Tackling Long Term Conditions: Working in Partnership to Effect Real Change
- 08:30 - 16:15
- America Square Conference Centre, London
Ruth is an experienced GP – having worked for more than 30 years in different practices alongside many lead roles in academia, Royal College, Department of Health, learning & development, with various clinical interests – all focussed on disseminating best practice in patient care. She is a well published author – of hundreds of articles and research papers, and 70 books. She is the Long Term Conditions Network lead for the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) and Clinical Chair of Stoke-on-Trent CCG. Ruth’s main driver is her passion to improve the quality of patient care that the NHS delivers. She is always thinking of new ideas – and actually put some into practice, testing out innovations in creative ways, then disseminating learning as widely as energy levels and opportunities allow. Currently that is as clinical lead for WMAHSN funded programmes for new modes of delivery of long term conditions care via technology enabled care services (TECS) and TECS programme lead for the Staffordshire Local Digital Roadmap.