12/12/2019 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
St Vincent's Centre, Carlisle Place, London SW1P 1NL
About this event
Healthy London Partnership Children and Young People’s team held a workshop on Thursday 12 December on ‘Developing a workforce to improve outcomes in children and young people’s health’. At the end of the workshop there was a round table discussion looking at possible actions that could be taken at pan London, STP and local level.
Introduction, welcome and scene setting, Mo Akindolie, CYP Clinical Director HLP and Tracy Parr, Director of Transformation HLP
Developing a workforce to improve outcomes in children and young people’s health, James Cain, Interim Head of Programme Delivery, HEE, Lydia Lofton, Workforce Transformation Lead, HEE and Richard Ansell, Workforce Analytics and Intelligence, HEE
Transforming services for families with children 0-19, Catherine Drake Wilkes, Family Hub Manager, Westminster and Our journey towards integration, Jayne Vertkin, Head of Early Help, Family Services, Westminster
Improving the workforce though an integrated service delivery model in Barking and Dagenham – Early Years Transformation Academy, Joy Coutts, Head of Children’s Universal Services, Barking and Dagenham, North East London Foundation Trust
Using data to plan for the child health workforce, Marie Rogers, Workforce Manager, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and RCPCH Ambassador’s Programme, Grace Brown, Policy Officer, RCPCH
Providing assessment and treatment for children at home (PATCH) developing an innovative resilient workforce, Fran Cleugh, Head of Specialty Paediatric Emergency Medicine, Associate Medical Director Quality Improvement, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Community Champions, Mando Watson, Connecting Care for Children, St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Arpana Soni, Registrar, Integrated Care Fellow, ICHT
Improving school nursing workforce though digital transformation, Kathryn Dean, Practice Development School Nursing, Evelina London
Embedding new roles in Primary Care Networks, Jonathan Sampson, Healthy London Partnership
Recruiting our future workforce: SWL Board game, Sue Nicol – Director of Workforce and Organisational Development, SW London Alliance
Roundtable discussion: What actions can we take to address at a Pan London, STP and local level?