The Health Foundation’s GenerationQ fellowship is a part-time, funded leadership development programme for senior leaders from health and health care practice, policy and the charity sector. The fellowship is an opportunity for senior leaders to gain a postgraduate certificate in Leadership (Quality Improvement) from Ashridge Executive Education.
Personalised Care: Peer Leadership Foundation
Learn what personalised care is and how the whole population can benefit.
As the NHS moves towards a more personalised health and care system, it’s important for people to have a clear idea of what this new, more targeted approach to health and care means for them.
On this course you’ll learn what personalised care is, and how it can benefit the whole population in England. You’ll also hear how it works in practice.
What topics will you cover?
- Changing demands on the NHS
- People’s stories of personalised care
- Shared decision making and how it works in practice
- Social prescribing and community based support
- Patient choice and your ‘legal right to choose’
- Supported self management
- Personalised care and support planning
- Personal health budgets and the difference they can make
Patient and Public Involvement Drop-in
The Citizens' Senate hosts a regular get together on a Tuesday afternoon 3pm-5pm. We encourage people to drop in for as long or as short as they can. It is an opportunity to connect and share with others and have a conversation with others who are active in facilitating positive social impact. It is for pateints/service users, carers, residents/citizens/public and health and social care professionals. It can be on anything that is on your mind. It is generally on health and social care.
We operate on Action Learning/Safe Space principles where we share our thoughts or opportunities and learn together. We will explain, demonstrate and develop the application of these principles.
I hope you can join us.
Time: Tuesday 03:00 PM - 05:00 PM London
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Meeting ID: 870 7712 7707
Fatherhood and Sonship
"The most CRITICAL ELEMENT in a SON'S EDUCATION is not the curriculum he follows, but his father's attitude towards learning." Anonymous.
Online meeting presented by African Families international UK (AFiUK) and Family4Sure and supported by the East of England Citizens' Senate.
An evening of dialogue, conversation, sharing and caring for our boy child to acknowledge the impact on some of the social determinants of health.
Can Do Health and Care EXPO 2022 9:30am-4:30pm
From ‘Thinking Differently Together’ to ‘Doing Differently Together’
A key date in the diary for everyone involved in health and care across Suffolk and North East Essex. ‘Can Do Health and Care’ Expo 2022 will be an opportunity to look forward to the next chapter for Suffolk and North East Essex ICS – from ‘Thinking Differently Together’ to ‘Doing Differently Together’. Attendance is free of charge. All delegates, speakers and other participants must register.