Deliberative Commissioning

A circle of people participate in Jam and Justice's Care at Home Inquiry, plus a composite of sponsors logos - Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership, NW ADASS, Shared Future CIC and Jam & Justice
Tuesday, July 2, 2019 - 13:00 to 17:00
People's History Museum

Person-centred approaches in co-producing health and social care policy

Co-hosted by: Shared Future CIC, the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership, the North West Association of Directors of Adult Social Services and Jam and Justice.

As part of National Co-Production Week (1st-5th July 2019) this free event offers the opportunity for Health and Social Care professionals to learn about citizens inquiries, juries and assemblies. Explore their increasing relevance to person-centred health care and towards supporting effective co-production.

In the spirit of co-production it will involve diverse voices. We expect that the audience will include a mix of Health and Social Care professionals, academics, practitioners and residents with relevant lived experience. It will showcase the work of Blackpool's Public Health team and the Scottish Health Council amongst others.

This event is facilitated by Shared Future CIC, delivery partners on our Living Well at Home Inquiry. The afternoon programme includes insight from that inquiry and other examples of citizen-led commissioning:

For more information and to reserve a place (maximum 2 per local authority), please see the Eventbrite entry.