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Alumni Seminars: Integrated Care

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LSBU Alumni Seminars

Together, our ideas create solutions

Where are the gaps in patient care and how can NHS work with others to fill them? – Neil Churchill

Join us for the first event in the Alumni Seminar series with Neil Churchill (MBA, 2001) Director for Patient Experience at NHS England, where he discusses matters around integrated care. This interactive and results-driven seminar is for you to contribute to, and uncover the solutions to, his pressing question.

Neil will provide a detailed exploration of the issues around integrated care and you will have the space to discuss and brainstorm with your peers to find the best solutions.

Sharing your knowledge will continue into the networking session where there will be an opportunity to build professional relationships and connections while you take away key learnings and ideas.

About Neil:

Dr Neil Churchill leads improvement on non-clinical aspects of quality. His brief includes NHS England’s Commitments to Carers, improving experience for people with cancer, working with users of learning disability services to improve quality, enhancing staff experience and learning from complaints and whistle-blower’s.

Neil joined NHS England in 2013 after a 25-year career in the voluntary sector at organisations including Barnardo’s, Age Concern, Crisis and Asthma UK.

On the evening:

17:30 - Registration opens

18:00 - Seminar starts

18:35 - Table discussions

18:55 - Q&A/feedback

19:20 - Food/networking

20:00 - Close

The Alumni Seminar series:

Neil Churchill (MBA, 2001) - Director of Patient Experience for the NHS
24 April - 6pm
Theme: Integrated Care
Where are the gaps in patient care and how can NHS work with others to fill them?

Register above

Ruth Oshikanlu (Community Healthcare – Health Visiting, 2006) – Pregnancy mind-set expert
15 May - 6pm
Theme: Alternative maternity care
With cuts to the NHS how can we better support new mothers?

Register

David Mark (Business Studies, 1994) – Co-Founder of Hello Daisy
29 May - 6pm
Theme: Technology and Healthcare
How do we help old people adopt new technology?

Register

Check out other events happening in LSBU in honour of the NHS 70th year anniversary.


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