Shaping the future workforce to support new models of care Kings Fund Conference 22 October, London
This one-day conference will look at how the workforce needs to adapt and change to support new models of service provision. For example, to support more integrated care; moves from hospital-based services to community-based services; and co-ordinated provision across primary, acute, and community services seven days a week.
Timed to coincide with The King’s Fund research on specialists working in out-of-hospital settings, this conference will share new research into how specialists are helping to bridge the gap between primary and secondary care and deliver more patient-focused and integrated care.
This conference will also explore how to:
- implement a high-level workforce model to support the spread and adoption of seven-day services
- redesign existing roles and developing new positions spanning health and social care to facilitate greater integration
- develop the role of nursing and physicians assistants in primary care settings.
This conference provides a key opportunity to gain new and practical insights to shape your workforce to support new models of care.
This event will be of interest to acute, primary, community, mental health and social care services, and voluntary sector including: senior management teams; strategy, transformation and planning directors; clinical leaders; HR , workforce development, training and education, learning and development teams.
Attendee fees apply