Long-Term Conditions Conference

25th Jan 2018

Long-term conditions are on the increase, and now account for 50% of all GP appointments and 70% of all bed days in England.

With this in mind, I am pleased to invite you to attend the annual Long-Term Conditions Conference at the QEII, London on Thursday 25th January 2018.

Now in its 8th year, this conference explores the challenges of delivering care for an increasing number of patients with long-term conditions and multimorbidity in the UK; focussing on enabling self-care and management through tech solutions, mental health and rehabilitation support and improving quality of life for patients.

We are pleased to announce the following speakers for the morning plenary:

  • The Rt Hon Norman Lamb, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Health), MP for North Norfolk
  • Jacquie White, Deputy Director for Long-term Conditions,  NHS England
  • Mona Johnson, Clinical Director, Self-Care and Prevention, NHS Digital
  • Tara Donnelly, Chief Executive, Health Innovation Network
  • Kate Brookman, Consultant Nurse for Integrated Care and Respiratory CNS, Yeovil District Hospital Foundation Trust
  • Sarah Hughes, Chief Executive, Centre For Mental Health

View speaker profiles and sessions.

Register to attend online here or over the phone on 0203 770 6612.

In the afternoon, delegates can choose which sessions to attend from  four streams of content, each focussing on a different long-term condition and the unique challenges posed by each.

Content stream highlights:

Professor Alf Collins, National Clinical Director, Personalised Care, NHS England
Patient Activation Measures: Supporting People to Manage their Diabetes

Charles Alessi, Senior Advisor and GP, Public Health England
Health Matters: Midlife Approaches to Reduce Dementia Risk

Dr Ian Campbell, Director, Health and Life Sciences, Innovate UK
Improving Outcomes for Cancer Patients and Survivors through Personalised Medicines

Adele Thornburn, Programme Manager, Airedale and Partners NHS Vanguard
Developing Models of Care to Support Dementia Patients

View the full stream content on our new website:  Cancer  |  CVD & Respiratory  |  Diabetes & Obesity |  Dementia

Benefits of attending Long-Term Conditions 2018:

  • Asses the progress of LTCs against the Five Year Forward View plan
  • Empower patients to shape their own care
  • Discuss the next steps in NHS Digital's vision for harnessing the digital revolution
  • Handling and supporting patients with multimorbidity
  • Gain eight CPD points towards your continued professional development

Register to attend online here or over the phone on 0203 770 6612.

Costs are subject to VAT and are as follows: 1st delegate £250, 2nd delegate £200, each delegate thereafter only £150.




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