2nd International Symposium on Healthcare Improvement and Innovation
Date: Wednesday 29 June to Thursday 30 June, 2016.
Venue: Monash University Prato Centre, Prato (near Florence), Tuscany, Italy
Theme: Healthcare System of the Future: Achieving System-Wide Collaboration for Innovation
We are pleased to announce the keynote speaker for this year's symposium is Dr Helen Bevan, Chief Service Transformation Officer, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement. She will also be a convenor at this year's ECR and Doctoral workshop.
The second International symposium on healthcare improvement and innovation builds on the success of a previous symposium and workshops (the first on healthcare improvement and innovation held in 2014, a workshop on innovations in health delivery and management held in 2013, and a workshop on lean in healthcare held in 2011). This symposium provides an avenue for international healthcare professionals, researchers, and academics to network, share, discuss, and learn about the latest issues relating to healthcare improvement and innovation. Some of the issues include:
- Sector citizenship
- Integrating health and social care systems
- Sharing health information across organisational and occupational boundaries
- Co-design and building partnerships and collaboration
If you are interested in delivering a presentation at the symposium, we welcome you to submit an extended abstract (1000 to 1500 words) for consideration. Please visit Call for Extended Abstracts page for more information.
The symposium will include special sessions organised by Newcastle University (UK) ('Health Heresies'), the Warwick-Monash Healthcare Alliance ('Innovation & Redesign'), and panel discussion on the Victorian (Australia) redesign journey.
Preceding Workshop for Early Career Healthcare Researchers and Doctoral Candidates
Date: Tuesday 28 June, 2016
Special sessions for Early Career Researchers and Doctoral Candidates will be held on Tuesday 28th June, commencing 13:00, and on Thursday 30th June. For further information about ECR and Doctoral Workshop sessions, please see the Symposium Program.
If you have registered as an ECR or Doctoral Student and have yet to be notified by email of the program details please contact:
Assistant Professor Charlotte Croft, Warwick Business School: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Prue Burns, Monash Business School: email@example.com