The NHS Transformathon is a free, 24-hour, online, global event bringing together health and care staff and service users to connect, share and learn from each other.
It will showcase the latest innovations, practices and methodologies that will inspire you with ways to make change happen. As it’s a global event, you’ll be able to connect with world-leading change experts and people of different disciplines from across the globe, to share experiences of successes and lessons learnt.
When: Wednesday 27th January 4pm – Thursday 28th January 4pm
Where: Online broadcast – accessible anywhere via your mobile device or computer
How: Login via this NHS Transformathon page
Unable to attend?
All of the sessions will be recorded and available to watch via The Edge after the event.
HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?
- Make sure you register for The Edge, to be first to receive event details as we get closer to 27th January.
- On 27th and 28th January you will be able to join the live event by simply visiting this page and logging in.
- There will be plenty of opportunities for you to interact during the event through discussions via the live chat box, directing questions to the panellists or via Twitter.
- After the event event all of the sessions will be available to view on The Edge.
You’ll need access to a computer with access to the internet and an up-to-date web browser.
If you are using Internet Explorer 10 or below you may find that not all the chat functions will work.
More practical tips about technical requirements and accessibility closer to the event from The Edge.
WHAT WILL THE NHS TRANSFORMATHON COVER?
The event will be made up of 24 hourly sessions. Each session will bring together change leaders, health and care professionals and patients to discuss how they are making changes to improve their local health and care services, and the methods they are using to do this.
We’ll be hearing how patient leadership, co-creation, social media and human centred design are directly improving outcomes for patients. We’re going to find out how working with hierarchies and networks, building platforms for change, and using social media are improving health and care services.
The theme is ‘how is change changing and what does this mean to people working in health and care.’
Running alongside the broadcast there will be a number of live hacks, working to address local issues and develop solutions, with the help of NHS Transformathon’s global community.
This event is for everyone, so that together, through our ideas, methods and actions, patient care can be improved.
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