2 Sep 2016 | Building Leadership & Capability
‘Variation: the good, the bad and the inexplicable’ was the topic of the latest Open Forum: International Speaker Series event held in Wellington on 30 August 2016.
Videos and presentations from the event are available to view below.
Karakia and welcome from the tangata whenua
Formal welcome and introductions
Kaumatua Peter Jackson, Te Āti Awa
Dr Janice Wilson, chief executive, Health Quality & Safety Commission
|1:10pm||Variation: the good, the bad and the inexplicable||Sir Andrew Dillon, chief executive, NICE|
|1:45pm||Engaging clinicians in understanding and acting on warranted and unwarranted variation||Prof Anne Duggan, Medical Advisor, Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care and Chair of the Commission's Australian Atlas of Healthcare Variation Advisory Group||Engaging clinicians in understanding and acting on warranted and unwarranted variation|
|2:50pm||New Zealand Atlas of Healthcare Variation||Catherine Gerard, Evaluation Manager, Health Quality & Safety Commission||Atlas of Healthcare Variation|
|3:10pm||Understanding clinical variation and using it to enhance peer-led quality improvement at sub-DHB level – a 25-year journey at Pegasus Health||Prof Les Toop, Chair, Pegasus Health||Managing variation in Meso-level networks|
|3:30pm||A consumer challenge on variation||John Hannifin, Consumer Health Chair, MidCentral DHB||The good, the bad and the inexplicable|
|3:50pm||Question and answer session||Prof Anne Duggan with panel of speakers|
|4:30pm||Summary and close|