Sessions will take place online over five days (9am to 5pm GMT) with a chance to work through a challenge or change area. This is your chance to focus in, learn and get support. All participants will receive a certificate for completing the full week.
Develop your knowledge in health service transformation
We have brought together thinking and expertise from across the Bevan Commission into a concentrated format to enable an intensive learning experience. We will start with an introduction to the policy and practice context understanding the dynamics and key players involved and alongside the practical considerations of how co-production and tested approaches can be used to achieve change. Using a mix of presentations, discussion panels, virtual on-site visits and practical case studies and activities, you will learn about the current and future context for health and social care and the innovation potential and ecosystems. Working through core topics such as transformational leadership, behavioural and communication sciences, and wider opportunities to influence decisions.
Experience facilitated discussion sessions and coaching from recognised experts
The week will be delivered online through facilitated live sessions, as well as individual and group activities. If you are joining as a team, you will get a choice to work together or to work separately with others to get a fresh perspective. There will be panels, leaders, tutors, lecturers, coaches, and facilitators available to work alongside you.
At the start and end of each day, there will be a chance to check in and receive support on your own case scenario. Best of all, you will get your own space and time to accelerate your thinking towards the solutions and how best to take them forward in the near and distant future.
Apply shared expertise and your own learning to your own situation
As a future transformational leader, you will also have an opportunity to explore the leadership challenges further engaging directly with senior international leaders and the Bevan Commissioners. Exposure to different care settings and approaches will help challenge assumptions and traditional thinking in order to create a sustained impact.
This rich learning environment will provide a test bed to nurture and develop new ideas and solutions by actively working through the case scenario you bring along as well as the wider barriers you may face and facilitators you can utilise.