Community MSK – how to alleviate elective care pressures

The twenty-third webinar in the series titled, ‘Community MSK – how to alleviate elective care pressures′ took place on Wednesday 8 February, learn more about the event and watch the webinar in full:

The Event

Our panel of clinical and industry experts joined us in conversation on Wednesday 08 February 2023 for the twenty-third in our series of FREE, live webinars.

The Agenda

12.30: Dr Ian BernsteinClinical Director for Musculoskeletal Health and Chair Musculoskeletal Health Improvement Network, NHS England – London Region; Musculoskeletal Physician, Connect Health – Chair’s opening remarks

12.40: Kate JacksonAssistant Director Community Transformation Community Health Services, NHS England – New improvement framework for MSK and the benefits of the right approach

13.00: Matthew CarrClinical Director, NHS Sussex & Sussex MSK Partnership East – Whole systems view, optimising opportunities downstream to alleviate pressures upstream

13.10: Andrew Cuff, Consultant Physiotherapist and Head of MSK, Connect Health – Embracing synergy, breaking down silos – is it time do things differently?

13.20: Sharon BarringtonHead of Planned Care and Long Term Conditions at Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West (BOB) ICB  – How MSK has impacted secondary care

13.30: Q&A with panel

13.45: End

 

Watch the Webinar in Full

 

 

Jump to Individual Talks

Kate Jackson

Matthew Carr

Andrew Cuff

Sharon Barrington

Joint Q&A Session

 

 

Transformation

More info

Future Events

More info

Related Change Events

More info

What's new

Case Studies
Connect Health’s Counselling service allows patients to be heard and feel like they have someone to talk to.

Kelly, from Hertfordshire, was suffering from depression and anxiety when she came to Connect Health. Her counsellor was able to help her to find her way.

Blog
Understanding Autism: Meet Gemma this Acceptance Week

This week (2nd to 8th April) is World Autism Acceptance Week. One in 100 people are autistic, which means there are an estimated 700,000 people on the autism spectrum in the UK. To mark the week, Gemma Irvine, Patient Care Advisor shares her story of being diagnosed with autism at the age of 35, shortly before joining Connect Health in 2022.

News
North East health campaign takes home gold at prestigious national awards

Collaboration that ‘flipped’ the way people think about, talk about and treat chronic pain in the Tees Valley won Most Impactful Partnership in Preventative Healthcare category