Rapid evaluation in health care 2020

The Nuffield Trust and Health Foundation, in collaboration with RSET and BRACE, are holding an event to explore what good practice in a rapid, rigorous evaluation looks like as well as share lessons learnt from recent and on-going evaluations.

Summit

Start date: 30/01/2020 | 8:50

End date: 30/01/2020 | 16:30

Hallam Conference Centre
44 Hallam Street, London
W1W 6JJ

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    Morning plenary

    8:50am
    Registration and refreshments
    9:20am
    Welcome and opening remarks
    Chair: John Appleby Director of Research and Chief Economist, Nuffield Trust
    9:30am
    Opening plenary session: How do rapid evaluations influence policy and practice in health care?
    Chair: Sarah Scobie Deputy Director of Research, Nuffield Trust Speaker: Prof Martin Vernon National Clinical Director for Older People and Person Centred Integrated Care, NHS England Speaker: Philippa Darnton Associate Director, Insight, Wessex Academic Health Science Network Speaker: Dr Natasha Phillips Chief Nursing Informatics Officer, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
    11:00am - 11:25am
    Morning refreshments and networking

    Morning breakout sessions

    11:30am - 12:15pm
    Breakout session 1: Designing a rapid quantitative evaluation - a practical guide
    Chair: Arne Wolters Acting Head of the Improvement Analytics Unit, The Health Foundation Speaker: Therese Lloyd Senior Statistician, Improvement Analytics Unit, The Health Foundation Speaker: Emma Vestesson Data Analyst, Improvement Analytics Unit, Health Foundation
    11:30am - 12:15pm
    Breakout session 2: Governance processes for rapid evaluation - principles, problems and preferences
    Chair: Sarah Scobie Deputy Director of Research, Nuffield Trust Speaker: Prof Katherine Checkland Professor of Health Policy & Primary Care, University of Manchester Speaker: Dr Manbinder Sidhu Research Fellow, BRACE Rapid Evaluation Centre, University of Birmingham Speaker: Dr Paul Mills Research Regulation Specialist, Health Research Authority
    11:30am - 12:15pm
    Breakout session 3: How can health economic evaluation be undertaken rapidly?
    Chair: John Appleby Director of Research and Chief Economist, Nuffield Trust Speaker: Prof Steve Morris RAND Professor of Health Services Research, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge Speaker: Dr Wayne Smith Health Economic Lead, Imperial College Health Partners Speaker: Yasmin Baker Digital First North West London Programme Manager, North West London Collaboration of CCGs
    12:20pm
    Plenary: Broadening participation and engagement in community and clinical settings
    Chair: Dr Naomi Fulop Professor of Health Care Organisation & Management, University College London Speaker: Dr Duncan Wagstaff NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, University College London Hospitals Surgical Outcomes Research Centre Speaker: Becky Seale Founder, Coaching Communities
    1:05pm - 1:55pm
    Lunch and networking

    Afternoon breakout sessions

    2:00pm - 2:45pm
    Breakout session 4: Rapid qualitative evaluation to inform decision making
    2:00pm - 2:45pm
    Breakout session 5: Counterfactual - benefits and challenges
    Chair: Arne Wolters Acting Head of the Improvement Analytics Unit, The Health Foundation Speaker: Julia Shen Research Degree Student in Public Health and Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Speaker: Stefano Conti Senior Statistician, NHS England Speaker: Paul Seamer Analytics Manager, The Strategy Unit, NHS Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit
    2:00pm - 2:45pm
    Breakout Session 6: Evaluations of national programmes using mixed methods
    2:45pm - 3:00pm
    Tea/coffee break

    Closing plenary

    3:00pm
    Closing plenary: Challenges and opportunities for rapid evaluation in the post digital era
    Speaker: Arne Wolters Acting Head of the Improvement Analytics Unit, The Health Foundation Speaker: Dr Henry Potts Associate Professor, UCL Institute of Health Informatics Speaker: Anna Quigley Head of Health and Social Care Research and Evaluation, Ipsos MORI Speaker: Christina Farrow Innovation Senior Manager, NHS England and NHS Improvement
    4:30pm
    Closing remarks