The Surrey Heartlands Academy curates a wide programme of events, including:
Held eight times a year, these bring clinical work streams together to work collaboratively to address issues, facilitate training and development and to be supported in setting clinical outcomes.
Bringing partners and stakeholders together to build long term, productive relationships. These events also showcase both local and national best practice and innovation, and explore important topics. Recent topics have included Quality Improvement, Population Health Management, Leadership and Cardiovascular Disease.
Bringing together data analysts for a series of three events to help decision-makers make better informed choices. The data teams Integrate layers of data from different parts of the local health and care system to create displays of information, called data visualisations. These are then use to see how specific groups of citizens can be identified and targeted for health and care improvement. The first Hackathon was for Cardiovascular disease; the second, for Primary Care Homes, and the first covered Children’s Services. Further information be found in the evaluation of the project.
The Surrey Heartlands expo conference brought together the best of industry and health and social care to discuss how to drive innovation through transformation work and to showcase improvement and innovation across Surrey Heartlands. More than 300 people attended the event at Sandown Park and a series of follow-up events took place to move this work forward.