Bristol Health Partners Health Integration Team Annual Conference 2019

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We the Curious

Rosalind Franklin Room

One Millennium Square, Anchor Rd

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BS1 5DB

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Join us for our sixth annual Health Integration Team (HIT) conference and networking event on Wednesday 26 June. This year we’re focusing on reducing inequalities and how to measure value and impact, plus all the usual networking, learning and hearing from HITs.

The Conference brings together HIT members, stakeholders, commissioners and other interested people and organisations. Last year's conference was attended by more than 140 academics, clinicians, commissioners, members of the public and others from organisations across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.

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12.00 Registration

Lunch & networking

13.00 Welcome & Introduction, Andrea Young, Chair BHP Board

13.10 HIT achievements, David Wynick, Chair of BHP Executive Group

13.20 Panel session: commissioning for value and equality, followed by questions from the audience

  • Peter Brindle, Medical Director (Clinical Effectiveness) *BNSSG CCG
  • Adwoa Webber, Head of Clinical Effectiveness Bristol, *BNSSG CCG
  • Gareth Hooper, Health Economist, Oxford Academic Health Science Network
  • Amanda Owen-Smith – Researcher in Residence Bristol Health Partners

14.00 HIT Poster session review with refreshments

14.50 Collaboration for leadership in applied health research and care West (CLAHRC West) update, John Macleod

15.00 In conversation with Julian Walker

  • Perinatal Mental Health HIT: Ruth Jackson
  • Children with autism in the Bristol Somali community: Dheeraj Rai, Fiona Fox and Nura Aabe

15.55 Closing remarks

16.00 Close

* BNSSG CCG - Bristol, North Somerset & South Gloucestershire CCG

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BS1 5DB

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