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Prof David Croisdale-Appleby - Integration and transforming the health and social care workforce

Professor David Croisdale-Appleby

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Professor David Croisdale-Appleby – Integration and transforming the health and social care workforce; or hunting the Snark!

Thursday 5th October 2017 6.30 - 7.30pm
Keele Hall - The Salvin Room
Refreshments will be available from 6.00pm onwards.

A partnership event with the School of Law as part of their 50th Anniversary Public Lecture Series.

http://www.keele.ac.uk/ilas/whatson/

 

Detailed Description

Demographic changes, the increasing demand for care and funding constraints have heightened pressures on our health and social care systems. Professor Croisdale-Appleby traces the development of integrating health and social care in England over the past 20 years; from ‘Improving Health for Mrs Smith’ in Torbay to the work of the current Vanguards and Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships. He contrasts this experience with international examples and explores the challenges presented by integration, including leadership.  He examines the need for new roles which will extend the capacity of health and care professionals to deliver the services that must be developed to serve emerging and future needs.

 

Professor David Croisdale-Appleby is a career and academic polymath, with interests spanning medicine, health, social care, and science including forensic science. He holds many Ministerial appointments in health and education, and professorships in a variety of disciplines. He is Chair of The Science Council and Dementia UK, and at Health Education England he holds responsibilities for higher education, medical education, quality and the NHS Leadership Academy. He is the author of the Independent Review of Social Work Education, Re-visioning Social Work Education, published by the government in 2014 which forms the basis for the current reforms in social work education and training, and to which Keele University contributed. His work is focused on improving the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged people, and he has chaired many organisations representing and promoting their interests.