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Health Talks – Helen Bevan Recap

3 Comments   |   ksmith   |   Mar 27, 2012

Protecting Dementia Patients
Part of a series recapping Health Talks: Bold Ideas to Transform Health Care. Ten inspiring speakers, comprising a blend of health care providers and the public, used the Pecha Kucha-powered 20 x 20 format (20 slides, 20 seconds each) to answer our question: What are your hopes for a better health care system?

Helen Bevan is chief of service transformation at the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement – a government body that supports 1.3 million staff to accelerate the delivery of world-class health and health care by encouraging innovation and developing capability at the frontline of patient care. Helen has led and supported initiatives that have created improvements for millions of patients. Her specialist interests are in large-scale change approaches to improvement and mobilising and organising for improvement.

Helen’s health care hope is fewer dementia patients on antipsychotic medication.

Graphic Illustration
Graphic facilitator Avril Orloff transformed the Health Talks speakers’ words into brilliant illustrations. Her visual interpretations, which she steadily sketched beside the audience on a giant posterboard, captured compelling moments of each presentation over many different topics. Helen’s graphic is displayed on the left.

Presentation File
Click here to view and download Helen’s presentation file on QualityForum.ca using SlideShare.

More Health Talks Recaps
Click on a name below to read that person’s Health Talk recap.

Back row L to R: Shimi Kang, John Gilbert, Leslie Varley, Steven Lewis, Diane Roberts, Derek Weiss
Front row L to R: Doug Cochrane, Helen Bevan, Alissa Sadler, Damon Ramsey, Aidan Scott

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