Social media has the power to make improvements to an individual’s wellbeing and to the way health services are provided. This is an event to find out how organisations are using social media to make a difference; and to create a community of people in the north west with a shared passion for using social media in this way.
This hands-on, interactive training workshop requires some prior knowledge and experience of standard control charts for attributes and variables. You will learn how to design, use and interpret time-weighted control charts of various types, as well as the Box-Cox transformation for non-Gaussian data, Goldsmith’s Cusum Span test, average run length and average time to signal, Cuscore Statistics and Charts, etc.
Join the WMAHSN at their third annual Economic Summit. This free to attend event will address the opportunities available to healthcare and life sciences organisations and businesses within the West Midlands, in light of the recent economic developments, investigate some of the challenges facing the sector and how you can overcome them to prosper, discuss the WMAHSN’s growth plan and metrics and explore the opportunities to create better health and wealth outcomes.
This hands-on, interactive workshop will give you an awareness and understanding of some of the more important strengths and weaknesses of various statistical graphics tools and methods for data display and analysis. It will help you understand where some of the pitfalls lie and some strategies for avoiding these in many instances and how to choose appropriate techniques.
An ongoing theme at a number of WIN's Open Network events has been the often slow adoption of innovative digital technologies within the public sector. WIN will be holding workshops across the region in order to discuss this issue with all stakeholders, identifying successes and obstacles in relation to issues such as funding, research, design, development and production.
This is a hands-on, interactive training workshop introducing some powerful, modern easy-to-use modern statistical tools for analysing, exploring and displaying both qualitative and quantitative data. The workshop is suitable even for beginners with no more than simple algebra.
The symposium, organised by the MinD project consortium at the University of Wolverhampton, will consider the use of mindfulness in dementia care, and discuss the importance of giving people with dementia and their relatives and carers a voice in research.
This free event from Health Education England will cover supporting Sustainability and Transformation Plans and responding to the workforce challenges. The event will be of particular interest to STP leads, workforce leads and partner organisations involved in delivering integrated services and new models of care.
Part of the Diabetes up close and personalised education programme 2016-2017, this meeting includes discussion and demonstration of injectable therapies in specific groups of patients, led by Dr Winston Crasto.
Hear from NHS providers who are leading the way in using innovations to improve services, patient outcomes and experiences. There will be a chance to see new technology, systems and apps which are transforming the way care is being delivered and which the Innovation Agency is helping to spread in the North West Coast.
This workshop is designed to empower healthcare professional and clinicians alike in understanding basic statistical concepts and methods useful for application in the simpler aspects of clinical research. It will include developing an understanding of different types of data, which may be obtained in such research.