Integrated care for people with multiple long-term conditions

04/02/2020 - 04/02/2020 • 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN

Programme

  • 04 February

Registration Opens

09:15 AM 10:00 AM

Session one: What matters to people who have multiple long-term conditions

10:00 AM 11:15 AM

Mark Doughty

MM Marsha  McAdam

Fiona McKenzie

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking 

11:15 AM 11:45 PM

Breakout A: Self-care and management of multiple long-term conditions

11:45 AM 12:45 PM

Geraldine Bentley

Sarah Bird

Mark Doughty

Helen  Scott

Rachel Wigglesworth

Breakout B: Integrating care for physical and mental long-term conditions

11:45 AM 12:45 PM

EG Emma  Gilbey

MM Marsha  McAdam

JP John Pimm

Ruth  Rosselson

JR Jo  Ryder

Breakout C: Frailty as a co-morbidity

11:45 AM 12:45 PM

TF Tracy  Fitzsimmons

Tamsin Hooton

Dr Ursula  Montgomery

RV Rachna  Vyas

Lunch, exhibition and networking 

12:45 PM 02:00 PM

Session three:  Breakouts repeated

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking 

03:00 PM 03:30 PM

Session four: Learning and next steps

03:30 PM 04:30 PM

Mark Doughty

Trevor  Fernandes

NT Neil Tester

Event Supporter

Exhibitors

Speakers

Attendees

Geraldine Bentley

Chief Executive Officer
Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living
Geraldine has been CEO of Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living since January 2010. She developed the strategic role of the organisation ensuring the provision of services for disabled people, including people with long term health conditions, using the key principles of user empowerment and choice as paramount to the work. Geraldine leads the organisation ensuring Wiltshire CIL provide innovative services in supporting people to have a life and not just a service. With a practical background of strategic management, coupled with academic knowledge and recognition as a change leader, Geraldine combines theory and practical expertise to deliver substantial positive results in all the work, whilst delivering effective and timely solutions alongside people. Geraldine is keen to further develop community support and initiatives for the inclusion of all its people.

04 February

Sarah Bird

Specialty Registrar in Public Health
Cornwall Council
Sarah Bird is a Public Health Specialty Registrar in the South West Peninsula. Her placements have included Plymouth City Council, Cornwall Council, Devon County Council and Public Health England. At Cornwall Council she co-produced the development of a long term conditions self-management model with local people and organisations. She has also worked across public health themes including Making Every Contact Count, mental wellbeing, tobacco, nutrition, and alcohol. She is particularly interested in behaviour change and communication, and won an HSJ Award for Social Marketing for a skin cancer prevention project with teenagers.

She has an MSc Public Health and an MA Classics, and is on the events team for TEDxExeter, an internationally recognised ideas festival.

04 February

EC

Emma Colyer

Body and Soul Charity
Director

Mark Doughty

Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development
The King’s Fund
Mark is part of the leadership and organisational development team and he brings an in-depth knowledge and experience of developing patient and community leaders to the Fund. His work focuses on supporting the development of new relationships between patients, communities, and health and care professionals by embedding collaborative and partnership working across the health and care system. He is currently the co-director of the Leading Collaboratively with Patients and Communities programme at the Fund.
Mark is co-founder and director of The Centre for Patient Leadership. He has designed a number of award-winning patient leader programmes and advised organisations, including NHS England, on patient leadership. He has consulted on and facilitated the development of organisational cultures that support new relationships (including collaborative and partnership working) between staff, patients and local communities. He also works as an executive coach supporting senior leaders with their personal and professional development.

Read Mark's blog posts.

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Trevor Fernandes

Chair, Citizens’ Senate
Eastern Academic Health Science Network
Following a successful 30 year career as a Programme & Project Manager in both the public and private sectors, Trevor retired in 2008 and now spends much of his time working for a number of voluntary & charitable organisations

Trevor currently chairs the East of England Citizen’s Senate, which aims to extend the Public Voice, representing patients with Long Term Conditions. As a patient living with heart failure, Trevor is motivated by the excellent care he received following two heart attacks and he wants to ensure that everybody has the opportunity that he had. Trevor is passionate about using his experience as a patient to develop, improve and deliver the best possible outcomes. He continues to work with local and national patient groups to ensure the patient, carer and family perspective is considered in health services.

