During the week, he’ll be highlighting particular areas of work; sharing his thoughts on the major issues facing primary care and inviting you to join in some topical and important conversations online.
It’s going to be a busy week for Paul – among his weekly activities, he’s involved in an event to support NHS Wales leadership teams to implement the Welsh Government Plan for Primary Care on 22 January. So we’re looking forward to getting Paul’s perspective on the presentations and discussions.
So, from Monday to Friday, Paul will be tweeting from @1000LivesPlus and will take you through his week, sharing his observations, thoughts and some links to some useful and helpful resources. Watch Paul share his thoughts on prudent healthcare here.
The main aim of ‘My Working Week’ is to connect colleagues throughout NHS Wales around the important issues – to share perspectives and insights and support greater connections and collaborative working.
In true PDSA style, we’re testing ‘My Working Week’ as we would like to involve more colleagues in Wales – and perhaps further afield – to add to and develop conversations already taking place on social media about healthcare improvement-related issues.
So do keep an eye out for Paul’s tweets next week and take part by tweeting, retweeting and sharing – we think it’s going to be an interesting week!
Andrew Cooper is Communications Manager for the 1000 Lives Improvement service in Public Health Wales.
Want to hear more from Paul? Take a look at his blogs for us here.
Get involved with #MyWorkingWeek by following @1000LivesPlus on twitter and joining the conversation.