Vanguard Events – March 2016

In February and March 2016 the Coalition for Collaborative Care ran a series of events for the New Care Models (NCM) Vanguards, aimed at developing and sharing their knowledge and expertise around ‘Empowering People and Communities’ in order that the underlying principles are embedded into their plans for local transformation.

The events involved more than 160 people from 35 vanguard sites from across the country. In addition, the event involved a number of arms’ length bodies in design and delivery, including Health Education England and the Institute of Health Equity, more than 20 other organisations, experts and partners who ran workshops and shared experience, including eight people with lived experience from the C4CC co-production group who co-facilitated workshops.

You can access the presentations from each of the workshops below :

Person-Centred Co-ordinated Care – presented by Zoe Porter, NHS England, Rich Watts, NHS England with Colin Royle in Leeds and Andy Walker, both of PeopleHub, in London.

Creating Services in Partnership – Co-production – presented by Shahana Ramsden, C4CC and Christine Morgan, C4CC Co-production Group

Reducing Inequalities and improving Health – presented by Kit Codling, Institute for Health Equity and Keymn Whervin, C4CC Co-production Group

Identification,  Support and Involvement of Carers – presented by Emily Holzhausen, Carers UK and Mandy Rudczenko, C4CC Co-production Group

Engaging with Voluntary, Community, Social Enterprise and Housing Sectors as Key Partners – presented by Nick Dixon, Stockport MBC (Stockport Together), Linda Hutchinson, LH Alliances and Trevor Fossey, C4CC Co-production Group

Enabling Volunteering and Social Action – presented by Professor Jane South, Bev Taylor, NHSE Active Communities Group, Sara Bordoley, NHS England with Fiona Carey in Leeds and Clenton Farquaharson, both C4CC Co-production Group in London.

 

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