORUM . This event follows on from our previous Back Pain forums which identified an interest in a regular in-person information sharing forum. We will be showcasing local back pain initiatives and feedback from the the recent national clinical network meeting looking at how to implement the Back Pain Radicular Pathway.

Health CEOs’ Club Dinner

  • October 11th - 18:00-21:00
  • Venue: Chiswell Street Dining Rooms

We look forward to an excellent evening with colleagues and do hope you will be able to join us. Places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To be eligible to join the Health CEOs' Club or attend one of our dinners, you must be a current, or former Chief Executive Officer (or equivalent eg: Chief Officer) in Healthcare.

ESCAPE-pain Trainer Information Day

  • August 30th - 09:30-16:00
  • Venue: Health Innovation Network, SE1 9BB

Thank you for expressing interest in becoming a trainer to deliver the ESCAPE-pain course to clinicians.
We will be holding an open house style information day at the Health Innovation Network on 30th August for those that are interested in becoming trainers. We will be in meeting room 1 all day, ready to answer your questions and ask some of our own.

Pressure Ulcer Community of Practice

  • August 18th - 10:00-13:00
  • Venue: Minerva House, London

Between the years of 2011-2012, pressure ulcers made up the largest proportion of patient safety reports - a total of 19% of all incidents.