Join us at the Health Plus Care conference 2022, taking place on 18-19 May at ExCeL in London.
Returning as a face-to-face event after a three year absence, the conference aims to provide opportunities for the NHS to come together to reflect, respond and reorganise following the challenges of the past two years.
The two days will feature a variety of talks and sessions across three programmes:
- The Healthcare Show
- The Residential & Care Home Show
- Digital Healthcare Show
Come and hear from our experts from across the AHSN Network on both days, covering a variety of topics including transformation, integrated care, digital healthcare and building a net zero NHS.
AHSN speakers on the agenda are as follows:
9:15-9:45am (Transformation Theatre)
Healthcare innovation to support the drive to Net Zero – Kathy Scott, Director of Operations and Deputy CEO, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN
1:30-2pm (Digital keynote theatre)
Aligning the digital and life sciences agendas – Neville Young, Director of Enterprise Innovation, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN and Jeanette Kusel, Acting Interim Director for MedTech and Digital, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
2:15–2:45pm (Care Quality & Efficiency Theatre)
Remote monitoring in Care Homes – Sarah Armstrong, GP and Clinical Lead for Deterioration, UCLPartners; Dr Shani Gray, GP and North Central London clinical lead for remote monitoring in care homes; Louise Keane, Nurse Education Lead, North Central London Training Hub
4-4:45pm (Care Quality and Efficiency Theatre)
Diversity and Inclusion (pre recorded session) – Richard Stubbs, CEO, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN and Vice Chair, the AHSN Network
10-10:45am (Clinical Priorities)
Transforming CVD Prevention: the UCLPartners Proactive Care Frameworks – Dr Matt Kearney, Programme Director for CVD Prevention and Proactive Care, UCLPartners; Helen Williams, Consultant Pharmacist and National Specialty Adviser for CVD Prevention, SEL CCG, UCLPartners and NHSE&I; Dr Shahed Ahmad, National Clinical Director for CVD Programme – NHS England and NHS Improvement
10:45-11:30am (Keynote Theatre)
Panel Discussion: Response to the pandemic: what we have learned and what needs to change as a result (including 5-10 mins Q&A) – Richard Stubbs, CEO, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN and Vice Chair, the AHSN Network
12-12:45pm (Integrated Care Theatre)
ICS – spread and adoption – Anna Johnson, Partnership Director, South West AHSN
1-1:30pm (Digital Transformation Theatre)
Creating a responsive, inclusive transformation team – Dr Rishi Das Gupta, Chief Executive, Health Innovation Network
2:30-3:15pm (Clinical Priorities)
Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes at Scale – the National Blood Pressure Optimisation Programme – Dr Matt Kearney, Programme Director for CVD Prevention and Proactive Care, UCLPartners; Helen Williams, Consultant Pharmacist and National Specialty Adviser for CVD Prevention, SEL CCG, UCLPartners and NHSE&I; Kate Phillips, National CVD Programme Manager
3-3:45pm (Digital Health Keynote Theatre)
Using innovation to address health care needs and inequalities in the wake of the pandemic – Professor Gary Ford, Chief Executive Officer, Oxford AHSN and Chair, the AHSN Network
2:30-3:15pm (Care Quality and Efficiency Theatre)
The role of place-based partnerships in tackling health inequalities (pre recorded session) – Dr Sean Clarkson, Head of Strategic Operations, Yorkshire & Humber AHSN
The event is free for UK care, healthcare and allied healthcare professionals. Register to attend.