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Service Reviews and Needs Assessment Training

4 July 2012 (1030-1530) ? (Venue TBC) Cardiff

Delivered by Dr Rob Atenstaedt, Dr Michael Thomas, Siobhan Jones, and Professor Rhiannon Tudor Edwards

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the day, delegates will have an understanding of the principles, terminology and methodology for conducting service reviews and needs assessments, including a health economics perspective and should be able to:

  • Develop a framework for reviewing a service delivery
  • Conduct a literature review
  • Identify evidence of best practice
  • Conduct a healthcare needs assessment drawing on epidemiological, corporate and comparative information
  • Use this information to identify problems and produce a strategy aimed at delivering change
  • Act as a source of advice to current local planning

The event is relevant for:

  • Public health consultants and specialists
  • Specialty Registrars
  • Public health practitioners and managers
  • Local authority and health board colleagues

How to apply:

  • Complete and return a registration form to register
  • The event is free to attend (Failure to attend without 48 hours notice will result in an administration fee of £45 per delegate)
  • Places will be allocated on a ?first come first served? basis

Before the event:
On receipt of registration forms individuals will be sent an email to confirm their place and joining instructions will be provided .

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