Salzburg Global Seminar are hosting ‘Session 565 – Better Healthcare: How do we learn about improvement?’ running from the 10th to 15th of July 2016.

The mission of Salzburg Global Seminar is to challenge current and future leaders to solve issues of global concern. They do this by designing, facilitating and hosting international strategic convening and multi-year programs to tackle systems challenges critical for the next generation. Salzburg Global Seminar works with carefully chosen partners to drive social change in the areas of imagination, sustainability, and justice. Salzburg Global connects the most talented people and the most innovative ideas, challenging governments, institutions and individuals at all stages of development and all sectors to rethink their relationships and identify shared interests and goals ( 2016).

Dr Julie Reed, Deputy Director and Academic Lead from NIHR CLAHRC NWL, is one of the selected individuals that will be running a case study workshop and facilitating a session at this year’s seminar.


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