A brand new bespoke course for PrescQIPP subscribers on the theory and application of health economics. Through four one hour virtual sessions, participants will learn about the fundamentals of health economics and how modelling can be used to forecast the impact of treatment pathways and interventions, inform commissioning decisions, and build an effective business case.

 

The course is hosted by PrescQIPP and produced and delivered by Boehringer Ingelheim. The content of the course is non-promotional, and the models and business case have no relation to therapeutic areas in which Boehringer Ingelheim has a commercial interest. Contact details of course participants will not be shared with Boehringer Ingelheim. 

For more details about each session and to sign up, click on the sliders for each session below.

Sessions

Bulletin 170 Launched - Heart failure

These resources will support medicines optimisation projects in heart failure including appropriate treatment choices, dose titration and appropriate coding on clinical systems.

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Innovation award winner - Reducing Avoidable Medication Waste in Care Homes across Mid-Notts CCGs – Mansfield and Ashfield CCG - 4th Sept, 1pm - 2pm

On the 4th September 1-2pm, we will be welcoming Sue Bulmer, from Mansfield and Ashfield CCG and Newark and Sherwood CCG to further capture and share their Innovation Award in October 2017 for Reducing Avoidable Medication Waste in Care Homes across Mid-Notts CCGs. Sue will present and share how the initial project came about through working with med reviews in care homes and providing detail of the pilot project which was developed and then rolled out across the Mid-Notts area. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.

All PrescQIPP subscribers can sign up here

 

PrescQIPP welcomes South Lincolnshire CCG and South West Lincolnshire CCG

We're thrilled to welcome South Lincolnshire CCG and South West Lincolnshire to the PrescQIPP community taking us to 202 subscribers.

Skills Training - How to engage and influence clinicians to change practice - Session 3 - 3rd July, 1pm - 2pm

On 3rd July, the final in this series of 3 webinars will consider how we can sustain change and how we can create momentum for change over time. We will recap on our learning from the series and consider how our approach may be adapted and changed in the light of a changing and evolving health service environment to make our approach fit for the future. The presentation will be followed by a Q & A session.

All registered NHS users can sign up here

 

 

Skills Training - How to engage and influence clinicians to change practice - Session 2 - 28th June, 1pm - 2pm

On 28th June, the second in this series of 3 webinars will build on the content of session 1 and will look in detail at the different tools and methods that can be used to influence clinicians to change practice. We will consider influencing at organisational level as well at an individual practitioner level. Tools may range from the use of IT to the role of written communications The presentation will be followed by a Q & A session.

All registered NHS users can sign up here

 

Skills Training - How to engage and influence clinicians to change practice - Session 1 - 19th June, 1pm - 2pm

On 19th June, starts a series of 3 webinars which provides an overview and background to the topic. We will consider the environment in which we are trying to influence and look at what motivates people to change and what the barriers are to change so that we can adapt our approach according to different circumstances. We will then consider briefly the different tools that can be used. The presentation will be followed by a Q & A session.

All registered NHS users can sign up here

 

Horizon scan

The table below is a live list of all of the items currently in development or planned for 2018/19. You can also download this year’s work plan as a PDF.

 Survey_C.pngPrescQIPP Work Plan 2018/19

Please note the work plan is subject to change due to subscriber input so the horizon scan is the most current source of information.

If you would like to register your interest to take part in the stakeholder consultation on any of the items listed and still available please email stakeholder@prescqipp.info