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ALLIANCE Live: The Grampian House of Care Journey

Section: Self Management and Co-Production Hub Location: Online Date of event: 14/11/2019 at 3 - 3.30pm

Presentation and Q&A webinar on the challenges and successes experienced by the NHS Grampian team implementing House of Care.

The NHS Grampian House of Care team will share some of the challenges and successes they have experienced over the preceding few years.

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Dr Hannah Robertson will be able to share how and why House of Care was prioritised as a significant project as well as offer insight into initial pieces of work to share the House of Care principles in Secondary Care.

Kirsteen Coady will provide first hand insight on how she was able to instigate the rest of her practice to take up the challenge to implement House of Care.

Alison Hannan will share where the Grampian House of Care journey is currently with an overview of the implementation to date and potential future developments. Alison will introduce Ian Matheson, a patient from Kincorth and Cove Medical Centre who will be able to share his personal story receiving Care and Support Planning through the House of Care framework.

Participants are encouraged to pose questions to panellists during the presentation element of the webinar. These will be used for the Q&A section of the activity. Information on how to do that will be given during the welcome and introduction.

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Speaker Bios

Alison Hannan BA Hons, PGCert, PRINCE2

Public Health Practitioner – Advanced for NHS Grampian Public Health Directorate

Alison has over 10 years of extensive project management experience coupled with community development and health promotion. Many of her projects have involved redesign of services and managing change within a workforce environment.  Alison has worked across multiple partnerships and has utilised her community engagement skills to bring together successful multi-agency projects. In 2018 Alsion became a Public Health Practitioner Advanced with a remit to project manage House of Care implementation across Grampian. As well as supporting the health boards Supported Self-Management Agenda. Alison is also a certified Year of Care Trainer to deliver Care and Support Planning training.

Kirsteen Coady QN RN, BA Community Nursing (General Practice Nursing (GPN)) with Specialist Practice, BA Professional Studies with Advanced Practice and RCN Nurse Practitioner Award.  Practice Teacher.

Queen’s Nurse, Advanced Nurse Practitioner.  NES educational Advisor and Supervisor for GPNs. HOC trainer for NHSG., Grampian Practice Group (GPNG) Chair.

Kirsteen has 10 years experience of being an Advanced Nurse Practitioner.  Her experience lies within General Practice Nursing (since 1994) and leadership roles within General Practice Nursing and the management of long-term conditions. Kirsteen became a NES Educational Advisor in 2011 and represents Grampian within her role and she then became an Educational Supervisor in 2012. In 2018 Kirsteen became a Queen’s Nurse, focussing on excellence within community nursing and her project was to implement the House of Care model in practice and to promote Care and Support planning into everyday consultations for those with long term conditions.

Dr Hannah Robertson MBChB, BSc(Hons), FRCPE

Consultant in Diabetes and General Internal Medicine. NHS Grampian Clinical Lead for Supported Self Management, Diabetes MCN Secondary Care Lead, Honorary Clinical Lecturer University of Aberdeen, GP Specialist Trainee Clinical Supervisor.

Dr Hannah Robertson completed her undergraduate training at the University of Glasgow with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Medicine. Postgraduate training was predominantly in Grampian but part of her higher specialist training was done in Perth, Western Australia. Since 2014 she has been a Consultant in Diabetes and General Internal Medicine based in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary with part of her role being from the Public Health directorate promoting the implementation of supported self-management in Grampian. It was apparent to her that offering House of Care Training for Care and Support Planning could offer many benefits to Grampian. As well as delivering the House of Care training to primary care she has also promoted supporting self management in the context of secondary care.

Ian Matheson

A member of Kincorth and Cove Medical Centre who will be sharing his personal story of receiving Care and Support Planning through the House of Care framework.

Event details

Date:14/11/2019
Time:3 - 3.30pm

For more details contact

Email address:live@alliance-scotland.org.uk
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