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Two-day learning event on Outcomes with the Institute of Public Care
October 30, 2018 - October 31, 2018
The Institute of Public Care (IPC) at Oxford Brookes University is pleased to announce their latest learning event, Outcomes: What do we mean, How does it work?
Spread across two days (Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st October 2018) and to be held at the Clayton Hotel in Birmingham, the event sees the formal launch of Professor John Bolton’s new paper on best practice in outcome based care. Delegates will explore what outcomes are, and how practitioners can keep their processes, commissioning and services focused upon them.
As with previous IPC events, the activities will draw upon participant experiences and learning through short “show and tell” presentations, focused discussions and informal networking. The agenda will include:
- Who’s doing what, where and how in the world of outcomes — Prof. John Bolton
- Market Shaping for Outcomes — Isle of Wight Council
- Piloting different approaches to outcome focussed care — First City Nursing & Swindon Borough Council
- What role does CQC play in encouraging outcome based social care? — Dave James, Head of Adult Social Care Policy, CQC
IPC Partnership Members are entitled to some free places at this event — email firstname.lastname@example.org to check your entitlement. Supplementary places above your allocation will cost £157.50 for members, while non-members can secure a place for £225; please apply early via the booking form, as places are limited to a total of 40.
- October 30, 2018
- October 31, 2018
- Event Category:
- Institute of Public Care
- Clayton Hotel
Birmingham, B5 5JE United Kingdom + Google Map