We hold two sets of events each year approximately six months apart. These allow current and prospective users of our services to discuss use of the systems, aspects of running rotas and what improvements should be considered for future development.

  • Autumn 2019 event

    Our Autumn 2019 will be held in London at Farmers and Fletchers, a short walk from Barbican station, on Friday 04 October

    The focus for the day will be collaboration between departments, and with central teams. The Rotamap team will give a number of talks throughout the day, including exploring new and upcoming features.

  • Spring 2019 event

    Our spring 2019 event was held at the Royal Society of Arts in London on the 22 March 2019.

    The event featured talks from three guest speakers including Jos de Blok, CEO and founder of Buurtzorg, as we focused on the subject of balancing organisational structure with departmental flexibility.

  • Winter 2018 TDR Update Event

    Our Winter 2018 TDR event provided a forum for implementation co-ordinators at Trusts rolling out Trustwide Doctor Rostering (TDR) projects and other interested parties to share ideas about effective rollout strategies and to provide feedback on our proposed system developments.

  • Autumn 2018 event

    Our September 2018 event was a training day held on Friday 28 September 2018 at the Stanley Building in Central London.

    The theme of the event was "operational effectiveness" with three guest and seven Rotamap presentations.

  • Spring 2018 event

    The March 2018 Rotamap event was held on 23 March 2018 at the RSA in central London.

    The theme of the event was improving information flow.

  • Autumn 2017 event

    Our autumn event was held on 5 October at The Library of Birmingham and had the theme of "situational awareness".

  • Spring 2017 event

    The March 2017 Rotamap event was held on 24 March 2017 at the RSA in central London.

    The theme of the event was Improving Performance and enabling teams to better work together.

  • Autumn 2016: Edinburgh

    The second of our two Autumn events was held on 6 October 2016 at Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh.

  • Autumn 2016: Birmingham

    The first of two Autumn events was held on 29 September 2016 at The Library in Birmingham.

  • Spring 2016 event

    The March 2016 Rotamap event was held on 18 March 2016 at the RSA in central London.

  • Autumn 2015 events

    In the autumn of 2015 we held a series of smaller, regional events for CLWRota and Medirota. They were held in Bristol, Manchester and Newcastle.

  • Spring 2015 event

    The March 2015 Rotamap event was for both CLWRota for anaesthetists and Medirota for surgeons and medics. The event took take place on Friday 20 March 2015 at the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) in central London.

  • September 2014 Forum

    The 2014 Forum was held on Friday 19 September at King's Place in central London.

    The event included presentations on making the best use of data to help the department improve and use of flexible sessions as well as the latest cross-departmental benchmarking data.

  • March 2014 Training & Management Day

    The 2014 Training & Management Day took place on 20th March 2014 at Kings' Place in Central London, and was attended by over 100 existing and prospective clients comprising of consultant anaesthetists, managers and administrators. The day was split into two parts: a training session in the morning and an afternoon session devoted largely to management-related issues.

  • September 2013 Forum

    The 2013 Forum was held on 19 September 2013 in the Battlebridge Room at King's Place, close to the King's Cross and St. Pancras stations in central London.

    The event included presentations from several external speakers, talks from the Rotamap team and the presentation of the latest benchmark reports.

  • March 2013 Training & Management Day

    The 2013 March Management & Training Day took place on 21st of March 2013at the canal-side Battlebridge Room at King's Place, close to King's Cross station.

    The event was attended by close to 90 managers, clinical office holders and senior administrators who wished to learn more about CLWRota and the team's plans for improving both its operational and management functions.

  • September 2012 Forum

    The 2012 Forum was held on 13 September 2012 in the main auditorium at the Wellcome Collection in central London.

    Two external speakers, Dr Will Wight from the RVI in Newcastle and Stewart Nisbet from Lewisham, spoke about different aspects of using CLWRota and how they managed department performance.

  • March 2012 Training & Management Day

    At the 2012 March Management & Training Day the CLWRota team presented several graphs showing both individual department and cross-departmental activity. The main focus of analysis data was cross-departmental benchmarks which incorporated data from 26 departments which have used the CLWRota anaesthetics rota management system for at least 12 months.

  • September 2011 Forum

    The 2011 Forum was held in London on the 14th of September at the Wellcome Trust. The focus of this year's event was department productivity and reports.

  • March 2011 Training & Management Event

    In 2011 we held our first Training and Management event. The event was held at De Vere Venues West One on Portland Place in London. The Management event was our first attempt at collating and presenting benchmark data on departments using CLWRota.

  • September 2010 Forum

    The 2010 Forum was held at the Wellcome Trust in Central London, with around 55 attendees from 30 departments. The event brought together existing and potential future users of CLWRota to discuss anaesthetics rotas in general and the CLWRota system in particular.

  • September 2009 Forum

    Around 45 attendees attended the 2009 forum on the 17th of September 2009 at the Design Centre in Central London.

    Speakers at the forum focussed on the effectiveness of the system and gave insights about training aspects of the system. The genesis of the system was also discussed, and we also had a theoretical discussion on how services organisations can improve their operations.