04 February

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Tracy Fitzsimmons

Programme Manager, Frailty Project
Cambridge Community Services
Tracy is a Programme manager for the Enhanced Models of Care Frailty Project in Luton and works for Cambridgeshire Community Services, supporting collaborative and partnership working with colleagues across primary, community and secondary care. Prior to this Tracy was a Service Manager and Clinical lead for Integrated Community Nursing services in Luton.
Tracy has a nursing background of working with older people for over 30 years, before moving to work in community services she worked for the Luton & Dunstable Hospital, Medicine for the elderly department. Whilst there she was fortunate to have a key role in setting up and leading the first local Rapid Response (Hospital at Home) Team twenty years ago and it was this experience that inspired her passion for improving care and developing services.

She enjoys leading and supporting the development of clinical pathways and service change that result in improved quality, safety and experience for all.

04 February

EG

Emma Gilbey

Programme Lead and City Wide Project Manager, High Impact Primary Care
Manchester Primary Care Partnership 

04 February

Tamsin Hooton

Senior Responsible Officer and Director of Service Improvement and Redesign
NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group
Tamsin is the lead for integrated community services for the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland STP.Her recent experience includes redesigning community services and supporting the development of integrated community teams.She currently heads up the LLR Ageing Well accelerator programme for urgent community response.
Tamsin has a strong interest in integrated care models and in developing community based services and has led a number of transformation programmes including the LLR Urgent Care Vanguard. Tamsin has worked in a number of health systems and has a background in strategic commissioning and transformation, having first joined the NHS as a graduate financial management trainee.

04 February

MM

Marsha McAdam

Expert by Experience

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Fiona McKenzie

Patient Insight and Involvement Consultant
Fiona has decades of healthcare experience as a person living with long-term conditions. For most of her life she managed these pretty well independently but got very sick a decade ago. She experienced lots of great care but also observed plenty of space for improvement. Fiona found opportunities to get involved as a patient and has subsequently built a career around understanding what matters most to patients and populations, and delivering improvements based on that insight. She has recently added, although not by choice, to her extensive patient experience and has new reflections on life-changing illness, difficult decisions and person-centred care.

04 February

Dr Ursula Montgomery

Chair
NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group
Ursula is a GP partner in Leicestershire and was elected clinical chair of ELR CCG in 2018.
Ursula has played an active role in health system leadership across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) over recent years. Ursula is clinical co-chair of the Integrated Community board which has lead on health, community and social care integration for the benefit of patients across LLR via the development of integrated neighbourhood teams.
Previously she worked as an Associate Medical Director at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, supporting clinicians to improve care for patients through closer working between primary and secondary care. This work specifically focused on recognition of frailty in the emergency department and care of patients with the cardio-respiratory illness.

04 February

DO

Dr David Oliver

Geriatrician and Visiting Fellow
The King’s Fund
JP

John Pimm

Clinical Lead, Healthy Minds, Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service, Buckinghamshire
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

04 February

Ruth Rosselson

Resilience Co-ordinator
Manchester Mind
Ruth Rosselson is the Resilience Co-ordinator of Manchester Mind, a local Mind affiliated to the national charity. She has been running the Building a Healthy Future programme for people with long-term conditions since 2014. She also designs and delivers resilience and stress management courses and workshops, as well as Manchester Mind’s 8 week Mindfulness programme. Previous to this role she worked as a freelance facilitator and coach, and designed and delivered participatory courses for people with long-term conditions.She is a trained facilitator and coach, has a degree in psychology, primary certificates in CBT/REBT/Resilience Building/Stress Management, and is a member of UK Network of Mindfulness Teachers. She also lives with palindromic rheumatism (a type of inflammatory arthritis) and fibromyalgia, so knows first-hand the challenges of living with multiple long-term conditions.

