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Main Conference and Workshop Programme

You can download a copy of the 2018 Conference Brochure

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Nazir Afzal OBE – Less lessons learned and more get it right first time.

Dementia and the Arts – Drama and music and those living with dementia.

Fiona Phillips – Before I forget – A conversation with Fiona Phillips.

Dr Dan Dutton and Prof Ceri Phillips – Spending more on the healthcare is the expensive way to buy good health – a case for social services.

Dr Helen Beckett – Moving beyond child sexual exploitation.

Simon Duffy – The Centre for Welfare Reform.

Richard McCann – An inspirational speaker with a unique story.

Workshops (Day One)

Sally Bowell – The Commission on Dementia and Music

Hayley Clark and Helen Gazzola – Getting more evidence used in practice

Dr Lydia Hayes – Insights into the homecare workforce

Helena Herklots CBE and Daisy Cole – Rethinking respite for people living with dementia, family carers and friends

Nicola Stubbins and Venessa Young – Thinking strategically, delivering locally.

Simon Pickthall – Creating a system that enable great practice

Dr Diane Burns, Adrian Roper and Sue Evans  – Are we spending or money wisely?

Karen Evans, James Wood and Julian Molloy –  Merger of children’s services and education.

Workshops (Day Two)

Prof Ceri Phillips and Dr Dutton – Health and social spending at the population level, the academic and applied issues.

Michael Dolan, Lucy Jones and Tracey Bell – Digital transformation in Western Bay, an insight into the benefits, opportunities and challenges of implementation.

Mary Ryan and Sally Jenkins – The Care Crisis Review

Dennis Vergne and Joe Badman – Have you heard of Buurtzorg? Can it be done in Wales?

Jonathan Griffiths and Jon Day – Developing a joint health and social care workforce strategy.

Sue Morgan and Alan Lawrie – Cluster Working

Jan Sensier and Kelly Burt – The work of the Office of the Public Guardian

Adrian Smith, Rhys Fidler and Karen Benjamin – Profiling of children’s residential care for looked after children in Wales.