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MES Declare

MES Declare Webinar – 20th August

Posted on: 06-08-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite

Harnessing the Power of Patient Experience

Harnessing the Power of Patient Experience

Four years ago, we presented our white paper ‘Making Sense and Making Use of Patient Experience’. In it, we surmised that in some ways the work was still in its infancy: there was no common model applied across the sector and sometimes staff were unclear as to the purpose. We are proud to launch the follow up with ‘Harnessing the Power of Patient Experience’ which continues that exploration into what is required to unlock the benefits.

Posted on: 27-06-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite

The 4 things required from software when improving NHS staff experience

Posted on: 12-06-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite
MES Live Leeds

MES Live – Leeds 2nd July, 2019

Posted on: 11-06-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite
MES Declare

MES Declare User Groups – May 2019

MES Declare User Groups – May 2019

We will be holding four MES Declare user groups this year, in two batches and at different locations around the country. Our first batch will be held this May in London and Leeds, with our second batch taking place in the autumn in Bristol and Birmingham. We will be making use of the offices of our new parent company, Civica, as we look to broaden our geographic presence.

Posted on: 11-04-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite
Challenge 2020

Challenge 2020 Engagement And Experience main speakers announced!

Posted on: 13-03-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite
Uni event

U’n’I Health and Wellbeing

Posted on: 01-03-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite
MES Live

MES Live – Manchester 26th March 2019

Posted on: 27-02-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite

A patient experience problem shared: the power of positivity

Posted on: 21-02-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite

How is the sun shining now on NHS declarations of interest?

How is the sun shining now on NHS declarations of interest?

Two years ago, on 9th February 2017, NHS England issued new guidance on managing conflicts of interest in the NHS. Initially known as the sunshine rule, this followed an investigation in 2015 that found cases and serious risks of corruption in the NHS with regard to the receipt of gifts, hospitality and sponsorship that could unduly influence decisions and awards of contracts.

Posted on: 11-02-2019 by Ruta Sapatkaite