Webinar: Supporting communities to stay well and access support over the winter months

Colleagues from NHS England share key advice and information for individuals and communities to remain well outside of hospital.

Date 27 November 2019
Time 15.00–16.00

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This event was postponed from its previously scheduled date of 5 November. If you had previously registered for this event and would still like to attend, please register again.

During winter months hospitals can struggle to deal with the increasing demand for support. To ensure that people say well and access the support they need when they need it, we need the whole health and social care system to work together. This means everyone from hospitals, GP practices and community pharmacies, to national charities and local community groups.

VCSE organisations are embedded in communities and often interact with individuals before they come to the door of health services. This means they are uniquely placed to support people to stay well outside of hospital. Where going to hospital is best option for individuals, there is a role for the VCSE sector in supporting people when they go home. VCSE organisations also experience increased demand in winter, so it is vital for the voluntary and statutory sectors to share learning about what works and how to collaborate.

In this webinar colleagues from NHS England will share key advice and messages to give to individuals and communities to help them to stay well outside of hospital. We will also hear from charities on how they approach supporting communities during the winter months, and the support they need to do this well.

The webinar will last for one hour. Please follow this link to register.

Who should join the webinar?

This webinar is suitable for voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations and statutory partners.

Speakers

  • Jo Boswell, Energy Team Manager, CAB Manchester
  • Cathy Deplessis, Director, Southwark Pensioners’ Centre
  • Emma Easton, Head of Voluntary Partnerships, NHS England and NHS Improvement
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