Conference Programme 2018

INNOVATIONS IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE IN SCOTLAND:ACROSS THE GENERATIONS - ILS 2018

This two-day conference programme, led by thought-leaders and practitioners, will offer Allied Healthcare Professionals with the chance to network with fellow professionals, update on the issues and challenges they face in their day-to-day lives and gain valuable CPD.

Conference booking is not required but you are required to pre register to attend the event REGISTER HERE and benefit from Free Entry & Free Parking

Please note, sessions may be subject to change so please do return to this page regularly for updates. 

Rhona Howie, MBE will be opening the show at 10am from the Allied Health Professionals seminar theatre!

 

Wednesday 26th September

FOCUS: Recovering from ill-health, keeping well, staying active & enjoying life

Thursday 27th September

FOCUS: Person-centred care, technology-enabled care and digital healthcare

10:15 Scotland's mental health, physical activity and sports strategy; and the tools to make it happen!

Speaker:

  • Robert Nesbitt, Head of Physical Activity and Sport

10:15 Developing pathways to tailored single-handed care provision

Speakers:

  • Ellen Donnelly, Community Occupational Therapist
  • Janice Donnachie, Senior Reablement and In-Reach Occupational Therapist

 

10:50 Weekday Wow Factor - Awakening the inner child to keep active in exciting and diverse ways!

Speaker:

  • Pasna Sallis, Public Health Occupational Therapist, Founding Director, Weekday Wow Factor

 

10:50 Royal College of Occupational Therapists: Occupation as our key USP and how this can influence policy, practice and patient care

Speaker:

  • Alison Keir, Policy Officer, Royal College of Occupational Therapists

 

11:30 The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy: Rehab Matters

Speaker:

  • Sara Conroy, BSC, MPH, MCSP, Professional Affairs Adviser, CSP Scotland

 

11:30 Beautiful, affordable, accessible, connected:  The Blackwood House experience

Speaker:

  • Simon Fitzpatrick, Strategic Development Director, Blackwood Group

 

12:15 KEYNOTE Working in partnership for active and independent living:  how AHPs support wellbeing, living well,
staying active and good recoveries.

 Speaker:

  • Susan Kelso, AHP National Lead, Early Intervention, Scottish Government

12:15 KEYNOTE: Digital solutions in healthcare; NMAHPs as pioneers and innovators

Speaker:

  • Lesley K Holdsworth, PhD Churchill Fellow, Clinical Lead for Digital Health and Care:  Scottish Government

 

13:05 Assistive technology for those with higher needs:  the best approaches and the potential risks

Speaker:  Martin Cutbill, Director, Alertacall

13:35 Intermediate Care, Reablement, Anticipatory Care Planning and Evaluation: building the evidence-base

Speakers:
  • Dianne Foster, Associate Improvement Adviser, Healthcare Improvement Scotland

13:35Digital passports; a tool for facilitating communication and care

Speaker:

  • Catriona Jamieson, Digital Passports Co-ordinator, PAMIS

14:35: Rapid access to specialist neuro-physiotherapy rehabilitation services

Speakers:

  • Kathleen Inglis, Specialist Physiotherapist
  • Melanie Brown, Specialist Physiotherapist

 

14:35: Using Facebook to support patients to exercise:  our experience in the Adult Cystic Fibrosis Service, Dundee

Speaker:

  • Alison Smith, Physiotherapist, Dundee

15:10: Royal College of Occupational Therapists: Occupation as our key USP and how this can influence policy, 
practice and patient care

Speakers:

  • Alison Keir, Policy Officer, Royal college of Occupational Therapists

 

15:10 The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy: Rehab Matters

Speaker:

  • Sara Conroy, BSC, MPH, MCSP, Professional Affairs Adviser, CSP Scotland

 

 

 

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