High impact actions to create person-centred care: Webinar for health and care staff and practitioners

An opportunity for health and care staff and practitioners to have their say


9–10am Friday 4 November 2016

NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens has commissioned the People and Communities Board (PCB) to propose a concise set of high impact interventions, approaches or methodologies which would help create more person-centred, community focused health and care, as set out in the Six Principles for engaging people and communities.

We need to know what interventions or changes will make the most difference, and how these could be implemented.

The People and Communities Board has worked with a range of organisations to start to develop a set of proposals. The Board is keen to work with people working in health and care services to gain a better understanding of what changes have made a difference in their work, how proposals could be implemented, and the opportunities and barriers to change.

This is your opportunity to inform the final recommendations.

During this webinar, we will be asking:

  • What are the enablers and barriers to delivering person-centred care?
  • What should be done to spread take-up of person and community centred approaches?
  • What should be avoided?
  • What happens at the front line currently?

People and Communities Board

The People and Communities Board is one of a number of programme boards established following publication of the Five Year Forward View. One part of the remit is to ensure that person-centred care and community-centred services are embedded in the Five Year Forward View programme. National Voices chief executive, Jeremy Taylor, chairs the People and Communities Board and secretariat is delivered by National Voices staff.

Fri, 4 November 2016
Event time: 
9 - 10am
How to book: 
Please email events@nationalvoices.org.uk and we will send you more details, including login details for the Webex. Please make sure to specify which webinar date and title you would like details for.
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