Stakeholder Event 24th February 2015

Turning Better Care into Reality for Patients (Sharing the Learning)

Tuesday 24th February 2015, 10:00 to 12:00
3M Centre, Cain Road, Bracknell RG12 8HT :- Map     (Parking is available in visitor spaces on site)

The move towards integrated care is picking up momentum across the country.  Whatever happens in the next election, we know this will continue to be the direction of travel.  But do we know yet how this is improving care from the perspective of patients and service users in our own patch?

SKINtelligence is a project which uses quality improvement tools and shared learning right across the whole system to improve skin health. Improving skin care is a catalyst to improving care of the elderly more generally, as good skin care includes nutrition, hydration, mobility, falls avoidance and pain management. Measurable improvements can only be delivered across a health and care system by involving all the key players in collaborative partnership.

The aim of SKINtelligence, a project which the HIEC has co-ordinated across the region for the past two years, is to reduce the prevalence of tissue viability problems and to assess and manage harm earlier where it happens; with a particular focus on the care home sector.  Come and find out about some of the deliverables from this project in a Stakeholder event which is to be held in Bracknell on 24th February 2015 from 10.00am to 12.00pm.  To register for your free place, please contact:

A tour of the 3M innovation centre is available from 12:00 to 13:00 after the event. To book the tour contact:

Agenda:-  Agenda Feb 24th SKINtelligence

Dr Adrian Hayter –  Clinical Chair, NHS Windsor Ascot & Maidenhead CCG,
Nancy Barber – Deputy Director of Nursing at Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust
Presentations from the last round of improvement workshops

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