NHS Open House Introduction 

Welcome to the NHS England Open House Webcasting page.

 

Agenda

10 am onwards - Arrival, registration and networking

 

10:30 am - Welcome and introduction

 

11 am - 12 noon - NHS England's care.data programme: introduction to the programme, table discussion and question and answers

12 noon - 12:45 pm - Regionally led workshops

London: Patient Online, London Patient Voice, Transforming Primary Care

Basingstoke: Patient Online

Leicester: Patient Online

York: Working Voices, Patient Online, Patient Feedback

 

12:45 pm - 1:30 pm - Lunch


1:30 pm - 2:15 pm - Regionally led workshops

London: Patient Online, London Patient Voice, Transforming Primary Care

Basingstoke: Patient participation in General Practice

Leicester: Patients in Control

York: Working Voices, Patients Online, Patient Feedback

 

2:15 pm - 3 pm - Plenary Session. Feedback from workshops in each location.


Read the Taking Part Online document here

For More Information... 

To learn more about Patient Online and care.date, please read the following documents.

- Patient Online background information

- Care.data useful information

NHS England Open House Webcast 

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NHS Open House Storify  

NHS England Open House Discussion Forum 

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NHS Open House Youtube 

Video interviews of participants at the NHS Open House on June 17th, 2014.

NHS England Open House Twitter 

Open House blog post 

Olivia Butterworth, NHS England’s Head of Public Voice, throws open the doors to the Patients and Information Directorate with an open invitation.
In June we are hosting the latest in our series of Open House events for the Patients and Information Directorate and we would like YOU to join us...

Open House blog post 

Emily Carter, Regional Head of Patient and Public Voice (South), NHS England
We are opening the doors of NHS England’s Patients and Information Directorate to the public (and anybody else who wants to find out more about what we are doing) on 17 June, with four simultaneous and web-linked events across the country...

Blog post from Whose Shoes... 

Shahana Ramsden, Patient and Public Voice Manager, NHS England, looking forward to the Open House…

I am delighted to publish a new guest blog today by Shahana Ramsden, with news of the forthcoming NHS England ‘Open House Days’.

Open House blog post 

Luke O’Shea, NHS England’s Head of Patient Participation, explains how ‘patient activation’ could help over 1.5 million people in England with a long term condition:

NHS settings around the country are missing a vital sign. It’s something called patient activation – a measure of a person’s skills, confidence and knowledge to manage their own health. It’s simple to find out, like measuring blood pressure, and is scored from one to four. And it turns out to be really rather important...