05 / 7 / 2013 9.45am
After surveying our workforce QIPP community members and listening to your feedback we are outlining changes to the community and what this will mean for our members.
Launched in May 2012, the Workforce QIPP Community now has over 800 members, with representation from a range of NHS trusts across England. Membership will remain open to all NHS employees .
We found that many of you were unable to attend webinars during office hours due to work load. We have decided to change the way we deliver sessions with experts, we will release podcasts and videos to enable people to access the information at anytime. We will also collect any questions for the experts via the QIPP community forum prior to recording.
Our feedback shows you would like some improvements to be made to the forum. Many of you found it a challenge to navigate around it, which has contributed to low usage of the forum. We have conducted a wider website review and we will be making changes which will include updates to the QIPP community forum.
90 per cent of you credited the ability to share and view resources as your main motivation for joining the forum. We are exploring options on how we can make this easier and expand on the types of resources we host.
Our QIPP community events have proven popular with over 75 per cent of delegates rating them good or very good. We are aiming to hold events in the future, but we will be providing a toolkit so you can hold your own meetings and feedback to the online community.
86 per cent of community members supported opening up the community beyond the QIPP agenda. The community will now focus on workforce transformation issues, which QIPP is a large part of, but it will also include other key NHS workforce issues.
If you have a suggestion on what you would like to see from the Workforce QIPP Community please leave a comment in the discussion forum, under the using the community thread.
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