DigiHealth UK: Harnessing Technology and Innovation will explore the major work programmes set out in the NHS technology plans to provide delegates with the key information and knowledge necessary to improve health outcomes, simplify patient access and reduce cost through digital services.
The agenda will focus on how mental health care for children and young people will be revolutionised by improving access to high quality care, promoting early interventions and driving greater collaborations across the care system and wider public sector.
I hesitate to use a term like “revolutionary”, but the consensus Future in mind achieved across the ‘whole system’ of health, education, social care and youth justice – that so much more could be done to improve the help offered to children, young people and families – was unprecedented. It helped galvanise the will of
Exploring how to implement the government proposals for prison reform, supporting those working within and supporting the prison system to raise standards and make our prisons places of safety and reform.
Thinking about safety in prison requires shifting from a culture which emphasises punishment, where individuals are merely contained and seen as “unworthy of care” to one where the whole estate seeks to understand vulnerability and trauma and work towards rehabilitation. 2016 saw unprecedented numbers of suicide in prison as well as increased levels of assault
Post General Election 2017, it’s essential we continue the campaign to improve life for society’s most vulnerable. As an organisation committed to Sir Michael Marmot’s approach of proportionate universalism, Triple P UK will continue to call for parenting to be placed front and centre in this country’s social and health policy agenda and seek to
NHS England, as commissioners of healthcare in the secure and detained estate are committed to securing fit for purpose health services for this patient population, working to the principle of equivalence and ensuring an individuals’ access to health services that meet their needs are not compromised by their period in custody. There are national health
Prison safety is integral to being “tough on crime and tough on the causes of crime”. Tony Blair’s mantra from the 1990s – has become seered into the public consciousness – and captured the mood of a nation towards crime and criminality. The fact that successive governments have broadly maintained such a position, speaks to