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Access to care

18 May 2022
Home Care Theatre

Social care is currently enduring a crisis in capacity like it has never seen before. This has led to backlogs in discharge to hospitals and additional pressures for the NHS and Social care, but most importantly it means those needing support are going without. Our expert panellists will be bringing their proactive views to access to care and discuss the importance of preventative and anticipatory care, ideas for integrated care and technologies, and how we can go about flipping the narrative around the perception of care and working together.

 Maintaining the momentum of the wellbeing movement: We’ve known for years the importance of promoting good wellbeing for ourselves and our teams and in times of crisis, like the pandemic, these efforts become amplified. Join us as we discuss how we can keep the momentum of mental health and wellbeing going, ensuring t becomes an essential part of workplace culture, and helpful tips we can all take away and implement within our organisations. The session is going to start with a mood lifter which is not to be missed.

Speakers
Adam Purnell, Host of the Caring View - Director of Social Care IHSCM
Jon Wilks, CEO - Institute of Health & Social Care Management
John Powell, Professor of Digital Health Care
Sue Jones, Director - Thoughts Become Things Care consultancy
Dr Jane Townson, CEO - Homecare Association

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Dates and venue

26-27 APRIL 2023 + ExCeL LONDON