In our May Round Up, we share with you news on our next Community Catch Up and reflect on the recent International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare.
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COMMUNITY CATCH UP: Our Second JobPlan Catch Up
The date is set. The second Community catch up about all things Allocate JobPlan will be taking place on Tuesday 6th June 2023.
During this session:
- Tom Bird and Alex Martin, Customer Success Specialists, who will delve into recent ‘hot topics’ around team and annualised job planning.
- Hannah Kitchen, JobPlan Product Specialist, will share an update to product and introduce you to the upcoming focus groups.
- Sean Emery, Service Desk Team Leader, will give an update on recent improvements that have been made in how we support you with JobPlan.
- Lucy Bell, Learning & Development Educator, will share all available job planning content on the Academy that is for you to use.
CATCH UP: Job Planning in Scotland
Our Customer Success and Product teams recently had a catch up with the organisations across Scotland, about all things job planning.
It was great to see so many people join and chat in an open forum. Hannah Kitchen, Product Specialist for Allocate JobPlan, shared updates on new features and the roadmap, while members of different organisations shared good practices and queries with each other, to help drive an improved adoption of job planning in Scotland.
We look forward to catching up with you again soon.
INSIGHTS: Reflections from BMJ
In May, members of our team we fortunate enough to attend BMJ’s International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare, taking place in Copenhagen. We heard from some amazing speakers and we came away with some fantastic insights and learnings from critical topics discussed, including equity, sustainability, well-being and learning from adverse events.
INSIGHTS: Reflections from BMJ
In May, members of our team were fortunate enough to attend BMJ’s International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare, taking place in Copenhagen. We heard from some amazing speakers and we came away with some fantastic insights and learnings from critical topics discussed, including equity, sustainability, well-being and learning from adverse events.
Dr Darren Kilroy, RLDatix’s Medical Director, shares his reflections:
”It was satisfying to catch up with clinicians at the Forum who, although not there to discuss workforce necessarily, were very happy to chat about their current workforce positions, problems and needs, across both organisations that use Allocate Optima and those who don’t.Dr Darren KilroyMedical Director - International
It gave me food for thought about how we at RLDatix can maximise the power and scope of the medics solutions we offer. “Simplicity” came across as a very important ask from clinicians I spoke to. They want quick and simple solutions to commonplace issues – scheduling, rostering, appraisal, etc. Less is more in the already busy world for medics and something we strive to continue instilling into everything we do.
Discover more of our key takeaways over on LinkedIn: