As the pandemic progresses international, national, and regional attention is turning to focus on living with Covid-19, the ‘new normal’; and restarting of business and usual work.
The acceleration of change and innovation within health and care as a result of the pandemic response has created important conversations about what needs to to stop/start/continue in the future. Our tweetchat on Monday 18th May, as part of our ongoing Covid-19 series, will focus on creating lasting change as a result of the pandemic, hosted by @NaomiMcVey.
We are going to use the recent blog from Ian Burbidge and the RSA on How to create real, lasting change during and after Covid-19 to structure discussions.
Here’s how the get the most out of this tweetchat:
- Read the RSA blog above in advance – including the link to the slide deck at the end.
- Share it with your peers and colleagues and use the questions below to help reflect and plan for the chat.
- Think about this in relation to you as an individual and person – work, home, family and leisure, as well as your service and organisation.
Questions ahead of the tweetchat:
- What work or activities have you or your service stopped as a result of the pandemic that you do not plan to re-start? (obsolete activity).
- What activities have you or your service stopped that need to be re-started? How will they need to be restarted, and what might be the longer term impact of the pause? (paused activity).
- What temporary arrangements have you or your service put in place that won’t become part of the new normal, but that you will need to learn from? (temporary measures).
- What changes have you or your service started that you want to keep? (innovative measures).
- How do we capture the important lessons learned so far?
- What leadership skills, values and behaviours do we all need to help make some the above happen?
- How to create real, lasting change during and after Covid-19
- The path from crisis
- The psychological needs of healthcare staff as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic
If you missed the chat you can catch up here