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Insight 2022

November 21 - December 2

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Our friends at the Midlands Decision Support Network in association with The Strategy Unit are hosting INSIGHT 2022 – the annual festival of learning and sharing events for the NHS, local government and other partners across health and care.

Taking place from 21 November to 02 December 2022 the festival includes a mixture of talks, workshops and panel discussions, bringing together inspirational regional and national speakers to explore how insights from high quality analysis can drive change in health and care systems.

The theme of Insight 2022 is “The science and craft of decision making”.

Decision-making is a core task of leadership, but one which is often under-examined – the programme will explore what high-quality decision-making looks like and how staff across health and care can make the best use of the analysis available to them.

Sessions will be delivered virtually. The festival is open to everyone working in health and care and every session is free.

Attendees can commit as little or as much time as they’d like. Most of the sessions will be recorded so you can fit them into your schedule in a way that suits you.

The Health Economics Unit will be attending sessions and we’ll be presenting too with speakers including Lisa Cummins, Jack Ettinger, Sophie Hodges, Andi Orlowski and David Sgorbati.

We’ll be sharing the virtual stage with  Nigel Edwards (Chief Executive, The Nuffield Trust), Alastair McLellan (Editor, HSJ), Sarah Scobie (Deputy Director of Research, The Nuffield Trust), Charles Tallack, (Director of Data Analytics, The Health Foundation), Steven Wyatt (Head of Policy and Research, Strategy Unit and Chief Analyst for the Midlands Decision Support Network)  and Sir David Dalton (Governor, The Health Foundation).

We look forward to seeing you there!

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