Thursday, 30 May 2013

Tomorrow Attending NHS Conference at the Crowne Plaza Hotel - Day One 11th of June

The programme focuses on a number of sessions which will provide you with lots of ideas and tools for collaboration and quality improvement in your area of work.

Overview - Day 1: 11 June

08.45 – 09.30
Registration and Refreshments
09.30 – 10.45
Plenary Session 1
Welcome – Pennie Taylor, Chair
Derek Feeley, Director General Health and Social Care and Chief Executive NHSScotland
Professor Jason Leitch, Clinical Director, The Quality Unit, Scottish Government
10.45 – 11.15
Staffed Poster Viewing, Exhibition and Networking
11.15 – 12.30
Special Interest Mini Plenary Session
MP:1 Safety, Collaboration and Spread Across Boundaries
11.15 – 12.30
A: Parallel Session 1
A:1.1 Integration in Action
A:1.2 Zen and the Art of Co-production and Asset-based Approaches
A:1.3 Putting People First in Primary Care
A:1.4 Achieving High Quality, Financially Sustainable Healthcare
A:1.5 A Little Exercise a Day Keeps the Doctor Away
A:1.6 Engaging Patients: The New Blockbuster Drug
S: Event Supporter Satellite Session
S:1 Lead to Succeed
12.30 – 13.30
Staffed Poster Viewing, Exhibition and Networking
13.30 – 14.15               
Plenary Session 2
Early Years
Gerry Marr, Chief Executive, NHS Tayside
Bernadette Malone, Chief Executive, Perth & Kinross Council
14.15 – 15.30
Special Interest Mini Plenary Session
MP:2 Many Voices, One Vision: The 2020 Workforce Vision  
14.15 – 15.30
B: Parallel Session 2
B:2.1 Achieving the 2020 Vision with the Help of the Third Sector   
B:2.2 Putting the Person at the Centre: Would the Esther Approach Work for Scotland?  
B:2.3 Collaborating to Give Every Child the Best Start
B:2.4 Making Collaboration Real
B:2.5 Innovating for Health: Game-changing Solutions
B:2.6 So Just How Effective Are We?         
15.30 – 15.50
Staffed Poster Viewing, Exhibition and Networking
15.50 – 16.50
Plenary Session 3
Maureen Bisognano, President and CEO, IHI

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