FREE QISMET Workshops
FREE QISNet Workshops Spring 2014...
QISNet Spring 2014 FREE Workshop Programme
March 31st, Royal College of Psychiatrists, London 11am till 4pm
"Developing standards for self-management interventions"
Co-hosted by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
This workshop will explore what is needed in terms of minimum standards to ensure interventions are effective, how can these be developed? what might they look like?
April 1st, Royal College of Psychiatrists, London 11am till 4pm
"Developing a common understanding around outcome measures for self-management support"
This workshop will link with an integral webinar on health literacy and other outcome measures led by Professor Richard Osborne. Professor Osborne is a leading figure in the development and use of outcome measures in relation to self-management.
The workshop will look at issues such as how do make sure we are comparing apples with apples? How to reconcile quantitative measures with personal outcomes? Should greater weight be given to evaluation based on personal outcomes?
April 1st FREE Webinar 11.30am till 1pm – Open to all Health literacy and other outcome measures
The webinar will be led by Professor Richard Osborne. Professor Osborne is a leading figure in the development and use of outcome measures in relation to self-management. This event is open to an international audience so early booking is recommended. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
April 7th, The Studio, Birmingham 11am till 4pm.
Ideal for organisations providing Stanford based Programmes (CDSMP, EPP)
This workshop will be led by Jean Thompson of Talking Health Taking Action. Jean was instrumental in the original setting up of EPP in the UK. THTA are the lead training and capacity building organisation for this programme and led on the recent programme update
April 11th, The Studio, Birmingham 11am till 4pm
Getting to ‘market ready’
This FREE workshop is aimed at organisations who are seeking to be commissioned as providers of self management support; are developing their capacity in this area and maybe asking:
• What does a quality service look like?
• What do we need to do to get market ready?
• What are the future opportunities?
This workshop, co-led by Catherine Cross, Chief Executive of Talking Health Taking Action, will cover these issues. Catherine has twenty years’ experience of leading and delivering transformational change programmes for both Central and Local Government including two and a half years as Partnership Director at the London Borough of Harrow. She has developed and delivered complex improvement and change programmes driving service improvement and cost savings and additional value from the council’s investment in technology
Early booking is essential as last year's workshops filled very quickly - to book email email@example.com
**All workshops are FREE to attend and lunch and refreshments are included**
January Thu, 1970 - 12:01 AM
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