Westminster Health Forum seminar

Tue 10th Dec 2019

Westminster Health Forum seminar ‘Improving dementia outcomes in England - research, prevention, personalisation, care integration, inspection, and next steps for policy’


This seminar will consider the way forward for improving dementia outcomes in England.

Areas for discussion include:

Integrating health, housing and social care services,
Delivering personalised care,
Dementia prevention and risk-reduction, and
Priorities for research and innovation in diagnosis, treatment and care delivery.

It takes place in light of:

Policy proposals for reforming adult social care in England;
Aims in the NHS Long Term Plan to provide enhanced support in the community through multidisciplinary teams and integrated health and social care services;
NHS England considering the right to personal health budgets for those with dementia outlined in Universal Personalised Care: Implementing the Comprehensive Model;
The Dementia 2020 Challenge approaching its final year, with the Dementia 2020 challenge: progress review highlighting areas where further progress is needed; and
The Ageing Society Grand Challenge mission to ensure people have at least five extra healthy, independent years of life by 2035.

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