04 February

JR

Jo Ryder

Consultant Counselling Psychologist – Clinical & Professional Lead for the Psychological Therapies Pathway and Head of IAPT
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

04 February

Helen Scott

PCN Transformation Project Manager / PCN Manager
Wiltshire CCG / Devizes
Helen began her career as a Practice Manager in the NHS 12 years ago. Five years ago she became Lead manager for the Devizes PCN. She has supported the development of her PCN to innovate and improve patient care. This includes an older person’s team to manage frailty and dementia pathways, a social/healthcare model for treatment of leg ulcers and social prescribing to enhance the care of patients with complex and long term conditions including social isolation. In her role as PCN Transformation Project Manager, she supports other PCNs in the sharing of best practice schemes across the CCG footprint.

04 February

NT

Neil Tester

Director
The Richmond Group of Charities

04 February

RV

Rachna Vyas

04 February

Rachel Wigglesworth

Assistant Director of Public Health
Cornwall Council
Rachel currently works as Assistant Director of Public Health with Cornwall Council, providing public health expertise across the Integrated Care System (including Councils, NHS and community organisations) in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. She has held a range of public health roles in Plymouth, Gloucestershire, and in Cornwall as Consultant in Public Health, including with Public Health England in the South West.

Rachel has a passion for working alongside communities to improve the health of vulnerable groups and previously worked in the voluntary sector for Shelter (Homeless Charity), Sure Start, and ESF employability programmes. She also has a strong academic background and research experience with Oxford University, London School of Economics (PSSRU), Exeter University Medical School and holds a lead role for promoting public health NIHR research in the South West Peninsula.

04 February

MA

Muyi Adekoya

Barnet Council
Head of Commissioning, OA and Integrated Care
GA

Gary Andrews

NHS England and NHS Improvement
Senior Pricing Development Manager
EA

Elaine Arkell

NHS Patient
UEC PPN healthy London Partnerships
JB

John Bailey

City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Groups
PPI Committee
JB

Jess Baines-Holmes

Barnet Council
Adults Joint Commissioning Assistant Director
TB

Tom Barrett

London Borough of Lambeth
Lambeth Together Transition Programme Lead
KB

Katrina Bell

London Borough of Hounslow
Commissioning Manager
DB

David Bello

London Borough of Lambeth
Acting Assistant Director Adult Social Care
GB

Geraldine Bentley

Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living
Chief Executive Officer
DB

Dr Alex Berry

Diabetes UK
National Diabetes Audit Engagement Lead
SB

Sarah Bird

Cornwall Council
Specialty Registrar in Public Health
JB

Jessica Boot

North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
CB

Charles Boucher

Patient
HB

Hannah Brayford

Alzheimer's Society
Project Support Officer
NB

Natalie Brewer

LSHTM
MSc Public Health
HB

Helen Brock

Public Health England
Programme Manager
JC

Jessica Catchpole

Diabetes UK
Mobilisation Officer
AC

Alexandra Chamberlain

Rutland County Council
Senior Care Manager, RISE Service
NC

Nicholas Chapple

Ipsen
Brand Manager
LC

Lina Christopoulou

Newham
Newham Integrated Care System Manager
MC

Margaret Coats

Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
Chief Executive and Registrar
EC

Emma Colyer

Director
Body and Soul Charity
FC

Francesca Cooper

Hertfordshire County Council
Project Manager
LC

Lisa Cooper

Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Associate Director of Adult Community Health
KC

Kate Croxton

Versus Arthritis
Head of Professional Engagement
JC

Julie Croysdale

NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Groups
Personal Health Budgets Service Delivery Manager
TC

Tim Cullinan

NHS England and NHS Improvement
Product Development Lead
GD

Gregory Dalton

NHS England and NHS Improvement
Payment Policy Senior Manager
MD

Martina Dalton

Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Delivery Alliance, Lambeth Together
Alliance Manager
DD

Dr Savia de Souza

Patient
SD

Sue Dewhirst

Public Health England
Population Health Services Manager
LD

Leanne Dew

National Institute for Health Research
Senior Research Programme Manager
MD

Marjolein Don

NHS Lothian
Senior Project Manager
MD

Mark Doughty

The King’s Fund
Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development
SE

