This one day mini-conference is aimed at health and care practitioners and will explore applying operational research to health services (ORAHS). The day will focus on the practical application of operational research and the difference it can make, which is a priority for many local sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs).
The mini-conference is being held as part of the 43rd annual meeting of the EURO Working Group on Operational Research Applied to Health Services (ORAHS 2017), organised by the University of Bath.
National and international experts will review examples of local initiatives and cutting edge applications of operational research and analytics.
Health and care practitioners and industry representatives will take part in a day with the emphasis on practical relevance and impact.
The day includes: