BHR Collaborative Learning Conference - Learn Together, Work Together, Care...
Learn Together, Work Together, Care Together.
You are welcomed to the first ever Barking & Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge (BHR) Health & Social Care Collaborative Learning Conference.
This event is an opportunity to meet other people who work in the health or social care sector in BHR, and to launch BHR CEPN's new health & social care collaborative learning groups. The principle aim of the groups is to improve patient & service user experiences in BHR through increased collaboration and integration.
This new and exciting initiative aims to bring together professionals working in all areas of health and social care in BHR.
Come and find out more about the BHR Community Education Provider Network, hear from experts with lived experience who have travelled complex care pathways; have an opportunity to help shape the education & training needs of the health & care workforce in your local area; and learn more about integration and collaboration as a way of improving care.
The event is suitable for all staff working in health and social care in BHR, including (but not limited to):
- Clinical Staff (either in acute or primary/community care settings)
- Individuals working in social care (social workers, personal assistants, carers, health care assistants, care home staff, domiciliary care staff, residential care staff (etc)
- Patient-facing staff (practice managers and administrative support, HCAs)
1.00pm: Registration & lunch
2.00pm: Keynote speakers
- Caroline Allum – Executive Medical Director NELFT
Introduction to CEPN – what is the Community Education Provider Network and why is it important to your role?
- Jake Mills
Sharing his experiences of mental health services
- Bob Edwards – Redbridge Integrated Care Director (NELFT)
Example of Integration from Redbridge – HASS
2.45pm: Breakout Groups
- The opportunities & challenges of collaborative working & integration (Bob Edwards)
- Improving people’s journey through the care pathway (Jake Mills & Caroline Allum)
- Communities of Practice (Emily Miles, London Leadership Academy)
3.15pm: Networking break
3.30pm: Discussion: Exploring the care pathway
Feedback from breakout groups & plenary panel-based discussion
4.00pm: Closing remarks, followed by refreshments
Register your attendance now!
Please note, staff should seek approval to attend from their line manager.