14 May 2019 – Oxford
Personalisation of care underpins the NHS Long Term Plan. To support new thinking in this area the Oxford AHSN hosted an Innovation in Person-centred Approaches conference with Health Education England.
This conference was attended by approximately 120 people. It brought together theory and practice from across care, research and education in an interactive conference for practitioners, patients, educators, researchers and managers from health and social care. It was an opportunity to hear about innovations, share ideas and develop connections.
The diverse and rich agenda covered the relevance of the arts, dancing to prevent falls, developing relationships through shared housing, seeing beyond the patient to the person and the value of empathy for both staff and patients.
See the programme here and presentations below:
- Advance care planning for dementia care – Rhonda Riachi View slides here
- Ageing Well: supporting integrated personalised care for older people – Martin Vernon View slides here
- Arts and medicine – Iva Fattorini View slides here
- Creating with care – Angela Conlon View slides here
- Dance to health, falls prevention programme for older people – Karen Hamilton View slides here
- Delivering person-centred care through care and support planning – Sylvie Thorne/Claire Scott/Julia Coles View slides here
- A game of two halves – Tina Coldham View slides here
- Mental and physical wellbeing: long term care innovation for the whole person – Rhonda Riachi/Chris Allen/Annie Sillence View slides here
- Patient, participant and person: what’s in a name? – Matthew Lariviere View slides here
- Peer support and self-management – Karen Owen View slides here
- Supporting people to live gloriously ordinary lives – Tricia Nicoll/Sally Ellis View slides here