B1. Building Successful Engagement in HealthPathways

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Some members of the HealthPathways Community are achieving very high levels of utilisation of HealthPathways. 

  • What strategies are they using? 
  • How can you and your team improve utilisation of your local HealthPathways website? 
  •  How can you take your work programme to a higher level, to position it as a key enabler of change across your local health system? 

 In this session we will challenge, inform, and empower participants to optimise engagement in your HealthPathways website and work programme.

Learning outcomes 

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

  • Describe the key success strategies for optimal utilisation of HealthPathways  
  • Position your HealthPathways work programme as a “system reform enabler”  
  • Describe your role as “leader” in your health system, whatever your position in your HealthPathways team  
  • Use a toolkit of engagement strategies to assist you and your team to influence and manage change - both outwards and upwards 
  • Use the power of the HealthPathways Community to drive and support change in your region

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B2. Sharing the Load: Effective Community and State-wide Collaboration

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The HealthPathways Community is a unique movement of like-minded people collaborating across primary, secondary, and social care. As we move towards Collaborating Globally for Local Impact, this session will focus on how we can leverage our collective expertise and connections to drive more efficient use of HealthPathways and create system redesign opportunities at regional, state, and international levels.  

We will focus on these questions: 

  • What makes the HealthPathways Community unique and what binds us together? 
  • Which core issues would be better influenced and impacted through a combined approach? 
  • How can we effectively utilise regional, national and international collectives to achieve our common goals? 
  • What would a timeline for success look like? 

By the end of conference, our aim is to have developed a clear community direction for effectively leveraging our expertise and unique status in the health and social care environment.

Learning outcomes 

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

  • Describe what makes our community unique and what binds us together 
  • Identify opportunities where a combined approach would be more effective 
  • Contribute to a community-wide strategy to effectively utilise regional, national, and international collaboration

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