Service  Redesign: practical tools to support and sustain change
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Service  Redesign: practical tools to support and sustain change

Service Redesign: practical tools to support and sustain change

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Wolfson Lecture Theatre, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery,

Queen's Square

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WC1N 3JH

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In a world of health and social care where there are demands to "do more with less" we are all under pressure to think about how we can deliver services differently and manage change. In this talk we will look at different approaches to tackling demands, consider service analysis tools, principles of lean thinking and the ever present issue of caseload management.

Sharon Tuppeny is an inspiring speaker who has changed people's practice throughout her 22 years as an Occupational Therapist working in health, social care and for the College of Occupational Therapists. Sharon has extensive experience of managing, reviewing and re-designing services and of developing and delivering training. She is passionate about developing emerging roles for children’s occupational therapy in order to demonstrate and facilitate the impact of occupation on health, well-being and development.

In 2010 Sharon was presented with a Merit award by the College of Occupational Therapists in recognition of her contribution to the profession. The practical and positive messages which Sharon helps people to think through are always valuable - this promises to be a valuable lecture for all levels of Occupational Therapists - helping to manage your caseload and your service.

Tickets to be paid for on the door - £3 for students, £5 for members of CYPF Specialist Section and £15 for non-members. Student members FREE!

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Wolfson Lecture Theatre, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery,

Queen's Square

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