Reducing trips to A&E is the focus of the Unplanned Care Congress, which aims to help healthcare professionals reduce the 23.8 million attendances in Accident and Emergency which were seen in 2017-18.
Following on from three highly successful and well followed urgent care conferences, Convenzis are proud to share details of the Unplanned Care Congress: Improving Flow & Reducing Statistics.
Across the NHS, staff work around the clock to deliver the best possible care to more patients than ever before, but it’s becoming increasingly difficult as demand continues to rise.
Taking place on 14-15 November at Whittlebury Park, Northampton, the Mental Health & Dementia Facilities Forum is the ideal platform to hear from experts, explore suppliers, network with your fellow healthcare professionals. It has been specifically developed to help you to fund, deliver and manage the estates and facilities in this vital and diverse sector.
The provision of mental health and dementia facilities is set to undergo one of the biggest transformations in recent history with the Government’s pledge to invest £3.9bn to accelerate the NHS estate. This injection of funds will result in around 2 million more people who suffer from anxiety, depression or other problems receiving much-needed help.
Sunrise Senior Living UK and Gracewell Healthcare have celebrated brilliance across the organisation, at their annual Excellence Awards Ceremony.
The event, which was part of their 2020 UK Kick Off Leadership Conference, brought together General Managers, Deputy Managers, Sales Leaders and Senior Support Office Managers.
The Excellence Awards recognised and celebrated the outstanding achievements of team members during 2019. The awards were split over numerous categories, including two new awards: Activities Champion and Team Member Leader.
Naidex is Europe's most established event dedicated to the disability and independent living industries, taking place this 17th & 18th of March. Showcasing the latest innovations in mobility, care, rehab, assistive technology, accessible design and more, the show brings together visitors into the halls of Birmingham’s NEC for two days of opportunities, innovation, discovery and education.
As technology continues to evolve and society advances towards inclusion and accessibility, Naidex sets itself as the point of reference for the future trends set to take over the independent living and healthcare sectors. Boasting hundreds of world-class suppliers, educational seminars, expert-led panel debates and countless educational features, Naidex is a must-attend for anyone who is a professional from the health and care sector.
The Care Sector Fundraising Ball, which this year raised a staggering £200,000 for charities in the care sector, will take place for the third time in 2020. The organisers have confirmed that the charity beneficiaries for the 2020 event will be the Care Workers Charity and Alzheimer’s Society.
Organisers of the fundraising ball confirmed the plans for next year’s bash on Wednesday. The announcement was made at HealthInvestor Power 50, where funds raised from this year’s ball were awarded to the two partner charities. The Alzheimer’s Society and The Care Workers’ Charity each received £100,000, and it has been confirmed that they will be the partner charities for the ball in 2020.
The Future of Care Conference is pleased to announce that broadcaster and TV presenter, Fiona Phillips, has been confirmed as chair for the event on 3rd March 2020 at The King’s Fund, London.
The Conference is curated especially for care home owners, managers and leaders in the care industry with the aim to bring together the sector in the positive way.
Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from a carefully selected programme of industry speakers as well as participate in two subject related panel debates and three fireside chats.
Care Roadshows London is hosting a seminar which hopes to answer what it takes to deliver outstanding care.
The free regional care events are coming to Epsom Downs Racecourse on Tuesday 19th November and are open to all care professionals, managers and care business owners. Designed specifically for the care sector, the one day event includes informative seminars and workshops as well as offering the opportunity to source new suppliers and services.
Speaking at the event will be CQC Inspection Managers, Kima Sutherland-Dee and Natalie Reed, who will be exploring the topic.
NACC Training & Development Forum 2019: supporting care caterers in continued challenging times
The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) Training & Development Forum returns to the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, on 9-11 October 2019.
As care caterers continue to be challenged by political and economic instability, the unique training event is more relevant and essential than ever.
With a clear objective to inform, update, support and inspire care catering professionals, the dynamic interactive event offers new perspectives, ideas and solutions on the latest innovations, challenges and guidelines to boost a business’ catering provision.
Delegates will enjoy and benefit from a diverse programme featuring a mix of relevant and uplifting speakers, training workshops, live culinary demonstrations, one-to-one supplier meetings and supplier exhibition.
A GLASTONBURY inspired mini-festival took place at a Tyneside care home as part of Care Home Open Day.
