Thursday, 30 May 2013

Thank you national person centred Health and Care Improvement Collaborative conference

With thanks to Shaun Mayer for inviting me to a speak briefly at the event below on day one  and attend day 2

Thank you all for a wonderful conference you can get feedback on twitter via #pcic2

You can get more details below and at the link bottom of page 

Aim of the event

The aim of this two day learning session is to bring people together from a variety of backgrounds to listen, observe and share learning around the values, behaviours and approaches that will help us to ensure that people are always at the centre of their health and care.

We will share examples of:

-Testing improvement in person-centredness at the point of care

- Leadership that enables person-centred care
- A comprehensive system that enables the voice of the people who use services to be heard in real-time and drive improvement. 
- Improvement methods to support testing of person-centred approaches so that people always have the opportunity to personalise their experience
- A simple measurement framework for person-centred care and a tool to support measurement and T b
esting for local teams

As a participant you will then take this knowledge back with you and begin to test improvements that will help you to continue on your journey to further develop person-centred practice.

This is a learning session in which all participants must come ready to connect and engage with other teams and participants. Over the two days the national team will provide the support, tools and space necessary for the participants to fully engage. It must be recognised that participants should be prepared to leave with a strong and clear plan for testing improvements on return to their own care context.

Who should participate?

Participants are invited to attend from across statutory health and social care as well as the third sector.  In addition in the spirit of co-design and co-production we would ask you to invite people with first hand experience of services to join us as we continue on our improvement journey.
We'll be delighted to see those teams who joined us for Learning Session 1 but also any new teams who are inspired to drive change and in particular from across all health and care sectors.
We will be delighted to have registration from staff across all levels in the NHS in Scotland, Local Authority and third sector organisations.
Each NHS Board area has a Person Centred Programme Manager for this work and they will coordinate attendance to ensure team representation so please make efforts to ensure that they are aware of your participation.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for leaving a comment at the tommyontour blog. Your comment will be moderated and published very soon.

My mums name was Joan ,my Mum Had Dementia - our Story 9 Short Films

Tommy’s speech, providing a carer’s perspective,  on the theme of “ No – one ever asked   ” highlighted the transformational impact that ...