28th January 2005
LAUNCH OF CENTRE FOR HEALTH IMPROVEMENT AND LEADERSHIP
Secretary of the Royal College of Nursing will visit the
Dr Beverly Malone will be the guest of honour at the launch of the Centre for Health Improvement and Leadership in Lincoln (CHILL).
CHILL is a unique national centre bringing together such areas as management, leadership, workforce development, service improvement, health practice and information and communication technology (ICT).
partnership between a number of bodies including the
It will offer taught postgraduate courses, continuing professional development (CPD) programmes, conferences and workshops, short courses and research and consultancy.
The launch event will begin at 11.30am on Monday 31st January with registration and refreshments and Dr Malone will give a presentation at 12 noon entitled ‘Person-centred care: Putting aside traditional boundaries in favour of putting patients first’.
buffet lunch at 1pm the official launch of CHILL will take place at 1.30pm and a
discussion of health and social care initiatives in
launch will take place in the newly constructed, dedicated CHILL suite on the
third floor of the
Professor Mike Saks, who has been coordinating the establishment of CHILL as Pro Vice Chancellor at the University of Lincoln, said: ‘CHILL is an exciting partnership development that will address leading-edge agendas of change and innovation in health and social care locally, nationally and internationally.’
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