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Rapid Cycle Learning

Measuring and evaluating to improve and sustain activity.

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Overview

Unlocking change through learning  


Insights to support resilient health and care  


Facilitating discussions to support development  

Detailed Programme Information

During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, we developed rapid cycle learning to measure and evaluate in specific situations, and draw out actions to improve and sustain activity. 

During 2020/2021, we led 5 COVID-19 rapid cycle learning projects across the region. This insight gathered to date indicates that there are eight conditions that have most frequently facilitated rapid change during lockdown. Individually and combined, these provide useful insight for ongoing efforts to make our health and care system more resilient. 

If you have an evaluation project in mind that you are looking to progress or you are interested in arranging bespoke training for your organisation, please contact Lynnette Chapman.

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