NW ADASS Legal Training
26 May 2017, 10am – 12 noon, Friend’s Meeting House, Central Manchester
The recent Davey vs Oxfordshire County Council ruling has important implications for local authorities (briefing available here). http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Admin/2017/354.html.
We are extremely pleased to announce that we have secured Jonathan Auburn of 11kbw to lead a training session. This is an excellent opportunity for Adult Social Care in the NW as Jonathan was the barrister on this case on behalf of the defendant (Oxfordshire).
We’re hoping this will a useful session to help ensure that local authorities understand risks about whether they compliant with the law.
We recommend each local authority sends their Principle Social Worker, Head of SW Assessment Team and ASC Legal lead and whichever other colleagues you feel would benefit from attending. We can accommodate additional places and so please circulate locally.
To book your place please click here
HL7 FHIR Event
8 June 2017, 8.30 am – 5.30 pm, Ziferblat, The Tomorrow Building, Media City Salford, M50 2AB
The event is a collaboration between the Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, HL7 UK and Furore Health Informatics who have organised a FREE one-day HL7 FHIR event.
Heard of HL7 FHIR? Know what it is and why it’s there? And how it will change your job over the next 3 years?
If the answer to any of these questions is no, make sure to register for the NHS Trusts on FHIR Event,
All Learners Celebration Event
16 June 2017, 9.00 am – 4.00 pm, Liverpool John Moore’s University, School of Health, Liverpool, L2 2ER
Are you a Health or Social Care learner?
Would you like to share experiences with other learners in Cheshire and Merseyside?
Come along to the All Learners Celebration event.
iLINKS Innovations is an annual conference and exhibition dedicated to showcasing innovation and technology and exploring the benefits that this can deliver across health and social care, ranging from improved outcomes for patients to key efficiency gains. Organised by NHS Informatics Merseyside, on an annual basis the event attracts the most senior clinical and technology leaders from the local NHS and wider health and social care sector.
MIAA’s Annual Health Check on the State of NHS and Social Care (in partnership with NW ADASS)
Friday 7th April 2017, 9.30am – 1.00pm : The Lancaster Suite, Haydock Park Racecourse BOOK HERE
MIAA’s Annual Health Check event is one not to be missed and always receives excellent feedback. If you are worried about how the books are going to balance come and hear from the people with their finger on the pulse and their ear to the Treasury about what the future holds for NHS and Social Care finances do not miss this event.
Highlights from the programme include;
Under Pressure – Is the NHS Sustainable? Anita was appointed in July 2016 to be the Specialist Adviser to assist the House of Lords Select Committee on the long-term sustainability of the NHS. In this session Anita will explore the question “is the NHS sustainable?” And together with the audience will consider where next? Anita Charlesworth, Chief Economist, The Health Foundation
A View from Social Care – Funding a Healthy Future Linda will share the view from social care and how the lack of funding for care services is impacting across the whole system. Cllr Linda Thomas, Vice Chair of the LGA’s Community Wellbeing Board and Deputy Leader of Bolton Council
The Financial Performance and Productivity of Providers – is there anywhere else to go? Chris has his finger on the pulse and his ear to the Treasury. He will share what he believes the future holds for NHS and Social Care finances and in particular analyse the pressure on providers and the outlook for 2017/18. Chris Hopson, Chief Executive, NHS Providers
Join us on what will be an insightful and thought proving event. Use this LINK or the one above to book onto this event.
Making the Care Act Real: Why Volunteering and Social Action Matter
21 March 2017, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm, Immarset Centre, 99 City Road, London EC1Y 1AX
This free, national event will review the work led by Volunteering Matters for the Health and Care Voluntary Sector Strategic Partnership Programme, to show how volunteering and social action have a key role to play in making real the wellbeing principle of the Care Act 2014. The work has been carried out jointly with colleagues from the LGA, ADASS and NAVCA. It aims to help local authorities and their partners in the NHS and VCSE realise the potential of volunteering and social action to help to build stronger, more resilient communities and so to promote wellbeing and deliver personalised care and health outcomes. Further details and registration are available here