DIALOGUE BETWEEN PATIENTS AND HEALTHCARE

DIALOGUE BETWEEN PATIENTS AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALSRECIPROCAL ILLUMINATION
How patients, healthcare practitioners, researchers and educationalists
can work together to deliver better health and safer care
WEDNESDAY 17 TH JUNE 2015, 12.30-5.00PM
G64, SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON
ST MARY’S HOSPITAL, LONDON W2 1NY
PROGRAMME
12.30 Buffet lunch - Animation of patient stories from Perinatal Mental Health
CEPN project - Louise Page, West Middlesex University Hospital Trust
1.00
Welcome and introduction – Professor Jenny Higham,
1.05
Reciprocal illumination- Professor Roger Kneebone, Professor of Surgical
Education, Imperial College
1.30
Developing the dialogue - Introduction- Sally Malin, Vice Chair, Health
Education North West London
Healthy communities – 1.40 – 2.00
- Samira Ben Omar, Assistant Director, Patient Experience and Equalities,
CWHHE CCGs
- Christine Mead, Behaviour Change Commissioner, Triborough Public
Health Department
- Mando Watson, Consultant Paediatrician, St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial
College Healthcare
Service transformation – 2.00 – 2.40
- Jocelyn Cornwell, Chief Executive, Point Of Care Foundation
- Rachel Matthews & lay colleagues - NIHR Collaboration for Leadership
in Applied Health research and Care
Patients as educators – 2.40 – 3.05
- Suzanne Redmond – Founder and Chair of Full of Life
- Imperial teacher – Developing communication skills using realistic
scenarios
Patients and research – 3.05 – 3.30
- Dr Markella Boudioni, Patient and Public Involvement Manager,
Imperial College
3.30
A media perspective- Hugh Pym, BBC Health Editor
3.45
Tea
4.00
Identifying pathways to progress and next steps
Facilitated table discussions to identify two action points for each of the
following:
a) Sharing learning b) Sharing resources c) Sharing opportunities for
involvement d) Learning, development and support needs for healthcare
professionals and for lay partners
4.30
Conference Chair’s summary of next steps, close and thanks – Professor
Jenny Higham
4.40
Refreshments and opportunities for continued networking until 5pm
‘The People who are keeping me alive’: Display of art in hospitals- Kelly Gleason,
CRUK Senior Nurse, Imperial College London, Department of Cancer and Surgery
AIMS
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Affirm importance to HENWL, Imperial College and partner organisations of
patient and public engagement to deliver better, safer care
Affirm relevance of “reciprocal illumination” in NWL for delivery of the Five Year
Forward View across: healthy communities; service redesign; patients as
educators; patients &research
Bring together lay people and professionals involved in patient and public
engagement in NWL and catalyse formation of productive networks
Identify learning from patient and public engagement to date that will inform
future work
Identify pathways to progress and next steps
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