The Learning Matters Challenge!
Just four weeks left to identify innovative people and creative ideas that are transforming healthcare in the North West through asset based approaches.
Learning Matters is a new, regional learning campaign and awards programme led by Voluntary Sector North West (VSNW) - the voluntary sector network for the region. Learning Matters is delivered in partnership with Health Education England (HEE) working across the North West- the workforce development arm of the NHS.
VSNW is looking to recognise and celebrate innovative examples of asset based community development in any healthcare context as part of their commitment to Learning Matters. The Learning Matters campaign partnership straddles the public, private and third sector bringing healthcare people together. It is all about working better together by effectively sharing knowledge and increasing understanding of what works and why.
VSNW is particularly keen to hear about projects and key people who are unlocking talent in our communities. This might include:
- activity which spotlights prevention and self-management agendas through peer support and mentoring; or by creatively promoting health coaching
- shifting power, to patients and the public, by the provision of better information and advice
- activity with a commitment to reduce health inequality and deliver social value
- harnessing or creating digital opportunities.
Warren Escadale, Chief Executive of VSNW, said: “In this category, we’re particularly interested in how nominees are supporting and empowering community-led activity, with the potential to drive health improvement.”
Can you help VSNW to identify key people and key activity which is making a difference to healthcare in the North West so we can tell this story, learn from it and inspire others. Your healthcare stories can be told using any relevant Learning Matters award nomination category See: https://www.vsnw.org.uk/nw-health-awards-2017 Nominations are open until 12 noon on 10 April. So we need you to nominate now!