Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) Workforce Conference
The NHS has a serious workforce crisis. Vacancy rates of 10% or higher are common across the country, as well as across professional groups. This was true before Covid, but post-covid we are seeing record levels of burnout and high numbers exiting the NHS. At the same time the nature of healthcare work is changing. Factors such as the impact of technology, AI, demographics and public expectations all mean our workforce has to change and adapt.
Join the discussion with leaders in the field. Thursday 9 November 2023, RSM in London. Details here.
Automated telemedicine – understanding implementation from senior manager’s perspective
Dora is an automated clinical assistant created by Ufonia. It is designed to improve and streamline care following routine cataract surgery. Interviews of senior managers and clinicians are being undertaken to understand the successes and barriers to implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Reviewing the benefits of rolling out improvements using the CLEAR methodology
This evaluation is funded by Health Educaton England and will review the improvement work to date using the Clinically-Led WorkforcE and Activity Redesign (CLEAR) methodology. The programme of work is being undertaken by Frimley Integrated Care Board region. Planning for the review will commence in September 2023.
Suicide Prevention – learning from improvement projects/programmes
This evaluation is funded by Health Education England (HEE) and will review the improvement work to date around suicide prevention. The programme of work is being undertaken within the BOB ICB (Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, and Berkshire West, Integrated Care Board) region. Planning for the review will commence in September 2023.