Workshops and Seminars

The Management in Medicine Programme run a new series of Saturday workshops and Monday evening seminars each academic year. Forthcoming events can be found on this page. These are all currently being held via Zoom.

If you would like to join our mailing list please email naomi.benson@gtc.ox.ac.uk.

Forthcoming events

Leading during uncertainty

Saturday 27 February 2021, 10:00-13:00
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Speakers: Dr Oscar Lyons, Mary Fenwick and Oscar Mathew.

Leadership often requires us to respond to uncertainty in ways that help our teams to work effectively and to achieve our goals for our patients. In this interactive session we will introduce some tools to help you consciously choose how to lead and support your teams during uncertainty. We will explore:

  • Dysfunctional momentum
  • Communication recalibration
  • Team resilience and shared adversity
  • Value-based decision-making
  • Prioritisation.

Recognising, understanding and managing conflict between patients and health professionals

Monday 8 March 2021, 18:45-20:15
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Speaker: Oscar Mathew is a qualified barrister and mediator, and Director of The Medical Mediation Foundation. Oscar has a background in regulatory and public law. Prior to his work with The Medical Mediation Foundation, Oscar was a senior legal adviser to the GMC, overseeing judicial reviews and statutory appellate work in the High Court, and had conduct of the Supreme Court case of Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board [2015] UKSC 11, one of the most significant medical law cases in the last 25 years.

Economics and the NHS – where is the value in that?

Saturday 8 May 2021, time tbc
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Speaker: Jacque Mallender, international health and public policy economist and health evaluation practitioner

Is there enough money? Are we using resources well? Are we able to help those who most need it? How can we secure funds for improvement? Health and care professionals face these difficult questions on a daily basis. They know that the answers can have a direct impact on health outcomes, the experience of care for patients and staff, and ensuring that limited funds are stretched as far as possible. Can economics help to answer some of these questions? During the seminar Jacque explores the economic paradigm of the NHS, and how economics can help grow value through cycles of improvement.

People, not workforce

Saturday 22 May 2021, am, time tbc
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Speaker: John Drew

Update from the USA: How to innovate during a pandemic and other management lessons

Monday 7 June 2021, 18:45-20:15
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Speaker: Professor Timothy Hoff, Visiting Associate Fellow of Green Templeton College; Professor of Management Health Systems and Health Policy, D’Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University.

This seminar will focus on analysing several key innovation strategies health care organisations in the United States pursued in response to challenges and opportunities caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  These strategies include transforming access to care for patient populations, integration of technology into health care work flows, redefining health care workflows, and reimagining the needs and preferences of patients for their care.  Specific lessons for health care managers will be identified and discussed.  In addition, the seminar will also speculate on what the embrace of health care innovation means individually for enhancing managerial competencies and personal development moving forward.

Contact

All enquiries about the Management in Medicine Programme should be addressed to:

Naomi Benson
naomi.benson@gtc.ox.ac.uk
Academic Projects Administrator
Green Templeton College
Woodstock Road
Oxford
OX2 6HG

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