Sharon Ellis

London Borough of Hackney
Strategic Commissioner – Older People/LTC
DE

Dale Evans

Essex County Council
Head of Strategic Commissioning and Policy
JF

Jacqueline Farrow

Suffolk GP Federation Community Integrated Care
Nurse
TF

Trevor Fernandes

Eastern Academic Health Science Network
Chair, Citizens’ Senate
AF

Alison Fielding

Cardiomyopathy UK
Chair
BF

Ben Finlay

Publicis Health
Group Innovation Officer
TF

Tracy Fitzsimmons

Cambridge Community Services
Programme Manager, Frailty Project
SF

Sue Flemming

Hospital
Unemployed
EF

Elizabeth Fowler

Royal Free Charity
Support Hub Lead
PG

Paul Garvin

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust
Chairman
IG

Iris Gibson

East London NHS Foundation Trust
Doctor
EG

Emma Gilbey

Manchester Primary Care Partnership 
Programme Lead and City Wide Project Manager, High Impact Primary Care
VG

Vanessa Gill

Patient
DG

Daniel Glasgow

Barnet Clinical Commissioning Group
Deputy Director, Primary Care Transformation
CG

Carl Greatrex

Abbott
Senior Value & Access Manager
SG

Sally Greenbrook

British Geriatrics Society
Policy Manager
NH

Nicky Hall

Disability Initiative
Occupational Therapist
CH

Chris Hicks

Mind
Senior Policy and Campaigns Officer
TH

Tamsin Hooton

NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group
Senior Responsible Officer and Director of Service Improvement and Redesign
BJ

Ben Jackson

Public Health England
Project Manager
TJ

Tessa Jelen

British Lung Foundation Support Group
Chair
LJ

Lydia Jenkins

Ipsen
Communications & Patient Affairs Manager
JJ

Jatin Jethwa

Novo Nordisk
Diabetes Outcomes Director
RJ

Robert Johnstone

International Foundation for Integrated Care
Trustee / Board Member
LJ

Lianne Jongepier

NHS North East Essx Clinical Commissioning Group
Head of Transformation - Planned Care
NJ

Nidhi Joshi

Abbott Nutrition
NHS Account Manager
MK

Mark Kenwright

North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
Clinical Lead
AK

Alex Kiefer

Pfizer
Policy and Public Affairs Manager
SL

Stephanie Lakin

North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
LL

Liz Lawrence

Versus Arthritis
Head of Health Service Improvement
ML

Mary Liyanage

NHS England and Improvement
Senior Transformation Manager
AM

Amy Maidment

North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
EM

Emma Marriott

North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
HM

Hannah Marsland

North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
MM

Marsha McAdam

Expert by Experience
NM

Neil McCarthy

London Borough of Hackney
Senior Occupational Therapy Practitioner
NM

Neil McCarthy

London Borough of Hackney
Senior Occupational Therapy Practitioner
NM

Neil McCarthy

London Borough of Hackney
Senior Occupational Therapy Practitioner
SM

Steve McCue

NHS West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group
Service Improvement Manager
JM

Jason McDonald

North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
Senior Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
FM

Fiona McKenzie

Patient Insight and Involvement Consultant
MM

Mary McKerrow

NHS Wales Delivery Unit
Performance Improvement Manager
AM

Amy Mcmeekin

Merseycare Foundation Trust
Liferooms Deputy Service Lead (Liverpool)
CM

Caroline Mellor

North Staffordshire Wellbeing Service
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
WM

Wendy Micklewright

Patient
AM

Abdi Mohamed

Golden Key Bristol
Service Coordinator - Physical Health Lead
DM

Dr Ursula Montgomery

NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group
Chair
RM

Rachel Montgomery

South London And Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust
Project Manager, Mind and Body Programme
AM

Aifric Muller

Diabetes UK
Healthcare Improvement Consultant
CN

Carolina Navarro

Abbott
Ssnior Brand Manager
VN

Victoria Nnatuanya

Patient
BN

Blessing Nyahora

Central and North West London
Primary Care Mental Health Nurse
DO

Dr David Oliver

The King’s Fund
Geriatrician and Visiting Fellow
NO

Natalie Owen

National Institute for Health Research
Senior Research Programme Manager
JP

Jennie Parker

Hetherington Group Practice
GP Partner and Clinical Director Brixton and Clapham Park Primary Care Network
DP

