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Patients Association patient partnership week


Event details

This winter the Patients Association is bringing patients, carers and healthcare professionals together to talk about patient partnership.

It will look at some great examples of shared decision making, take a look at how the new Integrated Care Systems in England are working with patients and local communities, and we’ll showcase some of the great work we’ve done with our partners that has given patients and carers the opportunity to engage with the health and social care system.

Special guest:
As part of the week, Dr Henrietta Hughes, Patient Safety Commissioner for England, will be in conversation with our Chief Executive, Rachel Power on Wednesday November 30th.


All the events, including the event with Dr Hughes will be held on Zoom.

Here are the details if you’d like to save any of the dates. Registration some of the events are open now and the others, soon.

Shared decision making – examples of great practice
Monday November 28th 8am – 8.55am
Aimee Robson, Deputy Director, Personalised Care, NHS England, & Duvie Dafinone, Patient and Public Voice Partner, on decision support tools launched this summer to support shared decision making.
Dr Sam Finnikin, GP, Sutton Coldfield and clinical research fellow, University of Birmingham, on Our Health – Our Knowledge, a new resource designed to help people who are thinking about choices in healthcare.
Registration has opened on Eventbrite for this event.

Rachel Power in conversation with Dr Henrietta Hughes, Patient Safety Commissioner England
Wednesday November 30th 9am – 10:00am
Registration has opened on Eventbrite for this event.

Partnering with patients and communities – what’s happening in ICSs
Wednesday November 30th 12.30pm – 2:00pm

Patients and industry working together – stories from our projects
Thursday December 2nd 8am – 8.55am


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