Transforming care for people with long-term conditions: the role of partnership working

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During the Covid-19 pandemic, partnership and collaboration between the NHS, patient and community organisations, and the life-sciences sector has been vital in enabling the system to adapt quickly and effectively to new challenges.

In this online event, we explored how this approach can be embedded to support system recovery and enable transformation, particularly where Covid-19 has led to significant disruption of services for people with long-term conditions. We identified the challenges and opportunities people with long-term conditions face in securing good-quality, person-centred care, as well as the role of innovation in supporting early intervention, ensuring access to care in the right place at the right time and reducing pressures on hospital services.

This non-promotional event was held in partnership with, and has been financially supported by AbbVie.

Event partner

This event is held in partnership with AbbVie. If you're interested in partnering with us on an online event please email Kieran at k.cornwell@kingsfund.org.uk or call him on 020 7307 2485.

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Speakers

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Ruth Robertson

Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund

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Amy Bowen

Director of System Improvement, North London Partners in Health and Care

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Todd Manning

Vice President and General Manager, AbbVie

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Wendy Broderick

Person with lived experience of multiple long-term conditions

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Johnson Yan Ning Neo

Ophthalmic Surgeon, Western Eye Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital and Population Health Fellow, The King’s Fund

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Lindsey Hughes

Director of Policy and Strategy, Innovation, Research and Life Sciences Group, NHS England and NHS Improvement