Modelling our future community and primary care workforce

Mental health and learning disabilities: modelling our future community and primary care workforce to deliver the long term plan

When: 9.30am - 4pm, on Wednesday 13 March 2019
Where: Haydock Park Racecourse

The Innovation Agency have been tasked by Health Education England to develop an innovative and replicable workforce model to improve the health outcomes of individuals with mental health conditions and/or learning disabilities.

Working in partnership with the WRaPT team and GE Healthcare Partners we are developing a “best in class” model for delivering care for this population in Primary, Community and Social Care. The modelling will illustrate the skills and enabling factors needed to deliver excellent care up to 10 years in the future.

As part of this process we are hosting a workshop to explore how the future of care for these patients will be delivered, including topics such as:
Use of technology and digital resources
Developing additional skills within the existing workforce
Utilising community assets to improve wellbeing

The outputs from the workshop will play a key role in identifying key innovations in this area as well as exploring how these can be implemented and the potential impacts they would have on the communities they serve.
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