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Developments in Commissioning: Lessons Learned and Ways Forward

Dunard Library, the Hub, Castle Hill, Edinburgh (by Edinburgh Castle)
Tuesday 15th March 2011

Speakers

  • Margaret Whoriskey, Joint Improvement Team
  • Kathryn Somers, SWIA
  • Annie Gunner-Logan, Community Care Providers Scotland
  • Chris Whelan, Edinburgh City Council
  • Jane Hayman, Walsall PCT

Topics included:

  • Messages from inspection
  • Issues for providers (and users) on commissioning, procurement and tendering
  • development and implementation of a joint health and social care strategic commissioning business plan
  • development of a series of Commissioning Strategies for different kinds of service

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Supporting and Protecting Adults –

Improving practice through the effective use and dissemination of Knowledge
Tuesday 5th October 2010, IET Teacher Building, Glasgow

This seminar will look at the ‘knowledge’ that is available to inform practice and improve outcomes, where the ‘knowledge’ base is derived from:

  • Research and evaluation
  • Regulation
  • Local good practice

Download the presentations

Introduction Michelle Miller, ADSW (Chair)

Adult Support and Protection (PowerPoint file)
Margaret Anne Gilbert, Social Work Inspection Agency

Protecting adults through regulation (PowerPoint file)
Marcia Ramsay, Director of Adult Services Regulation

How are practitioners working with adults at risk of harm in light of the ASPSA? (PowerPoint file)
A joint local authority & university  project by Kathryn Mackay, Stirling University & Justin McNicholl

Safeguarding vulnerable adults in Salford (PowerPoint file)
David Entwistle, Philip Dand and Stephen Pugh, Salford City Council

View the programme (100kb PDF)


Person-Centred Care: the effective use and dissemination of Knowledge

Tuesday 22nd June 2010
CoSLA Conference Centre, Edinburgh

Speakers from Scotland and England will share the ‘knowledge’ that is available to inform practice and improve outcomes for vulnerable adults. The ‘knowledge’ base is derived from a number of sources, for example research, inspection and local good practice.

Mark Watson of CareKnowledge produced a video blog of the event :


Safeguarding Children: the effective use and dissemination of knowledge

Cosla Conference Centre, Edinburgh
Tuesday 13th April 2010


Person-Centred Care: the effective use and dissemination of Knowledge

Tuesday 22nd June 2010
CoSLA Conference Centre, Edinburgh

Speakers from Scotland and England will share the ‘knowledge’ that is available to inform practice and improve outcomes for vulnerable adults. The ‘knowledge’ base is derived from a number of sources, for example research, inspection and local good practice.

Speakers from ADSW, Scottish Government, SWIA, universities and local authorities and partnerships will discuss:

  • Summary feedback on the SDS National Strategy Consultation:
  • Messages from Inspection
  • SDS Test Pilot in Scotland (Description and Evaluation Approach)
  • Personalisation in England (Policy and Evaluation)
  • SDS and Personalisation in Edinburgh and Salford

This event will to look at the ‘knowledge’ that is available to inform practice and improve outcomes for vulnerable children. The ‘knowledge’ base is derived from a number of sources, for example research, inspections, local good practice and the views of young people themselves. Effective dissemination of such ‘knowledge’ is also of great importance!

Draft Programme

9.00: Registration and Coffee
10.00: Welcome
Paul Hambleton, SSRG Scotland Convener
10.05: Introduction
Wendy Harrington, ADSW
10.30: SDS National Strategy Consultation: Summary Feedback
Bette Francis and Chris Rafferty, Scottish Government
11.00: Break
11.30: Messages from Inspection
Christina Naismith SWIA
12.00: Lunch
1.00: SDS Test Pilot in Scotland – Description and Evaluation Approach
Julie Ridley, University of Central Lancashire
1.30: Personalisation in England: Policy and Evaluation
Martin Stevens, Kings College
2.00: Break
2.30: SDS and the Flexible Outcome
Jack Blaik, Edinburgh City Council
3.00: Personalisation in Salford
David Entwistle, Alan Bunting and Glyn Syson, Salford City Council
3.45: Questions/discussion
4.00: Close


Previous events

SSRG Scotland event
Tuesday 13th April
CoSLA Conference Centre, Edinburgh.

Joint Working for Joint Outcomes
Monday 1st June
CoSLA Conference Centrer, Edinburgh

SSRG Scotland Spring Seminar and AGM : Developing a Research Strategy for Scotland

Wednesday 29th April 2009
Edinburgh Quaker Meeting House, Victoria Terrace EH1 2JL


Measuring Outcomes: How far can SOAs take us?
Monday 2nd March 2009
CoSLA Conference Centre, Haymarket, Edinburgh

Download the Programme (PDF)

Download the presentations

How are Council’s doing with SOAs? (PowerPoint file)
Colin Mair, Improvement Service

Developing a Strategic Framework in England (PowerPoint file)
Simon Medcalf, Department of Health

What SOAs provide and what else is needed
Arthur Midwinter

Download the Single Outcome Agreements paper (MS Word doc)

Below the waterline? – how the Community Care Outcomes approach articulates with SOAs, NHS HEAT and the National Performance Framework (PowerPoint file)
Chris Bruce, Scottish Government

Download the Outcomes Framework for Community Care (MS Word doc)

“Above and below the waterline” – Buoyancy tools for health improvement outcomes! (PowerPoint file)
Della Thomas and Neil Craig, NHS Health Scotland<


Event: Quality Services – User Views
Monday 17th March 2008
CoSLA Conference Centre,
Haymarket, Edinburgh

Presentations

The User Defined Service Evaluation Toolkit (UDSET) : overview and application (PPT file 62k) by Emma Miller

The outcomes approach to community care (PPT file 342k) by Chris Bruce

Patient Focus Public Involvement – an NHSScotland overview (PPT file 402k) by Dan Isaac

Introducing Better Together: Scotland’s Patient Experience Programme (PPT file 312k) by Jacqui Lunday

a href=”files/people_who_use_care_services.pdf” target=”_blank”>Framework for Engaging with People who use Care Services and Carers 2007-2010 (PPT file 397k) by Karen Barrie

The Role of Digital Stories in Supporting User Involvement and Participation (PPT file 397k)


2007

SSRG Scotland event: “Improving Outcomes: The Results – Based Accountability Approach
This event took place on Monday 8th October 2007 at the CoSLA Conference Centre in Edinburgh