The ‘Addressing Health Inequalities’ event is now almost at full capacity!
We are pleased to share details of the speakers and are happy to announce that contrary to previous communications tea, coffee and lunch will be provided to all, thanks for Canterbury Christchurch University.
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Along with Prof Ruth Northway from the University of South Wales we are now able to share the list of concurrent speakers and their subjects:-
George Matuska – Huntercombe Group – Workforce Development for People with Intellectual Disabilities.
Colin Guest and team- MCCH Living in Fear: better outcomes for adults with autism and learning disabilities.
Sue Marsden & Helen Filmer – Kent Community Healthcare Trust – Review of a Pilot Project to introduce the Anticipatory Care Calendar to services in the West Kent community.
Glenda Roberts – Martha Trust – “If my life is going to mean anything, I have to live it myself.”
Rachel Giles – East Kent Hospitals – Improving Patient Care using communication Tools in Hospital – A case study.
Carol Robinson – Canterbury Christchurch University “Right Time, Right Place, Right Person” DVD.
Alick MacKenzie – Enabled City – Inclusive mapping and jargon busting.
Sally Smith – East Kent Hospitals – The ‘We Care’ Culture Change – Engaging Staff to Deliver Person-Centred Care for people with learning Disabilities in East Kent Hospitals.
There are a few last places available until Friday 13th June these can be booked at our eventbrite page.