Working with patients and the public: designing care around your population's needs

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The need to engage the public in changes that affect their health care services is vital, but it is not always easy to do. This event, run in partnership with NHS Clinical Commissioners and National Voices, was for people leading local health care service redesigns to help them understand what good public engagement looks like. 

Presentations

Talking to local communities about changes to health and care

Roger Davidson, ‎‎Director of Engagement and Communications for Health System Transformation, NHS England

Learning from the experience of local authorities and integration

Carole Burgoyne, Strategic Director for People, Business Support Unit, Plymouth City Council

Healthwatch: supporting effective public engagement

Neil Tester, Deputy Director, Healthwatch

In-depth case study: Dorset clinical services review

Frances Aviss, Engagement Lead, NHS Dorset CCG and Dorset STP

Ian Gall, Chair of the new STP Public Engagement Group (PEG)

In-depth case study: Cumbria success regime

Stephen Singleton, Director, Cumbria Learning and Improvement Collaborative

Royal Borough of Greenwich learning disability housing strategy

Jason McCulloch, Acting Assistant Director, Commissioning and Business Support, Health and Adults Services, Royal Borough of Greenwich

John Verge, Head of Development, Golden Lane Housing

Diane Young, Project Manager, Golden Lane Housing

The relationship between the NHS and the public

Dan Wellings, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund

Partners

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