Writing an Evidence-Based Business Case
Writing an Evidence-Based Business Case is a training programme that gives healthcare professionals the confidence to try new and creative approaches to writing business cases.
At Salford Professional Development, we deliver this course to healthcare professionals across a range of disciplines – from midwives and physiotherapists to radiographers and more.
Don’t miss out on this unique chance to build on your skillset, with a CPD course that will truly benefit your career, and your workplace.
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This introductory practice-related study day is designed to give those in the healthcare profession the confidence to try new and creative approaches to the writing of an evidence-based business case.
Study day philosophy asserts that multi professional learning can take place effectively when those from different professional backgrounds learn together. The content of the learning is common, but the application of the learning is contextualised by the individual to meet professional, personal and service needs.
This introductory study day on developing business cases is aimed at all healthcare professionals including nurses, midwives, physiotherapists, radiographers and healthcare scientists.
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By attending the Writing an Evidence-Based Business Case CPD training programme you will be able to:
- Explore the evidence-based business case in the context of effective patient and/or service improvement
- Discover key components of the business case
- Explore some methods of evaluation to support the business case
- Learn about the ways of increasing chances of success in getting your business case approved
- Understand how to identify and influence key decision-makers in relation to your business case
- Engage in debate with like-minded individuals to discuss ideas and to problem solve
- Discuss the challenges and opportunities with working in healthcare organisations and the impact on service and patient outcomes
- Develop key skills to lead service improvement and make quality improvements in clinical and healthcare services through securing the right resources