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Care of Older People in Scotland 2019: 7th Annual Conference

AGENDA

0830-0930 Registration and Refreshments
0930-0935 Chair's Opening Remarks
Session One: The Best Care for Older People
0935-0955 Keynote Address
0955-1010 Question and Answer Session
1010-1030 A Culture of Care and Empowerment for Older People and Carers
Irene Oldfather, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Engagement, The ALLIANCE
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  • Embedding a rights based approach
  • The value of learning from lived experience
  • Examples of what works from care delivery
1030-1050 Reshaping Care for Older People
  • The 2011-2021 Programme for Change: How are we doing?
  • Shifting care towards anticipatory care and prevention
  • Delivering on "valued as an asset, their voices are heard and they are supported to enjoy full and positive lives in their own home or in a homely setting"
1050-1110 Question and Answer Session
1110-1130 Refreshment Break
Session Two: Driving Improvement in Care with Best Practice
1130-1150 Trusted, Skilled and Confident Care Workers
Phillip Gillespie, Director of Development and Innovation, Scottish Social Services Council - SSSC
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  • Delivering workforce development and innovation
  • The value of leadership in care
  • Focusing on outcomes and the experience of the individual
1150-1210 Regulating for Better Care: Scrutiny driven improvement
Peter Macleod, Chief Executive, Care Inspectorate
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  • Using inspection to drive quality improvement
  • The new Health and Social Care Standards: What are we learning from the first six months?
  • Understanding the trends in care standards
1210-1230 Care Provider's Perspective: Higher care standards amid rising costs and growing demand
Karen Hedge, National Director, Scottish Care
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  • Equality of provision and resource allocation for older people
  • The need for shared and sustained commitment from all parties to care delivery
  • Rising cost and rising demand: What does this really mean?
1230-1250 Pharmacy Services and Care: How pharmacy teams can help deliver better care
Alex MacKinnon, Director for Scotland, Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS)
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  • Embedding pharmacy in care service delivery
  • Tackling polypharmacy, improving quality of life
  • Better palliative care, fewer falls, greater social activity
1250-1310 Question and Answer Session
1310-1400 Lunch 
1400-1405 Chair's Welcome Back
Session Three:  New Approaches and New Challenges
1405-1425 Confronting Frailty
Professor Anne Hendry, Clinical Lead for Integrated Care - Senior Associate, International Foundation for Integrated Care
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  • The meaning of frailty
  • Effective interventions to prevent and manage frailty
  • Why it matters: The value of empowerment and personal agency
1425-1445 Care Givers and Care Workers: A case study in partnership
  • Redesigning a care and support strategy for older people
  • Meeting the social care and health agenda
  • A long term preventative approach that is also sustainable
1445-1505 Legal Developments, Human Rights and Precedents in Care
  • Law and case law
  • Human rights
  • Age based hate crime?
  • Precedents and developing practice
1505-1525 Question and Answer Session
1525-1530 Chair's Closing Remarks

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