Leading change with people and communities

4 March 2020 10:30am – 4:15pm
De Vere West One, 9-10 Portland Place, London, W1B 1PR, United Kingdom
Calendar 2020-03-04 10:30:00 2020-03-04 16:15:00 Europe/London Leading change with people and communities For event information please visit: https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/77703 De Vere West One, 9-10 Portland Place, London, W1B 1PR, United Kingdom Contact
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As part of the new Engagement Practitioners' Network for staff working in health and care, NHS England and NHS Improvement are delighted to invite you to Leading Change with People and Communities, our 2020 spotlight improvement events.

These events will be a fabulous opportunity to explore the latest thinking about working in genuine partnership with people and communities. Together we will challenge traditional ways of thinking, share our tools and insights, and generate new ideas for change.

We will be launching the national Engagement Practitioners' Network at these events.  Find out more about how this new peer led network will help you to access the latest resources, support and thinking about working in partnership with people and communities.

Participants will:

  • Hear new thinking from radical thinkers and practitioners.
  • Take-away information and resources about practical approaches to improving our work with people and communities.
  • Connect with colleagues to develop our thinking together.

These events are for practitioners working in engagement roles in:

  • CCGs, NHS Provider Trusts and NHS Foundation Trusts
  • Primary Care Networks
  • Academic Health Science Networks
  • Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships (STPs) and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs)
  • Health research organisations
  • Local Government
  • Social care
  • Voluntary Sector and Social Enterprise organisations
  • Local Healthwatch

This event will be co-chaired by (Gabrielle Mathews, youngest member of the NHS Assembly and alumni member of the NHS Youth Forum) and Olivia Butterworth, Head of Public Participation (NHS England and Improvement).

Speaker at the event:

Sunny Dhadley

Sunny Dhadley is a TEDx/motivational speaker, systems analyst and social impact/consultant - with lived experience of addiction. Until recently Sunny worked within the substance misuse sector for 12 years, successfully developing a multi-award winning peer-led community in Wolverhampton called SUIT. SUIT supported people affected by addiction and associated harms and raised learned solutions at a national strategic level.

Vikesh Sharma

Vikesh is a GP at the Grantham Practice in Stockwell. Vikesh will talk about work in Lambeth to take a household approach to addressing health inequalities within the Portuguese Speaking Community in Lambeth.

Workshops:

Please select one morning workshop and one afternoon workshop when booking your ticket:

Morning Workshops:

  • A van that can: Learn all about Chatty Van, the new team member at Healthwatch Cumbria and the difference Chatty has made, particularly for rural communities.
  • Citizens as leaders: This interactive session will feature a range of different examples of nurturing citizen leadership in a changing system.
  • People first: collaborative approaches in health and care. An interactive session providing an overview of co-production and asset-based approaches and exploring together how these ideas could help drive change in the way services work with people and communities
  • Deliberative engagement methods: Deliberative engagement like citizens juries and assemblies are being increasingly used to support decision-making in public policy. Find out what’s involved, what you can get out of deliberative approaches, and how you might use them in your work.
  • Communities of abundance: Co-creating the space for a change movement in primary care that connects people and communities to tackle health inequalities.  Learning from GPs at the Deep End and Community Voices Programmes.

Afternoon workshops:

  • Communities of abundance: Co-creating the space for a change movement in primary care that connects people and communities to tackle health inequalities.  Learning from GPs at the Deep End and Community Voices Programmes.
  • Our shared purpose: Practical approaches to engaging the VCSE sector across STPs/ICS’, at system, place and neighbourhood level. Including hearing from areas that are embedding VCSE engagement.
  • Understanding how we support better digital engagement: How can we support each other to develop our use of digital engagement?
  • The richest insight: How to access, use and understand existing insight to support better engagement.
  • Leading difficult conversations: Exploring difficult conversations in the context of engagement and what might help.

Event start time is 10:30am (Registration from 9:45am).

How to book

  1. Please select the quantity of tickets you would like to book
  2. Click 'book now'
  3. Complete the personal information 
  4. Select a morning and afternoon workshop
  5. Click 'Book Now'
  6. Log in to your account or if you do not have an account please create one.
  7. Complete booking process

Questions about this event?

Name: Megan Plummer

Email: england.engagement@nhs.net

Telephone: 07568431678

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