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Two years on: impacts of the Health & Social Care Standards

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Brunswick House

51 Wilson Street

Glasgow

G1 1UZ

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An interactive roundtable discussion event for commissioners of adult social care in Scotland.

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Iriss invites commissioners of adult social care to join a roundtable discussion exploring perspectives on the impact of the Health and Social Care Standards on the commissioning process.

April 2020 marks two years since the Standards were introduced, so it’s a good time to take stock, put down a place marker on the current landscape and look towards the new decade ahead. It also provides an opportunity to identify what supports good practice in commissioning and opportunities to take this further.

We're interested to understand more about how the Standards are impacting across the broad spectrum of adult social care providers and commissioners from statutory bodies, third sector and independent organisations.

If your role involves commissioning adult social care please join us for one or both of our roundtable discussions at Brunswick House, Wilson St, Glasgow on:

Thursday, 27 February (10am-12pm)

and / or

Monday, 30 March (2-4pm)

The facilitated discussions will be an opportunity to:

  • connect with colleagues in similar roles to critically reflect on how the Standards have made an impact on the Health and Social Care landscape- and what that means for your work
  • collectively discuss the links between the principles behind the Standards (e.g. Compassion) and commissioning practice
  • contribute to moving the conversation on about making personal outcomes at the heart of system change

Iriss will bring together the learning from the discussions in a report that will be published shortly after the March event.

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Brunswick House

51 Wilson Street

Glasgow

G1 1UZ

United Kingdom

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