Dr Richard Gray and Linda Eyre will present on ‘Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice- what works at the UCLPartners Education Conference, 6th December 2017, 08.45 – 16.00, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Regents Park, London.
UCLPartners (https://uclpartners.com) brings together health professionals and academics from hospitals, community services, primary care and university member organisations to work in partnership on a portfolio of health and social care programmes. UCLPartners focuses on three areas to ensure they best meet the needs of the partners to deliver a sustainable health and care system for the population:
- Discovery science harnesses world-class academic and clinical expertise to speed up the development of new treatments, diagnostics and prevention strategies
- Innovation and improvement into practiceenables academics, healthcare professionals, industry and patients to work together to create a culture for improvement and to speed up innovation into routine practice in health and care.
- Population health will lead UCLPartners in supporting population-based transformation for the six million people served by the partnership and those further afield. This will include providing a platform of support for organisations that are connecting across the system to deliver sustainable population-based (or place-based) care.
Click below for the conference flyer.