• 4th June, Belfast: Response, Recovery and Resilience

    The conference will focus on how Health and Social Care Organisations cope when things go wrong. Those who may be faced with managing the response to serious adverse incidents will hear case studies, personal experiences and lessons learnt from those who have been involved in outbreaks of disease and find out how even a single case may highlight the need to change systems.

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  • Eleven Behaviours of Quality Management

    The Eleven Behaviours have been developed for managers of all levels.They outline knowledge, skills and behaviours required to deliver high quality, efficient and effective care, and to lead and manage effectively within a health and social care setting.

    View the Eleven Behaviours here>

  • Post Graduate Certificate in Health Service Leadership

    A new programme designed to enable individuals to gain an in-depth understanding of the key principles and practice of leadership in a health and social care setting and develop the skills and knowledge needed to be a proactive, supportive and resilient leader.

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  • Compassionate Commercial Skills Resources

    The Compassionate Commercial Skills project focuses on how developing a culture of compassionate care extends to the commercial realities of the commissioning.

    As part of the project, a set free resources have been designed to develop skills to improve practice in the commissioning cycle and to meet current agendas and policies in relation to commissioning.

    Find out more about the project and how to access the resources>

  • Helpful Apps for Healthcare Managers

    A selection of over 40 free apps for mobile devices which may be of benefit to Health and Social Care Managers.

    It is a personal selection compiled by John Hunt IHM Companion, Development manager & coach who has used the criteria that apps should be free, useful, helpful and easy to use to select them. 

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Upcoming Events

  • Networking event: Lanarkshire

    This is the third in an exciting new series of IHM Scotland Regional Network Events and will deal with the challenges and opportunities of: Integration and New Relationships

    1 May 2014

  • Dealing with Conflict Assertively

    In our working lives we are often confronted with individuals who exhibit negative behaviours towards us.

    9 May 2014

  • Response, Recovery and Resilience - How Health and Social Care Organisations cope when things go wrong

    How to deal with serious and major incidents is something with which every health and social care manager and clinical leader must be familiar. Often these incidents will have a high profile in the media and may lead to public concern about a service. This may filter through to patients and families and in turn lead to anxiety for them, and place added pressure and stress on staff across an organisation.

    4 June 2014

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Latest News

  • Change has to be accelerated says Monitor

    The NHS must accelerate the pace and scale of change in the way health is delivered in England if it is to seize the opportunity to significantly improve care for patients, according to Monitor.

    14 April 2014

  • Call for new health and care settlement

    A new settlement is needed to meet the needs of 21st century patients and service users as the current health and social care systems are no longer fit for purpose, an interim report from an independent commission set up by The King’s Fund has concluded.

    14 April 2014

  • Hospital experiences improving

    The results of a national survey of hospital patients suggest that there has been an improvement in the experience people in hospital compared to a year ago.

    14 April 2014

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