Please join us for a series of six engaging and refreshing morning sessions to discover and develop a regional model for health and social care research and innovation.
A Living Lab is space where people can come together to discover, develop and deploy innovative ideas. These workshops will give you a chance to learn the techniques and develop a common understanding of what research, innovation and improvement means in health and social care.
Participants who commit to these six sessions will:
- develop more meaningful relationships with collaborative partners across sectors
- gain clarity about research and innovation pathways in person-centred care systems
- experience what being part of a Living Lab actually feels like as a collaborator
- contribute to the design of an authentic, coordinated Living Lab model for North Wales
We’re inviting a broad mix of people and roles. It is important that the group includes people who are in a position to take forward the learnings and actions in their respective organisations. We envisage participants from across health and social care and from different settings – so this could be senior academics, network leaders, directors or senior managers in health/social care, health care practitioners, social care practitioners and more.
To express an interest please email Ffion.Davies@denbighshire.gov.uk with your job title and organisation by Thursday 29 October.