Tue, 25 Feb 2020
9:45 - 16:15
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.
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.
This event will be co-chaired by Brad Gudger (Youth Advisor at NHS England) and Olivia Butterworth, Head of Public Participation (NHS England and Improvement).
Speakers at the event:
Professor Donna Hall CBE
Donna has been described as a "public service pioneer" by the Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham. She was CEO of Wigan Council for 8 years and developed The Wigan Deal - a new relationship with residents which delivered £160m savings, improved services and resident satisfaction. She was also Accountable Officer for Wigan CCG. She is now chair of the new Local Government Network and the Chair of Bolton NHS Foundation Trust. Adopted as a child, she is passionate about person-centred Public services and communities.
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.
How to book / contact details:
Who is the event for:
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
Voluntary Sector and Social Enterprise organisations