Children's care in the community: using integration and innovation to address inequalities

19 May 2022
Transformation Theatre
If you want to have any hope of addressing health inequalities, you have to start with children. In the context of increasing complexity and demand, growing waiting times and challenges with recruiting and retaining specialist staff, all exacerbated by the pandemic, how do you continue to deliver health services in a safe and sustainable way? We will talk about what we are doing in Sheffield to integrate health, education and social care into locality based multidisciplinary teams, tailored to the needs of communities, in a 'team around the school' approach. We will provide examples of delivering what would traditionally be healthcare interventions through a delegated skills framework, empowering the workforce to support the needs of children and young people.
Dr Anthony Gore, Clinical Director Children, Young People & Maternity - NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group
Michelle Racey, Designated Clinical Officer (SEND) - Sheffield CCG
Sapphire Johnson, Head of Commissioning, CYP & Maternity - NHS Sheffield CCG

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Dates and venue

18-19 MAY 2022 + ExCeL LONDON