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Involving people in their own health and care: what works? (London workshop...
Thu 6 April 2017, 13:00 – 16:30 BST
About this workshop
When it comes to involving people in their own health and care, there is no one-size-fits-all model, approach, tool or resource that will work for everyone, everywhere. There is no silver bullet. But we have a hunch that there are common principles, aspects or core ingredients that exist across examples of 'best practice' that can help us all to better understand what 'good' looks like.
This half-day workshop will bring together experts by profession and experts by experience from across health and care and, using live examples of resources and tools gathered through a recent survey, we will work together to identify what those core ingredients might be.
Registration and light lunch: 1pm
Event start: 1.30pm
Event finish: 4.30pm
Who should attend this workshop?
People using services
Carers supporting people to use services
About this project
The Coalition for Collaborative Care (C4CC) has been asked to look into 'what works, where and for who' when it comes to commissioning, providing or using services that enable people to be involved in their own health and care.
This project is designed to generate information and resources that will sit alongside the forthcoming refreshed NHS England statutory guidance for involving people in their own health and care. This guidance is primarily written for commissioners - although it is relevant to many others - and focuses on specific areas of:
Shared decision making
Personalised care and support planning
What if I can't make this workshop?
We will be repeating this workshop in Leeds on the 30 March 2017. Click here to go to the booking page for the Leeds workshop. Please also feel free to pass the workshop information onto any colleagues who may be able to attend in your place.