Care England confirms annual conference speaker line-up


Posted on October 5th, by geoff in CT Extra. Comments Off on Care England confirms annual conference speaker line-up

Caring Times, October 2017

The speaker line-up has been finalised for the Care England 2017 conference & exhibition, ‘Shaping Tomorrow’, at Church House, Westminster, on Thursday, 16 November.

The programme will begin with a presentation on ‘Sustainable & transformed care using the NHSmail and the IG Toolkit’ to be delivered by Keith Strahan, NHS Digital, principle relationship manager, social care. Then William Roberts, care home lead, NHS New Care Models Programme, who will cover the Airedale Telehealth Vanguard and its benefits for social care.

Tim Griffiths, assistant director, Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership, will give an update on the progress of ‘Devo Manc’, the Health & Social Care Integration Pilot in Manchester. And finally an international perspective will be delivered by Sue Jauncey, the founder of Pulse Australasia. Her presentation, ‘Culture Change. Learning from the World’, will highlight ways in which care providers can realise and harness the capability of their teams and further improve the quality of care.

Care England chief executive Professor Martin Green said the programme was relevant to all forward looking care providers.

“There are many challenges facing the social care sector, but adopting a positive attitude to change and embracing new technological advances can help to ensure the future of quality care,” said Prof. Green.





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