Almost everyone working in health and care agrees that users’ experiences should drive the design and improvement of services. There are strong moral and ethical reasons for listening to people’s voices, but, in the current context of the health and care system, how can services ensure that listening to people’s voices is a priority and leads to meaningful change?
The National Children and Adult Services Conference is a must-attend event for councillors, directors, senior officers, directors of public health, policy makers and service managers, and any individuals or organisations with responsibilities for children and adult services in the statutory, voluntary and private sector.
A transformative programme enabling senior leaders to collaborate effectively across the newly integrated health and care landscape. Designed to give participants the opportunity to consider how to best lead the new integrated care systems (ICSs) to ensure the health needs of the population are met today and in the future.