A guest lecture by Professor David Croisdale-Appleby OBE
The Future of Integrated Care
The School of Social Sciences is delighted to welcome Professor David Croisdale-Appleby to discuss the Future of Integrated Care: Realising the value for healthcare, social care and social work in contemporary society.
- From: Tuesday 3 November 2015, 5.45 pm
- To: Tuesday 3 November 2015, 7.30 pm
- Location: Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
On Tuesday 3 November, the School of Social Sciences welcomes Professor David Croisdale-Appleby OBE to discuss the Future of Integrated Care: Realising the value for healthcare, social care and social work in contemporary society.
A number of political drivers are influencing policy in relation to the integrated care agenda. Professor David Croisdale-Appleby sets out his view of these developments by drawing on his involvement in informing and influencing policy and the initiatives in which he has occupied leadership positions. Some of these are already being followed at Nottingham Trent University under the leadership of Professor Di Bailey and her colleagues.
This lecture considers how innovations such as those contributed by David, including his work in dementia care, support for those with learning disabilities, general practice, hospital discharge and social work education, can serve the health and social care profession itself. He will also suggest how we can address the challenges of commissioning and providing integrated care in the future.
David is a great public advocate for the health and social care professions and sees the challenges of austerity as an opportunity to support the integrated care agenda.
Professor David Croisdale-Appleby OBE
David is deeply involved in health and social care policy, with particular interest in the role of social work in making the integration of healthcare and social care a reality.
He holds many national and international roles. He is the Executive Chair of the Government’s Standing Commission on Carers and chairs Dementia UK, the learning disability charity Hft and the Public Health Advisory Committee at NICE. He is a longstanding GMC Inspector of Medical Education and a Non-Executive Director of Health Education England with special responsibility for Higher Education, the Leadership Academy and for Quality. At NICE, he chaired the creation of national guidance on Long-term Sickness and Incapacity (2009) and the Care of People with Dementia (2012), and he chaired Skills for Care. He has also chaired a number of international conferences on social care.
A prominent international campaigner for social justice, David is the Honorary Ambassador for the United Kingdom for the Nelson Mandela Legacy Project. This is the creation of the first specialist Paediatric Hospital to serve the children of the 15-country Southern Africa Development Community, SADC.
- 5.45 pm Registration and welcome refreshments
- 6:15 pm Lecture followed by drinks reception
- 7.30 pm Close
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