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A Scottish National Care Service: understanding how care will change (online)

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09:25   Chair's opening remarks
Professor Anne Hendry, Senior Associate, International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC), Director, IFIC Scotland and Deputy Honorary Secretary, British Geriatrics Society
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Session 1: The context - care before, during and after COVID


09:30   Reflections on the Independent Review of Adult Social Care  
Irene Oldfather, Director Strategic Partnerships and Engagement, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland (the ALLIANCE)
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  • Understanding what the Independent Review examined
  • The review’s recommendations
  • Reaction to the review and the expectations arising from it

09:50   Assessing care before, during and after COVID - trends in population, demand and delivery
Karen Hedge, National Director, Scottish Care
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  • Before Covid: The challenges care was facing
  • After Covid: What has happened to care
  • Where next? Short, medium and long term challenges and needs

10:10   Question and answer session

10:25   Comfort Break


Session 2: What do we need and what is being proposed?


10:40   The exisiting care system - the challenge we face
Laura Wilson, Practice & Policy Lead - Scotland, Royal Pharmaceutical Society 
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  • Is it broken and what does it need?
  • Will current proposals address what care profressionals, carers and those cared for think is important?
  • Service evolution or revolution?

11:00   Focusing on care outcomes and putting people first
Maureen O'Neill OBE, Director, Faith in Older People 
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  • Focusing on outcomes rather than structures and policies
  • What is working and what isn't working now?
  • How do we achieve person centred care?

11:20     Question and answer session

11:35     Comfort Break


Session 3: What will a Scottish National Care Service mean?


11:50   Understanding what is being proposed for care and health
Jackie Baillie MSP, Deputy Leader of Scottish Labour and Health, Social Care and COVID Recovery Spokesperson, Scottish Parliament 
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  • Understanding what the Scottish Government’s response to the Review is proposing
  • What is the timetable and process for getting from proposals to new legislation
  • The implications for the future of care of the currently proposed strategy

12:10   Implications for regulation, commissioning, human rights and independent living
Fiona McLeod, Senior Associate, Brodies LLP
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  • Patient-centred care and human rights in the care setting
  • The future role of regulation and regulators in ensuring delivery of high-quality care
  • What will be the distinction between commissioning, strategy and delivery of care in future?

12:30   Question and answer session

12:45   Chair's closing remarks
Professor Anne Hendry, Senior Associate, International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC), Director, IFIC Scotland and Deputy Honorary Secretary, British Geriatrics Society
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Kate Popper - Dundee University,
Delegate Closing Scotland's Education Poverty and Attainment Gap

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