The annual mega-festival at Worthy Farm, in Somerset, which took place last week, gave residents and staff at a care home over 300-miles away the idea of holding their own event.
Music and arts activities were available to residents and visitors at Waverley Lodge Care Home, in Lemington, near Newcastle, on Care Home Open Day, which sees homes across the country welcoming the public through their doors.
Singer Christina Rosemont performed classics from the 1950s to 1970s in the home’s garden – with residents enjoying the sunshine while listening to some of their favourite songs.
Get to know your neighbours with a Big Lunch, says Live-in care provider
Live-in care provider celebrate their community by treating residents to a Big Lunch with their neighbours.
The Big Lunch is the biggest annual get together for neighbours and aims to bring communities together whilst enjoying food.
This year on 1-2 June, Promedica24 supported the campaign, organised by The Eden Project, by providing clients with gift vouchers to hold their own Big Lunch.
Edgar Moss, a Promedica24 resident from Fordingbridge, Dorset, thanked the team for his voucher and said the offer was one he could not refuse.
Moving and Handling People 2019 returns for its 25thyear on 7th and 8th August with an optionalNew Products Showcaseon the evening of the 6th. Moving & Handling Peopleis a CPD-accredited event focussing on positive solutions for practitioners and clients organised by the Disabled Living Foundation (DLF).
This year’s conference includes a new line-up of speakers and fresh up-to-the-minute talks along with plenaries, seminars and hands-on workshops. For those interested in paediatrics, new opportunities to attend a workshop more relevant to their field have been added; half the workshops will have a separate adult’s and children’s strand to enable further specialisation.
DLF also celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2019 and is inviting delegates to reflect back on the past 50 years by looking at the developments of equipment and techniques within the world of moving and handling. What lessons have we learnt from past techniques and how this has informed our practice for the future?
Future Healthcare is the UK’s only exhibition and conference showcasing healthcare products and services to a global audience. Taking place at Olympia London from 18-19 March 2019, Future Healthcare gathers more than 4,000 buyers from 65 countries for two days of education, networking and cross border purchasing. The event is organised in association with UKIHMA – a strategic partner of Healthcare UK, a UK government trade promotion organisation jointly funded by the Department for International Trade, the Department of Health and NHS England.
Event Director, Dawn Barclay-Ross said: “Gathering thousands of buyers from around the world, Future Healthcare 2019 is a fantastic springboard for suppliers to find new business on the international stage.”
Future Healthcare 2019 is a unique opportunity for healthcare products and service providers to showcase their solutions on a global scale.
The National Association of Care Catering (NACC) is calling for nominations for the NACC Awards 2019.
The prestigious awards recognise and celebrate teams and individuals from across the care catering sector that demonstrate innovation, excellence and dedication in their field, creating real benefits for the people they cater for and their colleagues.
NACC members are invited to nominate the unsung heroes within their organisation by the deadline of Friday 5 July 2019.
The NACC Awards categories are:
- Care Establishment of the Year Award, sponsored by Hobart
- Meals on Wheels Award, sponsored by apetito
- Catering Team of the Year Award, sponsored by Brakes
- Catering Manager of the Year Award, sponsored by Unilever Food Solutions
- Our Care Catering Hero Award, sponsored by Premier Foods
Following the success of the events recently held in Glasgow and Liverpool, the Care Roadshows team are gearing up for the show’s return to Birmingham on Tuesday 2ndJuly at Villa Park Stadium. Attracting care home providers from across the Midlands, this free event offers the ideal opportunity to source new products and services, attend CPD seminars and workshops from industry leaders, and network with the care community.
One seminar that is guaranteed to prove popular on the day will be provided by Director of STORM Consultancy, Jonathan Cunningham, who will present his five-stage plan for achieving an Outstanding CQC rating. During the session, Jonathan will discuss his top tips and advice based on his own experience as Owner of Rosebank Care Home, which followed the same strategy over 18 months and was graded Outstanding in December 2016.
Additional seminars throughout the day will include an update from the CQC by Inspection Manager, Jon Ibbotson, a discussion about human rights and wrongs by Ed Watkinson from Quality Compliance Systems, and a session exploring ways to improve wellbeing for those living with dementia, delivered by Paul Gaskell, Director of Dementia Services for Runwood Homes Senior Living.