Voluntary & charity sectors share rapid learning from COVID-19

The South West Academic Health Science Network (SW AHSN) has been inviting organisations from across the South West to participate in a rapid cycle learning study during the COVID-19 crisis. Now we are gleaning some of the first insights into effective learning and sharing of knowledge on COVID-19 responses.

Some of the first participants to take part in the new study have come from the local charity and voluntary sectors. We are delighted to share with you some of the first insights on the power of collaboration, co-ordination and dedication from Volunteer Cornwall, Cornwall Voluntary Sector Forum and SNUG.

Click here to download learning highlights from these organisations.

We will continue to publish these materials on our website as more learning cycles shared with us are studied and summarised.

Perhaps you or your team are experiencing an innovative way of working in response to COVID-19, or maybe you’ve spotted a response elsewhere that is working well. Either way, we are keen to hear your stories to help us to synthesise knowledge and best practice for local health and care teams.

We’ve designed an easy five-minute survey to capture what you’ve seen, what’s working well and why. Click here to complete the survey. If you would rather speak with us, to tell us your story over the phone, get in touch with Hollie.Mitchell@swahsn.com to arrange a convenient date and time.

Thank you for your support

The SW AHSN rapid cycle learning team

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