Information - Leeds - 19 October 2011

The material received by the Inquiry and evidence heard in the hearings have raised wider questions about the use of information in the NHS.  Key themes include how information is used to underpin high quality healthcare, ensure patient safety, improve individual clinical practice and support Board members in carrying out their functions.

Information - agenda for the day

Speakers and attendees

Highlights and summary of the day:

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Background papers and interviews

The key speakers have provided the following papers and presentations for their sessions on the day.  Interviews with the speakers are also available through the links below.

Robin Burgess

- paper - how can information be better used within the NHS?

- presentation

Professor Martin Elliot

- paper - the role of information in ensuring quality and patient safety - some personal reflections

- presentation

Dr David Rosser

- paper - the role of information in ensuring quality and patient safety

- presentation

In addition, Professor Sir Muir Gray has provided the following background paper, which will be covered in the discussion.

Professor Sir Muir Gray - the benefits of knowledge management

Presentation based on Sir Muir's paper