Community Therapists Network
Learning How to Use the Therapy Outcome Measure 18th June 2019 in London
This workshop lead by Prof Pam Enderby, enables participants to be able to select an appropriate outcome measure for their clinical practice. Delegates go away with a greater understand of how best to use the Therapy Outcome Measure (with it's core and many adapted scales) to collect and measure outcomes data on clients receiving treatments. The day includes both theoretical and practical components, looking are how to use the TOMs to measure the value and impact of a service. Click link for more information
The Annual conference of the NHSBN to discuss findings of the Community Hospital and Community Services Project will be held in November 2019 in Birmingham. Participants in the project to collect data on community hospitals across the UK are invited. The CHA will be represented.
There is more information on the NHSBN website here
The AGM was held in February in Honiton, Devon. The minutes of the meeting can be read here.
Devon History Society Conference 13th Oct 2018
Cottage Hospitals in Devon Before the NHS
The Society held a successful and fascinating conference on cottage hospitals. Hospitals discussed included Ottery St Mary, Dartmouth, Sidmouth, Bovey Tracey and Winsford. The CHA was represented by Dr Helen Tucker who was invited to speak on cottage hospitals nationally and also Dr David Seamark, Director of the CHA.
British Journal of General Practice
Promoting excellence in primary care and inspiring researchers and authors of the future
23rd March 2018 in London
Speakers included Dr David Seamark, one of the team of the researchers from the University of Birmingham, talking about the changing role of GPs in Community Hospitals. Other members of the research team from the University of Birmingham who contributed included Helen Tucker.
Learning How to Use the Therapy Outcome Measure (TOM)
Community Therapists Network
27th February 2018, Manchester
This workshop, lead by Professor Pam Enderby enabled participants to be able to select an appropriate outcome measure for their clinical practice. The day included both theoretical and practical components. For further information follow the link
Community Services and Community Services/Intermediate care
1st November 2017
2nd - 4th June 2017 in Manchester
The Programme is available for download here featuring James Kingsland (NAPC) Professor John Young, and CHA national award winners for Innovation and Good Practice.
Professor Jon Glasby, Professor of Health and Social Care, University of Birmingham
A Talk on Community Hospitals and Integration - to watch the talk please follow the link
Jon Glasby has kindly recorded a message to conference delegates, sharing his thoughts on integration and providing an insight into the early findings of current research into community hospitals.
#NHSBNCommunity, ICC, Birmingham, 10 November, 2016
The Community Services/Hospitals Findings Conference took place on Thursday 10th November 2016 at the ICC Birmingham. At the conference, the Network Director, and support team presented the key findings from the 2016 iteration of the Community Services and Community Hospitals projects. We were also joined by sector professionals, and members who presented good practice case studies. The programme
All Hallows Healthcare Trust - Integration and Community Hospitals
Presented by Howard Green and Helen Tucker