NHS Employers will be hosting a week dedicated to streamlining in the NHS during 1–5 April 2019. The week will showcase a variety of initiatives and learning, with the aim of educating, sharing good practice and inspiring other organisations to review their recruitment and induction processes to increase efficiency and improve the experience of staff as they move around the NHS. We will also share some examples of streamlining principles being used to support system working.
We will be launching various resources throughout the week, along with key stakeholders such as ESR, NHS Improvement and NHS Jobs which will promote the benefits of streamlining and support your streamlining journey.
We will be tweeting throughout the week and would like you to get involved and tell your streamlining journeys by using #NHSstreamlining.
Timetable of activities
Day 1 - National streamlining programme and resources
Hear from our national streamlining groups on how they bring together regional programmes to share, learn and influence nationally to support regional programmes. Find out more information.
Day 2 - Regional streamlining activities
We will be looking at the experiences of regional streamlining programmes and will hear from streamlining programme managers from regional sustainability and transformation partnership (STPs) on their experiences of working on streamlining. Learn more.
Day 3 - Electronic Staff Record (ESR)
Learn how ESR supports the national streamlining programme and how you can use ESR functionality to make efficiencies, reduce duplication and save valuable time. Find out more information.
Day 4 - National doctors in training streamlining programme
NHS Improvement and Health Education England will discuss the national doctors in training streamlining programme. Learn more.
Day 5 - The benefits of streamlining
Our final day of NHS streamlining week will highlight some of the efficiencies that have been made in the North West and also across a number of NHS organisations. Find out more information.
If you would like to get involved with developing content to contribute to streamlining week then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t forget to share your streamlining stories on Twitter using the hashtag #NHSstreamlining. You may also want to follow accounts @NHSEmployers, @NHS_Engagement, @NHSESR, @NHS_HealthEdEng and @NHSImprovement.