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VACANCY: Public Policy Impact Facilitator
Grade 7, Salary (inclusive of London allowance) £32,699–£39,523 per annum; closing date 10 March 2014; Ref 1401763
PUBLIC POLICY MAILING LIST
RESEARCH INFLUENCING POLICY
VIDEO INTRODUCTION – UCL PUBLIC POLICY AND UCL GRAND CHALLENGES
UCL Partners (UCLP) is one of five accredited academic health science systems in the UK. Its purpose is to translate cutting edge research and innovation into measurable health gain for patients and populations.
The work of UCLP is organised around a partnership approach: developing solutions with a wide range of partners spanning universities, NHS Trusts, community care organisations, commissioners, patient groups, industry and government. UCLP works with partners to co-create, test and implement solutions, ultimately embedding these solutions in normal ways of working.
UCLP is organised around clinical programmes, each led by an outstanding clinical leader. In addition, UCLP has a series of cross-cutting support programmes.
UCL PARTNERS CONFERENCE ON DELIVERING VALUE-BASED HEALTHCARE
In February 2012, UCL Partners and the Greater London Authority hosted a meeting for leaders and future leaders of London’s health and social care system. The focus of the session was on value: outcomes achieved for patients per pound spent. The programme included an introduction to value-based health care delivery (VBHCD) from Professor Michael Porter (Harvard), and examples of applying VBHCD: in a large provider organisation with Professor Tom Lee (Partners Community Healthcare, Inc.); and across the stroke pathway in London with Dr Charlie Davie (UCL Partners).
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