NW ADASS – Making Safeguarding Personal
12 October 2017, 10.00 – 4.00, The LifeCentre, 235 Washway Road, Sale, M33 4BP
The NW ADASS Programme Office has worked closely with the NW Safeguarding Leads to organise an event focusing on Making Safeguarding Personal (MSP).
We are pleased to announce that Professor Keith Brown from Bournemouth University will be leading a keynote discussion on financial scamming. The following link takes you through to some useful resource Financial Scamming. For further information and to book your place please click here
NW ADASS / LGA/ ECIP : Delayed Transfer of Care Counting Workshop
23 October 2017, 12.15 – 4.00, Friends’ Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS.
NW ADASS have been working in partnership with the LGA and ECIP and we are pleased to announce we will be delivering a DToC Counting Workshop on the 23rd October, at Friends Meeting House, Manchester chaired by Dwayne Johnson (Director of Social Care and Health, Sefton Council) and delivered by Elizabeth Sargeant (Clinical Lead – Integration, ECIP). The workshop is Free to attend and if you would like to register please send your name, job title, organisation and email address to email@example.com Please included any specific questions you have about local interpretation of the guidance and coding you’d like to discuss in the workshop.
Legal Literacy and Safeguarding – Opportunities and Challenges : 1 day Seminar by Ali Gardner
Thursday, 14 September 2017, 9.30am – 4.00pm, UCLan Westleigh Conference Centre, Preston : £100 per delegate, Advance booking required
This seminar will focus on the changing nature of the professional role in light of legal duties relating to safeguarding under the Care Act (2014). It will support participants to develop competence and confidence in understanding and applying the law to practice. Participants will be supported to consider the competing imperatives around risk and choice in light of the legal framework and the presenting dilemmas including issues of capacity, human rights and protection.
Who should attend? Practitioners across health and social care services who are required to identify and address safeguarding matters with vulnerable adults, and who are also required to have an understanding of the legal frameworks which support and govern their practice.
The Journey to Placed Based Health and Social Care
Thursday, September 21, 2017, 9:00am – 12:30pm, Manchester University (The Harwood Room)
Speakers: Chris Ham, Chief Executive, The Kings Fund and Warren Heppolette, Executive Lead – Strategy & System Development Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership
MIAA in partnership with North West Leadership Academy, AQuA and ADASS
Chris and Warren will take us on a journey to Place Based Health and social care. Chris will explore the principles of systems that work in this way and Warren will share his experience of what it can look like in practice. This is our fourth year working with Chris and his events always receive excellent feedback. To book your place please click here
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.
System Leadership – Exploring what works
Thursday, July 06, 2017, 9:00am – 3:30pm, Manchester University (The Barnes Wallis Room)
Working in partnership, NW ADASS, MIAA, NHS NWLA and AQuA are delighted to bring Margaret Heffernan to the North West to explore insights on the skills required for effective system leadership. Margaret will take participants on a journey using her extensive experience as an entrepreneur, CEO and author, to explore what successful systems leadership looks like. The highly interactive masterclass will provide an opportunity for participants to discuss and debate with Margaret, whilst exploring ‘live’ and relevant system challenges within the public sector. Participants will be able to explore their own system leadership challenges and to learn from others through a range of facilitated activities. To book your place please click here
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?