The conference programme has been designed by the Great Ormond Street Learning and Development team to inform and entertain attendees with common L&D challenges, regardless of their sector or organisation. The focus of the sessions will be practical advice and case study insights, as well as a look at a wide variety of tools and technologies.
Some of the highlights will include:
- ‘How do we get healthcare experience in a Tin Can’ delivered by Fiona Leteney, BUPA
- ‘Right training, right person, right time’ by Nick Lee, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
- ‘Using mobiles and tablets for learning’ by Andy Nock, Quintiles Pharmaceutical
- ‘The whole 100: 70:20:10’ revealed by Michelle Parry-Slater of Kairos
- ‘Discover new technology for an easier way to create content’ by Gill Chester, Little Man Project
Donald H Taylor will be chairing the event at the Institute of Healthcare in London for over 100 attendees, providing a unique and cost effective opportunity for learning, discussion and networking.
Fittingly, the event is being supported by the learning and development community with a growing list of vendors and learning technology providers ready to showcase their latest innovations through a mix of interactive demonstrations and a small, hands-on exhibition area.
The Great Ormond Street Hospital Learning Innovations Conference (GOSHLIC 2015) is the leading learning and development conference and exhibition for the NHS and healthcare marketplace. The event is run under the auspices of Great Ormond Street Hospital at the UCL Institute. It is a key part of the Great Ormond Learning and development (GOLD) initiative designed to encourage and broadcast new and exciting ways of learning within the NHS, other healthcare environments and broader sectors and organisations. Key to this initiative is the opportunity to enable L&D professionals to keep up with relevant learning initiatives and train to use the best new learning tools.