When
Day:
Thursday
Date:
09 February 2023
Time:
09:30 - 10:30
Duration:
1 hour
Prices
Members:
Free
Non-members:
£99.00
Where
MS Teams
Online video conferencing

In this one hour webinar we will help you answer two important questions.  Have the recent changes I've made to my service made a difference?  How can I track the impact of a proposed change?  It will introduce you to the 7 steps to measurement.  Follow these 7 steps to ensure that you are measuring the right things in the right way.  The webinar will cover:
• Choosing the right measures
• Getting data you can trust
• Understanding the two types of variation present in your data
• Making smarter decisions based on your data


This webinar is for those wanting help to get started with measurement.  It covers similar ground to the material in our webinar ‘Introduction to QI 2: Measuring Change’.  It will act as a refresher for those who are more experienced.  If you are looking to become more proficient in the 7 steps, try our longer Measurement for Improvement virtual workshop.

Lead facilitator

Mike Davidge  

Mike Davidge retired from the UK National Health Service in August 2017 which he originally joined in 1979 from the manufacturing industry. In the early 1980's he was jointly responsible for creating the first national performance indicators in England and between 1986 and 1992 pioneered reduced waiting times in England and Wales. He became the Analysis Director for the NHS Modernisation Agency in 2001 and left the MA in February 2005 to take up a role as Director of Analysis & Modelling within the Leeds health economy. He became Head of Measurement at the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement in 2009 until its closure in March 2013 when he obtained a post of Director with NHS Elect. He was also Senior Improvement Advisor for the 1000 Lives team in NHS Wales from 2008-2013 and then Head of Improvement Methodology in its successor, 1000 Lives Improvement until August 2015. He set up his own private company, M and L Partnership Ltd, in September 2012 to pursue invitations for work that were outside the scope of his NHS employment. He currently has clients in England, Wales, Scandinavia and Australasia.

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