Productive Work Groups: Revealing opportunities for pathway development and leading change

Room: 

Concert Hall, Newcastle City Hall

Date and time:

  • 8:30 am, Wednesday 16 May

Facilitators:

  • Dr Graham McGeoch, Chief Clinical Editor, HealthPathways Community and Clinical Leader, Canterbury HealthPathways
  • Dr Michael Ardagh, Clinical Lead, Canterbury Hospital HealthPathways
  • Dr Lucinda Whiteley, Clinical Leader, Canterbury Initiative, Senior Clinical Editor, HealthInfo, and Clinical Editor, Canterbury Community HealthPathways

Suitable for:

  • All delegates*

Getting groups of clinicians from across your health system together to discuss the care of their patients is a powerful tool for relationship building and pathway improvement.

In this session we will discuss the why, when, what, who, and how of work groups.

We will explore in depth:

  • Which pathway development moments a work group would add the most value to 
  • What and who are required to plan, run, and action the outcomes from the work group 
  • What are the best tips and tricks to use when facilitating work groups 
  • How to use a comprehensive team approach to achieving change 
  • Where work groups fit into the localisation of pathways

At the end of this session you will be able to:

  • Identify the roles that are needed to lead and run an effective work group
  • Explain the role of a work group in the HealthPathways programme
  • Explain the use of a work group for health care re-design
  • Prepare for a work group session
  • Describe the art of running a work group
  • Facilitate a productive work group
  • Implement the actions from a work group, HealthPathways and other tasks

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Efficient Pathway Collaboration: Within your team, with your lead writer, with other clinical editors, and across the HealthPathways Community

Room: 

Concert Hall, Newcastle City Hall

Date and time:

  • 10:30 am, Wednesday 16 May

Facilitators:

  • Dr Hilton Koppe, Clinical Editor, Mid and North Coast HealthPathways
  • Dr Louise Delaney, Clinical Editor, Illawarra Shoalhaven HealthPathways, NSW Regional Group Clinical Advisor, and HealthPathways National Clinical Advisor (Australia)

Suitable for:

  • All delegates*

In this session we will participate in an interactive discussion about collaborating effectively within your team, with your lead writer, with clinical editors from other regions, and within the HealthPathways Community.

The session will cover:

  • Tools and processes to develop collaboration opportunities
  • Considerations of a lead region pathway
  • Clinical editor meetings
  • Lead region pathways
  • Benefits of collaboration

Learning outcomes

At the end of this session you will be able to:

  • Collaborate within your HealthPathways team
  • Collaborate with your lead writer
  • Collaborate with clinical editors from other regions 
  • Share challenges and opportunities with the HealthPathways Community

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Interactive Conference Discussion

Room: 

Concert Hall, Newcastle City Hall

Date and time:

  • 11:00 am, Wednesday 16 May

Suitable for:

  • All delegates

In this session the whole conference will participate in an interactive discussion, during which you will have an opportunity to ask questions of all the conference presenters and workshop facilitators.

Bring along your questions, or tweet them ahead of time to @1HealthPathways using the hashtag #HPCON2018 

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