PCI conference 8 June

Free Personalised Care conference to support the health and care workforce

Health and care professionals are invited to ‘Personalised Care at Scale’, a free virtual conference to support multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) in the delivery of personalised care – which leads to better patient outcomes and improved job satisfaction.

Organised by the NHS-endorsed Personalised Care Institute (PCI) and taking place at 9am-1pm on 8th June 2022 – the day before “What Matters To You?” Day – the conference will allow attendees to explore how personalised care aligns with their own values, hear examples of innovation and best practice and consider how they can be part of the movement to deliver personalised care at scale.

The opening keynote will be delivered by Rachael Moses, Head of Clinical Leadership for the NHS Leadership Academy and National Clinical Advisor – Personalised Care for NHS England and NHS Improvement, who will discuss how personalised care can be embedded within MDTs for more effective interactions. The second keynote will come from Dr Arti Maini, Deputy Director of Undergraduate Primary Care Education and Coaching Lead for the Medical Education, Innovation and Research Centre (MEdiC) at Imperial College London and will cover coaching approaches in medical education.

Other guest speakers include people with lived experience, academics and health and care professionals from a range of disciplines including nursing, general practice, physiotherapy and social prescribing. 

The event is designed to support health and care professionals in a range of roles including clinical, academic and managerial and will have a particular focus on innovation, integration and ways of working.

Dr Emma Hyde, Clinical Director of the PCI, said: “Studies show that personalised care can lead to better health outcomes and improved experiences for patients and clinicians and evidence suggests that as many as 15m people in England would benefit from personalised care¹.

“However, personalised care interventions are reliant on the skills of those delivering them. Personalised Care at Scale will bring together a range of voices and experiences to better equip healthcare professionals in clinical, academic and managerial roles to embed its principles.”

To register for the free Personalised Care at Scale virtual conference – which is limited to 1,000 places – visit here.

To access more than 100 resources including free eLearning courses from the PCI visit here.

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