Training and Events

The training and events programme has been designed to support the development of staff in intelligence functions in the Midlands, alongside a wider cohort of analysts and decision-makers working in health and care organisations in each system.

Training and events are delivered through structured development programmes, short courses and a series of events – including INSIGHT, our annual festival of learning and sharing – REGISTER for INSIGHT 2022 HERE! (and see last year’s recordings here).  The training programme is grouped into four key themes:

  • Improving decision-making practice – providing system leaders with practical tools & techniques for making better, more analytically-informed decisions
  • Strengthening analytical capability – building technical skills to undertake high-quality strategic analysis
  • Developing analytical leaders – fostering the skills analysts need to work more closely and effectively with decision-makers
  • Moving beyond the numbers – ensuring decisions are informed by findings from a range of disciplines

We also share information on a range of topics in the fortnightly Midlands Analyst Network Huddlesclick here to request to join the Midlands Analyst Network – we welcome new members!  And see the other communities of practice (CoP) for details of how to get involved with the Knowledge Mobilisation and Evaluation CoPs.

See the 22/23 Prospectus:  Training & Development Prospectus 22-23

For more information, please contact: Programme Lead: Professor Mohammed A Mohammed

or Programme Manager: Rachel Caswell

The tiles below have further details of the courses in the Prospectus, including links to application forms.

 

"We need to inspire analysts across the NHS, value their input, ask them what questions we should be asking and seek their thoughts on how we can maximise the benefit of their work." Read @andrzeio's latest piece in @HSJnews: https://www.hsj.co.uk/workforce/how-to-make-sure-good-analysts-really-can-save-more-lives-than-a-good-anaesthetist/7031417.article

#insight2022 Programme is out TODAY! Register now to be sent the programme directly. Fantastic line up! Click the link: https://bit.ly/3SOVTWx
@Strategy_Unit @economics_unit @apha_analysts @AnalystX_ @MLCSU @BolaOwolabi8

There is still time to Register for: the MDSN Session- Fake news
Friday 30th September 10 am
Ever wondered what is meant by Fake news? What is it? Where does it come from? How do I recognise it?
Delivered by Patricia Lacey from @Strategy_Unit
Open to all!
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/free-training-session-fake-news-tickets-379802799397?aff=estw&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-medium=discovery&utm-source=tw&utm-term=listing

Continuing our work on uncovering and analysing #HealthInequalities, we're proud to present our work with @IpsosUK helping to understand patients' thoughts on @NHSUHCW's innovative approach to #WaitingLists
https://www.strategyunitwm.nhs.uk/news/helping-icss-reduce-inequalities-access-planned-care

#insight2022 programme will be out this week!! Register now to be sent the programme directly. Click the link to register 👉http://shorturl.at/cmBGH

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Fake news

One hour webinar. Dates available: 30/09/22 (10:00-11:00)

NHS-R Community introduction to R and R Studio

Two half-days. Dates: 04/10/22 and 05/10/22; 10/01/23 and 11/01/23; 16/03/22 and 17/03/23

Theory of Constraints for Patient Flow Course

1 day course. Date /s available: 11/10/2022

Introduction to RMarkdown

Two half-days. Dates: 18/10/22 and 19/10/22; 06/02/23 and 07/02/23; 04/04/23 and 05/02/23

Economics and Evaluation

Dates: 25/10/2022, 03/11/2022, 10/11/2022, 17/11/2022 and 24/11/2022