The International Foundation for Integrated Care is delighted to introduce Webinars Series 4: in collaboration with IFIC Scotland and IFIC Ireland on people-centred integrated care in practice. This series will have a particular focus on active and healthy ageing and preventing and managing frailty. The webinars will be hosted by IFIC Scotland and IFIC Ireland in partnership with the University of the West of Scotland, the Institute of Research and Innovation in Social Services, the Health and Social Care Alliance, and with ADVANTAGE Joint Action on the prevention and management of Frailty, co-funded by the European Union’s Health Programme. Each webinar will feature health and care practitioners with experience of implementing people-centred integrated care for older people. Presenters from around the world will offer evidence, personal insights, practical tips and peer support as part of IFIC’s global community of practice. Each webinar will extend IFIC’s on-line knowledge tree by collating resources related to the specific topic.
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Intermediate Care and Reablement – 18th March
Self Management & Co-production – 15th April
Primary Care and Pharmaceutical Care – 17th June
Active and Healthy Ageing – 15th July
Professor Anne Hendry
Clinical Lead for Integrated Care Senior Associate,
International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC)
Anne is a geriatrician, stroke physician and clinical lead for Integrated Care, has extensive experience of transforming health and social care for older people and adults with long term conditions across Scotland.
As a Senior Fellow with the International Foundation for Integrated Care, Anne now promotes the adoption and spread of innovation and good practice on population based, people centred and integrated care and facilitates special interest groups on Intermediate care, complexity, and palliative care.
Other work includes leadership development and knowledge exchange initiatives that link Scotland with other systems, participation in the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, and in Horizon 2020 funded research projects on chronic care and integrated care. Anne will lead the models of care Work Package in a new European Joint Action on Frailty.
She is honorary professor at the University of the West of Scotland, holds honorary appointments with the University of Glasgow and the University of Edinburgh’s Global Health Academy, is a trustee for two national charities and Board member of the ALLIANCE Academy.
Senior Programme Manager, NHS Lanarkshire and ADVANTAGE JA
Mandy is a registered nurse and an experienced innovator and change and improvement agent in health and social care across public, private and voluntary sectors. She supports the International Centre for Integrated Care as Senior Programme Manager for the European Joint Action on Frailty.
She previously worked as a leadership consultant with NHS Education for Scotland and established the national Leading Quality Network and national mentoring initiative. Her experience of managed clinical networks, QI collaboratives and leading a national cross sector improvement network developed skills to lead, manage and support transformational change.
She is passionate about involving people, carers and service users to ensure their lived experience shapes new ways of working. She is a (founding cohort) member of the Q Initiative, a UK-wide initiative led by the Health Foundation and supported and co-funded by NHS Improvement.
M: +44 7977 091548 T: @mandynetwork