Dipty Patel

Home Group Ltd
Mental Health Practice Lead
DP

Dr Andrew Pattison

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Consultant
AP

Annabella Pearce

NHS Fareham and Gosport and South Eastern Hampshire CCGs
Clinical Quality Practice Nurse Facilitator
JP

Jackie Pearson

Merseycare Foundation Trust
Curriculum Lead for Life Rooms
JP

John Pearson

Macmillan Cancer Support
Executive Director of Cancer Support Operations
LP

Lesley Perkin

UCB
Healthcare Network Lead
SP

Sarah Perrin

Barnet Council
Head of Commissioning, MH & Dementia
AP

Amy Peters

Boehringer Ingelheim
National Policy and Partnerships Manager
JP

John Pimm

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Clinical Lead
MR

Marian Redding

Retired Patient Representative
PPG Chair
SR

Sandra Rennie

Newham Integrated Care
Patient
SR

Susan Restorick-Banks

National Cancer Research Institute
Patient and Consumer
AR

Adam Riley

Abbott Nutrition
NHS Account Manager
ER

Eve Riley

The Richmond Group of Charities
Programme Manager
SR

Sharon Robinson

Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)
Communications Manager
DR

Dr Peter Roderick

City of York Council and NHS Vale of York CCG
Specialty Registrar in Public Health
RR

Ruth Rosselson

Manchester Mind
Resilience Co-ordinator
JR

Jo Ryder

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
Consultant Councelling Psychologist
AS

Amrit Sachar

Doctor
Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist
RS

Richard Samuda

Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals
Chairman
HS

Helen Scordis

NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Groups
Lead Nurse
HS

Helen Scott

Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living
Transformation Project Manager
CS

Cristina Serrao

UCLH
Patient Director
SS

Satish Shah

Carer
CS

Cath Shephard

NHS Gloucester Health and Care Foundation Trust
Community Manager
JS

Jeff Smith

Caring Times
Journalist
RS

Robert Smith

CRN West Midlands Cancer and Cicely Saunders Institute Palliative Care
PPI/PA
AS

Adam Spiller

Macmillan Cancer Support
Education and Development Lead Professional Workfo
PS

Paul Springer

Age UK Lambeth
Consultant
MS

Meg Stapleton

Independent Age
Senior Policy Officer
CS

Colin Stodel

WHHT
Volunteer
JS

Jane Stopher

Neighbourhood and Wellbeing Delivery Alliance, Lambeth Together
Programme Director
MS

Melanie Stovold

NHS Wiltshire Clinical Commissioning Group
Service Redesign Lead
DT

Dr Jane Taylor

Richmond Group
Patient Representative
NT

Neil Tester

The Richmond Group of Charities
Director
JT

Jennifer Todd

Royal Free Charity
Head of Volunteering
ST

Sue Tomlin

Barnet Council
Head of Commissioning, LD & PSI
JT

Jason Tong

Healthy London Partnership
Senior Implmentation Lead
ET

Ellen Tranter

British Red Cross
Policy and Advocacy Officer
DT

Dr Danielle Tucker

University of Essex
Senior Lecturer in Management
MU

Margot Uden

St. Michaels Hospice
Voluntary Services Development Officer
CU

Caroline Upton

Alliance for Better Care ltd
Primary Care Network Development Manager
JU

Juliet Usiade

East London NHS Foundation Trust
Senior Mental Health Liaison Nurse Practitioner
DV

Dr George Verghese

Waterloo Health Centre
GP Partner and Clinical Director, North Lambeth Primary Care Network
RW

