Explore Virtual Working

We have an exciting opportunity for our colleagues across the South West to experience the new virtual working environment of QUBE, established by Professor Eddie Obeng.

Some of you will have seen, or heard, about Eddie’s recent workshop at the South West Integrated & New Models of Care Conference earlier this year.  QUBE is an online learning and working space, with online facilitators and tools.  You will need an internet connection and a basic headset.

As an introduction to QUBE, there are two opportunities you may be interested in:

1. An open enrolment event on QUBE on Thursday 18 February, 12:30-14:00.  The guest speaker is Peter McCann-Downes, Director of The Magnificent Science Company based in Cornwall.  Peter is a local entrepreneur who has been a keen advocate of connecting people.
To register for FREE and find out more click here – now closed.

2. Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Derek Feeley will be running an online QUBEx on Wednesday 06 April, 14:00-15:30.  QUBEx Health Network supports innovation and collaboration in health and wellbeing.  The initiative was initially launched across Scotland but the network is growing rapidly and now attracts members from across the globe who work in the area of innovation, health and wellbeing, including; health authorities, social care, third sector and the private sector.
To register for FREE and find out more click here

The SW AHSN is keen to support colleagues across the region to collaborate and share learning.  We appreciate how difficult it can be to come together face to face and QUBE may be one solution.  We would be really interested in your feedback if you get the chance to take part in either of these opportunities.

Please email us with comments or feedback info@swahsn.com

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