Care providers, join the discussion Join the discussion on changing the way we deliver health and social care services and become part of the journey to integrated, co-ordinated care. Integrated Care aims to put patient needs, outcomes and experiences at the centre of everything we do. This involves joining up our health and social care services and in doing so improve quality and patient experience. For more information, check out the Clinical Strategy and Programmes website and the International Foundation for Integrated Care.
The Forum for National Clinical & Integrated Care Programmes provides an opportunity to discuss and share ‘new ways of working’ in the context of a person-centred, integrated care framework, and explore how care providers’ and service users’ roles are evolving nationally and internationally. Service providers are invited to present live examples of ‘new ways of working’ developed at local level initiatives and/or as part of the National Clinical and Integrated Care Programmes in Ireland. In addition, there will be an opportunity to engage with others working in a similar way, and discuss developments at national level which support this movement for change. Who should attend? The forum is primarily targeted at front-line staff working in publicly funded health and social care service providers, whether in acute, primary or community settings. This includes: GPs, doctors, health and social care professionals, nurses, staff working in diagnostics, operational and support services, as well as patients/services users, carers and patient/service user liaisons. In addition, academic institutions and training bodies are important participants. The number of places available to this event is limited to 300 and this invitation is being issued on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. Staff wishing to attend the forum must, of course, seek any necessary permission from relevant line management prior to registering. Register early – all places are complimentary
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