Rosemary Walsh

RW

Renee Ward

NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Groups
Nurse Consultant
TW

Tracy Whittle

University Of Brighton
PhD Researcher
RW

Rachel Wigglesworth

Cornwall Council
Assistant Director of Public Health
SW

Sam Williams

Active Devon
Director of Enterprise and Communications
CW

Colette Wood

Barnet Clinical Commissioning Group
Director, Primary Care Transformation
CW

Clare Woodford

Macmillan Cancer Support
Senior Policy Advisor (Health)
TW

Trudy Woor

NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Groups
Project Manager
DW

Dr Niki Wright

The Friarsgate Practice
GP

The Taskforce on Multiple Conditions

The Taskforce on Multiple Conditions is a partnership between The Richmond Group of Charities, The Royal College of General Practitioners and Guy's and St Thomas' Charity. Our aim is for people with multiple long-term health problems to live as well as possible for as long as possible, because:
•The development of multiple conditions is delayed or prevented
•Where people live with multiple conditions, health and care services and the voluntary sector’s offer are well aligned to manage and support them.

Multiple Conditions_Report_A4_DIGITAL.pdf Download Link

Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC)

The Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) was set up by the government to register and regulate complementary healthcare practitioners, with the sole purpose of protecting the public. CNHC registrants are recognised as members of the wider public health workforce.

The King's Fund

The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England.

Our mission describes how we will achieve this:
  • through our research and policy analysis
  • through the work we do with individuals, organisations and communities building their capability, supporting them to adopt best practice and share learning
  • by bringing people together through events and networks to discuss and learn from evidence from the United Kingdom and across the world
  • by promoting greater understanding of health and care policy and practice – helping people to make sense of a complex and rapidly changing environment.

Registration Opens

09:15 AM 10:00 AM Orangery foyer, ground floor

Welcome! Grab your badge from the registration desk and familiarise yourself with this app.

We will be using www.slido.com (#KFIntegratedCare) to ask speakers questions throughout the event.

Session one: What matters to people who have multiple long-term conditions

10:00 AM 11:15 AM Burdett theatre, ground floor

10.00am 
Welcome and introduction
Mark Doughty, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund 

10.10am 
Panel session
  • How does living with multiple long-term conditions affect your wellbeing? 
  • What are some of the common issues experienced when engaging with health and care services? 
  • What practical steps can be taken to enable clinicians to support people with multiple conditions more effectively? 
  • How can a person-centred approach support people living with multiple conditions? 
  • What are the changes that you want to see? 
Trevor Fernandes, Chair, Citizens’ Senate, Eastern Academic Health Science Network 
Marsha McAdam, Expert by Experience (confirmed)
Fiona McKenzie, Patient Insight and Involvement Consultant 

10.40am
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking 

11:15 AM 11:45 PM Orangery, ground floor

Take some time to visit the exhibition stands in the Orangery, network with colleagues and decide which of the 3 breakout sessions you would like to attend after the tea break. No need to sign up in advance, just show up to the one you want (first-come, first-serve).
Breakouts

Breakout A: Self-care and management of multiple long-term conditions

11:45 AM 12:45 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

In this breakout session we will look at the ways in which people who have multiple long-term conditions are leading in their own self-care.

11.45am 
Welcome and introduction
Mark Doughty, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund 

11.50am 
Cornwall Self-Management Model
Hear about the public health-led approach in Cornwall, working with local partners in GP surgeries, the voluntary sector and people with multiple conditions to co-design a range of services that encourage self-management.
Rachel Wigglesworth, Assistant Director of Public Health, Cornwall Council
Sarah Bird, Specialty Registrar in Public Health, Cornwall Council 

12:05pm
Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living   
  • Hear how Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living and voluntary sector partners works with the local clinical commissioning group and primary care networks (PCN) to support high intensity users of accident and emergency (A&E) departments and PCN’s to support people with non-medical or low-level mental health issues and long-term conditions through a strengths-based approach to self-determination and self-care.
Geraldine Bentley, Chief Executive Officer, Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living 
Helen Scott, Transformation Project Manager, Primary Care, Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living 

Speakers

Sarah Bird.pdf Download Link
Breakouts

Breakout B: Integrating care for physical and mental long-term conditions

11:45 AM 12:45 PM Edwards room, first floor

In this session, we will look at examples of ways to support people who have both mental and physical long-term conditions.

