A huge thank you to all who came to INSIGHT 2022 our annual festival of learning and sharing events for the NHS, local government and other partners across health and care. We are overwhelmed with the level of interest and enthusiasm – helping to grow this community of people who care about analytics, about evidence and about quality decision making.
There were 5,500 registrations for what was a fascinating line up of events – expert speakers from health and care and beyond – all with a passion for high quality decision making and ‘the science and craft of decision making’.
We hope you enjoyed the festival and if you missed any events, most recording are now available – the links in the table below.
We had some wonderful feedback! And we would be hugely grateful if you could complete this short survey about your experience of INSIGHT 2022. We strive to make INSIGHT better and better each year – and it’s all for you so please help us!
‘Thank you so much for an amazing session and for leading such an important and perhaps landmark study’ (Losing Women NEW REPORT – menopause and the NHS workforce)
‘Thank you this session was brilliant and inspiring’ (Discussion with Professor Bola Owolabi on health inequalities)
‘Thank you for this. As others have said, very inspiring! Worked in Public Health related roles for 15+yrs and to hear people at exec level talking about health inequalities in a way I’ve not experienced before – gives me a lot of hope.’ (Discussion with Professor Bola Owolabi on health inequalities)
‘This has been superb, thank you’ (Smarter decision making for your population)
Click below for more information and to access the recordings
Event name and speakers
Day 1, ICSs working together to be intelligence-led organisations: lessons from history
Speakers: Nigel Edwards, Sue Ibbotson, Pete Jackson, Ali Loftus-Hills. Hosted by Simon Bourne
Day 2, Understanding the links between delayed discharges and hospital congestion
Speaker: Eric Wolstenholme. Hosted by Stacey Croft
Day 2, How the science of systems thinking can support the craft of wise decision making – A GP practice case study
Speaker: Dennis Sherwood. Hosted by Stacey Croft
Day 2, Lessons for the NHS from high-stakes decision making
Speakers: Dr Julian Huppert, Dr Gemma Bowsher, Dr Jonny Hynes, Dr Chris Adcock and Karen Daber DL
Day 3, Decision-making in the 21st century NHS – how does it really work?
Speakers: Sir David Nicholson and Alistair McLellan
Day 3, Population Health Management: how systems work together
Speakers: Andi Orlowski and Sally Markwell
Day 4, Smarter decision-making for your population
Speakers: Jason Pickles, David Sgorbati, Abraham George, Wes Baker. Hosted by Andi Orlowski
Day 4, The future of healthcare analytics. What do analysts need to be able to advance and what do they need like a hole in the head?
Speakers: Sarah Scobie, Charles Tallack and Steven Wyatt. Hosted by Peter Spilsbury
Day 5, The big decisions that have affected data and analytics
Speakers: Nick Carding and Andi Orlowski
Day 5, If we are to reduce health inequalities, what decisions are needed and how should they be made?
Speaker: Dr Bola Owolabi. Hosted by Abeda Mulla
Day 6, Losing Women NEW REPORT – menopause and the NHS workforce
Speakers: Karen Bradley, Abeda Mulla, Justine Wiltshire, Lisa Cummins, Jacqui McBurnie and Liz Miller
Day 6, How do you know if you’ve made an ethical decision?
Speaker: Professor Angie Hobbs. Hosted by Fraser Battye
Day 7, The new health and care system – what does better decision-making look like?
Speakers: Amanda Sullivan, Toby Sanders and Shane Devlin. Hosted by Simon Bourne
Day 7, Smarter decision making for your ICS
Speakers: Richard Mendelsohn, Jack Ettinger and Lesley Terry. Hosted by Andi Orlowski and Wayne Smith
Day 8, How can you be Evidently better when making decisions?
Speakers: Ben Marshall and Mike Lawrie
Day 8, Insights from decision-making practice
Speaker: Sarah-Jane Marsh. Hosted by Karen Bradley
Day 9, Sir David Dalton: How do you get the desired results from your decision-making?
Speaker: Sir David Dalton. Hosted by Mahmoda Begum