MacKay Hannah

Upcoming Webinars

This page lists our forthcoming webinars. Please check back regularly as this page is constantly updated with new webinars and new speakers and themes are added daily.

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Public Services and Public Finances After Coronavirus

This webinar will discuss the implications of the costs of coronavirus for the funding of public bodies and the delivery and quality of public services in the financial environment of ‘new normal’. It will consider possible ways in which having to deliver services differently may affect the cost and viability of service delivery and how that challenge will sit with future funding scenarios.

Thu 28th Jan 2021

Health Services Delivery and Coronavirus: Learning and Sharing Innovation from Public and Private Sector Experiences

This webinar will discuss the implications for health of some of the innovation which has emerged across all industries and sectors in responding to coronavirus.

Tue 2nd Feb 2021

Organisational Leadership and Culture During COVID and Beyond: What have we learned in adapting to virtual?

This webinar will examine how organisations have adapted to the challenges of virtual working during COVID, what has worked in providing leadership and keeping staff engaged, motivated and supported and what has been learned in trying to sustain organisational culture and identity so that the focus remains on serving customers and consumers while protecting the well-being of staff.

Tue 9th Feb 2021

Planning, Place, Housing and Resilient Communities: Making planning choices as though we were going to have to live with them

This webinar will discuss how the planning process can be shaped to deliver place making, achieve sustainability in terms of climate and public health and promote successful economic and transport outcomes. It will also consider issues such as multi-generational living, use of vacant and derelict land, fuel poverty, retrofitting and issues which have emerged in relation to affordable housing in particular during the coronavirus epidemic.

Fri 19th Feb 2021

A Right to Rehabilitation in Scotland: The next step in transforming health and well being

This webinar will discuss the key implications of putting rehabilitation at the core of the strategic shift to personalised, community-based services. It will examine the challenge of giving access to rehabilitation for all when it is needed, the implications for localised workforce development and professional leadership and how health and social care strategy would need to incorporate such a right at the heart of the planning and delivery of integration.

Mon 8th Mar 2021

Rethinking Smart Cities and City Regions After Coronavirus

This webinar will discuss the immediate and long term effects of coronavirus upon our cities and city-regions.

Tue 16th Mar 2021

Resilience, Emergency Planning and Adaptability in the Light of Coronavirus

This webinar will discuss how coronavirus has demonstrated the critical importance of resilience planning and revealed the value of innovation and flexibility in organisation and individual response. It will examine how we are moving from ‘just in time’ to just in case’ planning and what adaptation in this crisis can tell us about how to cope with what comes next in the public and private sectors.

Tue 20th Apr 2021

Scotland’s Public Health: Beyond Coronavirus

This webinar will discuss how coronavirus has impacted upon our thinking about promoting public health, ways in which we can accelerate preventative public health practice more widely and the need to enhance data and intelligence sharing, collaboration and promoting improved services for population health.

Tue 27th Apr 2021

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