Our next North West Allied Health Professions (AHP) Network Event ‘Doing things differently - transforming health and care' will take place on Tuesday 12th July 2016 at 9:00am – 4:00pm at the Bolton Whites Hotel, Macron Stadium, Bolton.
This free* one day conference will focus on the knowledge, skills, values and behaviours that AHPs at all levels need in order to play an active part in transforming services and care pathways across the health and care system.
Confirmed speakers at the event include:
- Shelagh Morris, Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions’ Officer
- Kirstine Farrer, Head of Innovation and Research, NHS Salford Clinical Commissioning Group
- Annie Coppel, Implementation Consultant - North West, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
- Lindsey Darley, Divisional Care Director, Division of Integrated and Community Services, The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
- Be updated on current NHS priorities around change and transformation, particularly for AHPs.
- Have an opportunity to take time away from the pressures of day-to-day work to learn about and discuss different approaches to improving and transforming health and care, and why it is a priority for the NHS.
- Explore the ‘how’ in terms of a range of tools and techniques to help you do things differently in health and care.
- Hear about examples of quality improvement and service transformation from services in the North West.
- Gain an understanding of the importance of sharing innovative practice and service development and how this supports transformation of health and care.
- Welcome - Norah Flood, Chair, North West AHP Network
- Future care: AHPs transforming health and care - Shelagh Morris OBE, Deputy Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, NHS England
- Clinical and strategic innovation: Salford’s story - Kirstine Farrer, Head of Innovation and Research, Salford CCG and Consultant Dietitian, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
- Collaborating with patients to transform services - Penny Roberts, Service-user Member, NHS England Improving Rehabilitation Services Delivery Board
- Supporting teams to embed Shared Decision Making using a tailored approach – Rachel Bryers, Programme Manager – Shared Decision Making, Advancing Quality Alliance (AQuA)
- Local journey of quality improvement and transformation – Lindsey Darley, Divisional Care Director – Division of Integrated and Community Services, The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
- Carter Review: AHPs operational productivity – Rosalind Campbell, AHP Lead – Workforce Efficiency, Department of Health
- Distributed leadership: The role of networks in transforming health and care - Sue Louth, North West AHP Workforce Lead, Health Education England
- Summary and closing remarks - Norah Flood, Chair, North West AHP Network
- Relection and action planning form
*North West AHP Network events are free to attend for Allied Health Professionals working for publically funded health and care services in the North West of England. Please contact us for more information if you work in other regions or sectors.