Friday, 21 June 2013

TODAY speaking at nhsgg&c releasing time to carer event Hampden June 21st

With great thanks to Kate Cocozza Lead Nurse Clinical Practice Development nhsgg&c Victoria Infirmary for inviting me to speak at releasing time to care event on June 21st
Releasing time to care is a programme designed to help NHS staff design and spend more time with people whilst in hospital   

The event is to look of the programme and how effective it  has and  can be .I have been asked to speak as a son on how I feel time matters

Releasing Time to Care
“Celebrating Success …. Appreciating Improvement”

This event provides an exciting opportunity for a range of Senior Charge Nurses/Midwives/Team Leaders across NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde to present aspects of their Releasing Time to Care journey showcasing improvements and successes that they, and their teams, have achieved along the way.

In addition to a keynote address from the Chief Executive, there will be an interactive panel discussion and an opportunity to contribute to the sustainability and future direction of RTC in NHSGGC.

The event is aimed at directors, senior managers, nurses, healthcare support workers and Allied Healthcare Professionals and will ultimately raise awareness of how RTC can assist motivated teams to work together to improve the quality of care/services and subsequently improve the care experience for staff, patients, carers and families.

Tommy Whitelaw
Dementia Carers Voices

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