Beyond teams without walls: how to build integrated models of care
For primary and secondary care professionals
Thursday 6 June 2013
Royal College of Physicians
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As the boundaries between primary and secondary care blur, it’s vital that healthcare professionals are ready to respond to this in a way that ensures quality of care. This one-day conference is unique in bringing together primary and secondary care professionals in the same place to discuss how to work more collaboratively together. With sessions led by GP and consultant speaker teams, delegates will learn from real-life success stories of implementing models of integrated care across a range of common clinical conditions (including diabetes, headache, dementia, atrial fibrillation, COPD, Adolescence and more).
Why attend this conference?
Prepare yourself for the changing healthcare landscape through practical information including real-life case studies of consultant and GP collaboration and hear about how they made it work.
Learn about the most appropriate ways to improve quality of integrated care – through tried and tested means.
Benefit from a clinically-based and interactive programme – with take-away messages designed to be applicable to day-to-day practice.
Earn CPD credits and prepare for revalidation.
Network with colleagues from across primary and secondary care and have the opportunity to speak directly with those who have already successfully implemented collaborative care models.
Receive up to 6 CPD credits.
What past delegates have said:
“Excellent conference and lots of learning points to take away.” (2012 conference delegate).
The RCP would like to thank Aura Healthcare as a partner of the conference
We are pleased to offer a number of partnership opportunities for companies to be involved with the conference. Further details are available below.
Primary care team members.