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Webinars and social media networking 2014-15

NHSCSI creates webinars that offer learning opportunities to discuss ideas in a live format. These range from issues such unlocking evidence of best practice, better relationships and breaking down boundaries.

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The Improving Rehabilitation Services Community of Practice held a series of four webinars that offered learning and an opportunity to discuss ideas in a live format.

Each of these webinars was provided by the NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service in partnership with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and supported by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.

'Managing Relationships for Transition' 

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The fourth webinar explored two examples of how rehabilitation service providers have carried out service improvements across a pathway.  In particular the webinar discussed how they are improving transition for people who use the service. Speakers:

  • Dr Karen Robb Regional Rehabilitation Lead for NHS England in London
  • Rebekah Haylett Trauma Critical Care Physiotherapist, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Sarah Sewell Regional Rehabilitation Lead for NHS England North
  • Jacqueline Claydon Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Team Lead and Senior Research Physiotherapist, Newcastle Upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dawn Smith Lead associate for NHSCSI

Issues discussed:

  • enablers and obstacles to improving transition for people at different points in a pathway
  • issues pertinent to working in partnership to improve transitions between rehabilitation services in different organisations
  • ensuring the sharing of skills and expertise across providers to ensure effective transition

 

'Integration in Action:  Breaking Down Boundaries'

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The third webinar explored two examples of how service providers have carried out service improvements across health, social care and the voluntary sector. Speakers:

  • Dr Karen Robb Regional Lead for Rehabilitation London
  • Bernadette Kennedy St. George's Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Dr Joanne Fillingham Regional Lead for Rehabilitation Midlands and East
  • Alison Shortman Staffordshire and Stoke On Trent Partnership Trust
  • Jane Nicklin Senior Associate for NHSCSI

Issues discussed:

  • achieving collaboration across organisational boundaries
  • delivering an enabling model of rehabilitation
  • maintaining momentum when undertaking service improvement
  • the leadership required to enable success

 

‘Unlocking Evidence of Best Practice’

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This was the second of four webinars being delivered by NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service (NHSCSI) in partnership with the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and supported by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. Speakers:

  • Colonel John Etherington OBE National Clinical Director for Rehabilitation and Recovering in the Community for NHS England
  • Joanna Goodrich Research and Development Manager, Point of Care Foundation
  • Dr Hazel Roddam Speech and language therapist at the Allied Health Professions Research Unit
  • Dawn Smith Lead associate for NHSCSI

Issues discussed:

  • considering the barriers (implicit and explicit), which prevent the sharing of evidence of best practice that would lead to the scaling up of ideas across the system
  • considering what is evidence and encourage thinking about the equally valuable but different roles of numerical and ‘softer’ data to describe effective rehabilitation to others
  • exploring ways of overcoming these barriers in order to support implementation of innovation and best practice at speed and scale

 

Making Rehabilitation Work Better for People

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This webinar considered how changes can be made that better support people to return to meaningful occupation, including education and work. It also shared information about NHS England’s Improving Rehabilitation Services programme and how you can get involved. Speakers:

  • Penny Roberts Service user member of the NHS England Improving Rehabilitation Services Delivery Board
  • Jon Barrick Chief Executive of the Stroke Association
  • Lindsey Hughes Rehabilitation Programme Lead NHS England
  • Jane Nicklin Senior Associate NHSCSI

At the end of the webinar participants will:

  • understand the need to share best practice and innovation across the system and what this would mean to people who require rehabilitation
  • be encouraged to share best practice with others and, in particular, via the Improving Rehabilitation Services Community of Practice (IRSCOP) including its online forum, collection of ‘soft intelligence’ and snapshots of good practice
  • be aware of the importance of a person centred approach in supporting return to occupation
  • be aware of the role of all sectors in improving rehabilitation to support return to occupation and the opportunities for partnership working
  • be aware of the structure put in place to support innovation and dissemination of good rehabilitation
  • understand how to engage with both national and regional work

 

To find out more, go to:

What is the NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service

NHSCSI National Rehabilitation Networking Event 8 June 2016

Commissioning Guidance for Rehabilitation - March 2016

Rehabilitation is everyone’s business: Principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation

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