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Tweets of the Week 13 August, 2021

The Horizons team features many influential Twitter users. This curates a wealth of insights, knowledge, and information about transformation in health and care from other thought leaders across the world. (Tip: to read an article or watch a video mentioned in a tweet, click on the blue text. To view the original tweet, click on the image).   


The #ImprovementMethodOlympics are in their second week, and we're currently in the quarter finals! You can find each day's poll in Helen's pinned tweet. There's a wealth of information about each tool, method, and methodology in each round to help you make an informed choice, as well as learn about things you might not have known about before! Thank you to everyone who has contributed additional resources - and to everyone who is taking part.

It's great to see people taking part are learning new knowledge:

We're really enjoying reading people reasons for their votes: 

...and we're enjoying seeing people put that learning into action!

...and we love this graphic illustrating the quarter final between PDSA and the 5 Whys; many taking part found choosing between these particularly challenging.


The August #Caring4NHSPeople session was held this week; it focused on supporting the mental health and wellbeing of our people. If you missed the session - or would like to watch it again! - the recording and slides are available here.

Virtual Collaboration

Interested in how team and organisational culture is affected by the collaboration methods we use? @rosielhunt  @WMonaghanHealth and our colleague Tom have written a blog with their thoughts. Here's what we make of 'asynchronous collaboration':


Are you trying to enable the spread and adoption of innovation and improvement? These 7 interconnected principles will help you, they are explained in this short video.  


Leigh is missing the #OlympicGames and loves this graphic showing some things they taught us: