Jim Easton and Helen Bevan Workshop in May

  • Event start: 17 May 2012 12:00am
  • Event end: 18 May 2012 12:00am
  • Location: Wellington

Jim Easton and Helen Bevan Workshop in May 

Following on from their workshop in Sydney, on reducing cost through quality improvement and innovation, the Health Quality & Safety Commission is delighted to announce that Jim Easton and Helen Bevan will be in Wellington on 17 and 18 May. 

  • Jim Easton is UK National Health Service National Director for Improvement and Efficiency, Department of Health.
  • Helen Bevan is Chief of Service Transformation at the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement.

This is a great opportunity for DHB Board members, CEOs, senior managers, chief medical officers and directors of nursing to hear from two world-leading quality and safety experts.

You will leave with ideas and additional insights into a number of topics, including achieving quality improvement in the current financial environment.

Thursday 17 May 2012

Rydges Hotel, Wellington

Time 6.00pm

 

Seminar (dinner included)

Jim Easton as keynote speaker

 

Friday 18 May 2012

Rydges Hotel, Wellington

Time 9.00am – 4.00pm

Workshop

Helen Bevan

 

Registration fee is $350.00 for the whole event (over two days, including the first-night dinner). Please note that the Thursday night seminar and dinner are an important part of the workshop. Click here to register online.

Click here for the programme and flyer.

Jim Easton is National Director for Improvement and Efficiency, NHS Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP), Department of Health.

Jim Easton has been an executive in the English NHS for over 20 years. He has had leadership roles in hospital services, regional management, mental health, service commissioning and policy development. He is responsible for driving measurable improvements in service quality and productivity through the system.

Dr Helen Bevan is Chief of Service Transformation at the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement.

In 2008, Helen was named as one of the 60 most influential people in the history of the NHS and in 2010 was named as one of the top 10 NHS opinion formers.

Helen sees her role as supporting the 1.4 million workforce of the English NHS to accelerate the delivery of world-class health and healthcare by encouraging innovation and developing capability at the frontline of patient care.

Last updated 28/03/2012