Venue: Royal Society of Medicine

This meeting will give delegates the opportunity to understand the cultural shift required to support the implementation of the NHS Long Term Plan and give an enhanced view of how personalised and integrated care will work from multiple perspectives.

The primary focus will be on how modern systems, technology, care co-ordination and a patient-centred approach provides an environment where personalised care can be delivered and flourish.

Clinicians from across the acute and primary care sectors, patients and carers, will discuss how effectively working together informs and facilitates better and safer care for all. Expert speakers will give detailed lectures relating to culture, systems, information, diagnosis, patient involvement and lived-experience.

Topics include:

The value of a patient-centered approach to care
The value of engagement with patients in enabling safer care
How patients can contribute to developing safer care
How to enhance the patient/professional relationship
Hear ‘lived-experiences of long-term complex care’ from carers
How technology and better diagnosis can lead to safer care
How patients and carers can contribute to research

If you would like more information about his event please do to the organiser’s website