27-28 June 2018 | ExCel London

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Lisa Martin

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

Short Term Pathways Team Manager, Kent County Council
Lisa Martin, RN, BSc Hons, is a Registered Nurse and worked in general medicine, followed by general surgery before moving to Kent County Council in 2002 to work for Social Services. She has a First Class Degree with Honours in Inter-professional Practice and is an accredited Kent Manager.
Lisa continues to work for Kent County Council and is currently the Short Term Pathways Team Manager and KCC lead for the East Kent Integrated Discharge Team.  In 2014 she was part of a design team that supported Kent County Council’s whole council transformation by developing new ways of working in the acute hospital teams. This ‘Hospital Optimisation’ process aimed to improve hospital discharge pathways for patients requiring social care intervention as they leave the acute hospital setting. 
She worked with her colleague, Claire Casarotto, Head of service, East Kent IDT, in the development of the Integrated Discharge Teams in the East Kent Hospitals. The Hospital Optimisation process was adopted by the teams to improve discharge pathways for all patients leaving the acute sites who require support with their discharge planning.
Lisa was later the KCC lead in the working groups that introduced Discharge to Assess and Home First in East Kent.
She continues to be invited to present her knowledge and experience in Hospital Discharge planning at a national level together with Claire Casarotto, Head of service, East Kent IDT. Most recently the East Kent IDT has been recognised by NHS England as an example of excellence and will be featured as a case study in the new NHSE Quick Guide - Integrated Discharge Teams.
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