11.45am 
Welcome and introduction
Marsha McAdam, Expert by Experience

11.50am 
Healthy Minds, Buckinghamshire
  • Hear about an Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service in Buckinghamshire targeting people who have long-term conditions.
Jo Ryder, Consultant Counselling Psychologist, Clinical and Professional Lead for the Psychological Therapies Pathway Oxfordshire, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust (confirmed)
John Pimm, Clinical Lead, Healthy Minds, Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service, Buckinghamshire, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust (confirmed)

12:05pm
Building a healthy future, Mind Manchester
  • Learn about Manchester Mind’s psychosocial course which has been supporting people with multiple long-term conditions to improve their mental health, how it has evolved over the past five years, challenges and successes, and how it is working closely with a variety of services (both NHS and voluntary) to be part of the social prescribing pathway.
Ruth Rosselson, Resilience Co-ordinator, Manchester Mind 
Emma Gilbey, Programme Lead and City Wide Project Manager, High Impact Primary Care, Manchester Primary Care Partnership 

12.20pm 
Questions and discussion 

Speakers

John Pimm.pdf Download Link
Ruth Rosselson Slides.pdf Download Link
Breakouts

Breakout C: Frailty as a co-morbidity

11:45 AM 12:45 PM Maynard room, ground floor

In this session we will look at approaches to support people who have frailty as one of their long-term conditions.

11.45am 
Welcome and introduction
Simon Bottery, Senior Fellow, Social Care, The King’s Fund

11.50am 
Frail elderly support in Leicestershire
  • Hear about the approach in Leicestershire aimed at supporting people with long-term conditions and frailty to improve health and wellbeing using care navigators, multidisciplinary teams and an integrated system approach.
Dr Ursula Montgomery, Chair, NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group 
Tamsin Hooton, Senior Responsible Officer and Director of Service Improvement and Redesign, NHS East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group 

12:05pm
Integrated frailty care at neighbourhood level
  • Learn about the way in which the frailty registers and other data is being used to tailor care to the individual needs of older frail people.
  • In Luton, community multidisciplinary teams meet to review patients three times a week (hospital geriatricians; ambulance, community and mental health and social care staff) and have daily safety huddles to problem-solve live issues to intervene in the most appropriate way.
Tracy Fitzsimmons, Programme Manager, Frailty Project, Cambridge Community Services

12.20pm 
Questions and discussion 

Speakers

Tamsin Hooton, LLR.pdf Download Link
Tracy Fitzsimmons, CCS.pdf Download Link

Lunch, exhibition and networking 

12:45 PM 02:00 PM Orangery, ground floor

Visit the exhibition stands and decide which of the 3 breakout sessions you would like to attend after lunch. No need to sign up in advance, just show up to the one you want (first-come, first-serve)
Breakouts

Session three:  Breakouts repeated

02:00 PM 03:00 PM

Breakout sessions are repeated. No need to sign up in advance, just show up to the one you want (first-come, first-serve).

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking 

03:00 PM 03:30 PM Orangery, ground floor

Refreshment break, exhibition and networking

Session four: Learning and next steps

03:30 PM 04:30 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

In this session we will reflect on the learning across integrated care for people with multiple long-term conditions and look at future work and next steps.

3
.30pm
Welcome back
Trevor Fernandes, Chair, Citizens’ Senate, Eastern Academic Health Science Network 

3.35pm 
Promising approaches for people with multiple long-term conditions
  • Hear about the work of the Taskforce on Multiple Conditions, a cross-sector partnership between The Richmond Group of Charities, the Royal College of General Practitioners and Guy's and St Thomas' Charity, looking at the nature and scale of the challenge of people living with multiple conditions, how it affects people’s lives and why the system struggles to respond.
Neil Tester, Director, The Richmond Group of Charities (confirmed)

3.55pm 
Discussion session
  • How can we tackle the workforce requirements to support people with multiple long-term conditions?
  • Where can health and care organisations work together to have the most impact on improving experiences for people living with multiple long-term conditions?
  • What is the one thing you would like to be fixed through better integrated working?
  • What is your positive takeaway from today’s discussions?

4.25pm
Closing comments
Mark Doughty, Senior Consultant, Leadership and Organisational Development, The King’s Fund (confirmed)


4.30pm
Close of conference

Speakers

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