The workshops are intended to provide an opportunity for clinicians and system leaders to explore how technology can be used to change the lives of patients with multiple long term conditions (3 or more) physical and mental health. If you are involved in the early neighbourhood sites for Active Support and Recovery then this event will be particularly relevant to you due to connections between the two strategies.
The sessions are aimed at all clinicians and system leaders – including GPs, practice nurses, practice managers, relevant hospital specialists, speciality nurses, team leaders with a community focus, community services, social care and voluntary sector.
The objectives for the session are:
- To gain a shared understanding of the Sheffield Test Bed (The Perfect Patient Pathway) and opportunities for clinicians and practitioners to enhance provision of care for patients
- For practitioners, clinicians, technology partners and other key stakeholders to work collaboratively to contribute to the development of the Test Bed plan
- To better understand the challenges of The Perfect Patient Pathway programme as the first of a number of opportunities to enable technology integration and implementation at the Sheffield locality level.
Thursday, 12 May 2016 from 13:00 to 16:00 (BST)
The Source at Meadowhall – 300 Meadowhall Way, Sheffield, S9 1EA