How can voluntary organisations influence and shape health service transformation?

NCVO believes that charities can play an important role in the design of health and social care services, and can contribute to transformation processes that are taking place across England.

Date  12 September 2019
Time 10.00–16.00
Location NCVO Conference Suite, London N1 

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This event is part of Transforming Healthcare Together, a national programme of support for voluntary organisations and NHS organisations building partnerships to deliver the NHS Long Term Plan.

Outcomes

By the end of this workshop you will have increased knowledge and understanding of:

  • NHS structures
  • how the voluntary sector can respond to and align with statutory-sector priorities
  • the key components of good collaboration – with case studies.
  • what is working well in emerging partnerships and how challenges have been overcome.

Background

In 2018/19 NHS England provided funding and support to nine sustainability and transformation partnership (STP) areas that wished to engage better with their voluntary sector on system transformation. NHS England commissioned NCVO as its ‘learning partner’ to gather and disseminate the learning. This one-day workshop will some of the learning from these emerging partnerships.

Who should attend?

Voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations interested in influencing system transformation and working with public sector bodies to shape service design and delivery.

Who runs it?

Emma Baylin is NCVO’s content expert on health systems and commissioning, and the role of the voluntary sector in health service transformation. Emma has more than 25 years’ experience of working and volunteering in health and community organisations and is an experienced trainer delivering on topics such as evidencing impact, understanding data and understanding health and social care system transformation.

Timings

The training will run from 10.00 until 16.00. Refreshments available from 09:45.

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