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  • Thu
    13
    Apr
    2017

    Dementia 2020 Implementing the Challenge

    08.15-16.45Royal Society of Medicine, London

    Govconnect is a social enterprise dedicated to assisting the wide range of organisations in the UK & EU challenged with delivering health and social care policy. We seek to ensure that the vision for Health and Care is delivered upon across all UK and European geographies and administrations.

    Through a series of strategic conferences and accompanying digital and social engagement strategies, Govconnect will provide a platform to drive greater collaboration.

    In turn, it is hoped that models of care can be improved upon, partnerships strengthened and that through engagement with local communities and their local and national delivery agents tasked with the provision of Health & Care; the quality of patient experience, safety, and care is enhanced.

    Through our inaugural conference in London and the accompanying Northern version, we have ensured that the leading stakeholders are convened to discuss the progressions to date. These activities have empowered hundreds of health and care professionals with valuable insight on future policy aspirations for 2020 and beyond. The huge success of these initiatives have also enabled Govconnect to utilise its social status and reinvest back into many community projects and National charities.

    To ensure that we deliver on our pledge we are urging policy makers, government departments and all responsible agencies and organisations to work with us on these unique set of challenges.

    As one of the UK’s fastest growing social enterprises we work with a range of local community projects on issues linked to Dementia, in addition to investing our profits to key research charities and many other worthy causes.

    Dementia 2020 Plenary

    08:15-09:00 Registration & Networking
    09:00-10:05 1st Morning Plenary
    09:00 Chair`s Opening Address
     
    Angela Rippon OBE (confirmed)
    Co-chair, Dementia Friendly Communities Champions Group
    09:10 Keynote Address - Continuing the UK’s Global Leadership role
     
    David Nuttall (invited)
    Deputy Director - Dementia Policy, Department of Health
    09:25 Dementia Awareness and Social Action
     
    Kathryn Smith (confirmed)
    Director of Operations, Alzheimer`s Society
    09:45 NICE guidance on mid-life approaches to delay or prevent the onset of dementia
     
    Professor Gillian Leng CBE (confirmed)
    Director for Health and Social Care, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
    10:05-10:20 Morning Q&A Panel Debate 1
    10:20-10:30 Comfort Break
    10:30-11:30 2nd Morning Plenary
    10:30 Increased Investment in Dementia Research
     
    Dr David Reynolds (confirmed)
    Chief Scientific Officer, Alzheimer`s Research UK
    10:50 NHS England CCG Improvement and Assessment Framework
     
    Professor Alistair Burns CBE (confirmed)
    National Clinical Director for Dementia, NHS England
    11:10 Public Health England Dementia Intelligence Network
     
    Dr Charles Alessi (confirmed)
    Senior Advisor and Lead for Dementia, Public Health England
    11:30-11:45 Morning Q&A Panel Debate 2
    11:45-12:10 Coffee & Networking
    12:10-12:35 Case Study 1 - Innovations in Drug Discovery
    12:35-13:00 Case Study 2 - Investing in Dementia Research
    13:00-14:00 Lunch in the Network Surgery
    14:00-15:10 1st Afternoon Plenary
    14:05 Chair`s Introduction to the Afternoon
     
    Angela Rippon OBE (confirmed)
    Co-chair, Dementia Friendly Communities Champions Group
    14:15 Keynote Address - Creating dementia friendly communities
     
    Sarah Pickup OBE (confirmed)
    Deputy Chief Executive, Local Government Association
    14:30 Involving people who use services – ‘Experts by Experience’
     
    Andrea Sutcliffe (confirmed)
    Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, Care Quality Commission
    14:50 Reducing health inequalities
     
    A Representative (invited)
    To be confirmed, Health Education England
    15:10-15:25 Afternoon Q&A Panel Debate
    15:25-15:35 Comfort Break
    15:35-16:20 3 Workshops - Engaging with people with dementia and carers
    15:35 People with dementia living independently for longer
     
    Hilda Hayo (confirmed)
    CEO, Dementia UK
    15:35 Advanced care planning
     
    Jean Tottie (confirmed)
    Chair & Director, tide – ‘together in dementia everyday’
    15:35 Better support for people with dementia and their carers
     
    Rachael Litherland (confirmed)
    Coordinator, The Dementia Engagement & Empowerment Project (DEEP)
    16:20-16:45 Coffee, Networking & Prize Draw

     

    For more information please follow the link: http://2017.dementia2020.co.uk/index.php?alias=our-mission-2017&option=com_content&view=article&id=40&Itemid=181

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