CPFT is hosting a day to bring people with lived experience and healthcare professionals together to learn how to improve care and services at the Trust. The event will take place on Thursday 4 April, 10am-4pm, Wood Green, King’s Bush Farm, London Road, Godmanchester, PE29 2NH.
During the event you will hear from CPFT patients and staff, in addition to national experts in co design and Quality improvement and you will also have the opportunity to share your insight to help the Trust develop a programme to deliver change. The aim is to agree shared commitments for action to improve care and services.
Speakers will include those with lived experience, healthcare professionals, and experts in their field including Dr Michael Holland, medical director at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust; CPFT governor Steve Mallen, Founder of the MindEd Trust; and Kate Nation, managing director of Turtle Dove Cambridge.
The programme will feature:
• Lived experience case studies highlighting improvement in action from our community
• Sharing our experience of quality improvement projects in in CPFT
• Learning about quality improvement techniques and the cycle of improvement
• Discussing barriers to change and supporting a culture of improvement
• Agreeing joint commitments and priorities for the next stage of our quality improvement journey.
This event is free and includes lunch but ticketed please use the Eventbrite link https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/learning-together-to-improve-care-tickets-57789663439 . Alternatively if you are having problems accessing this link please contact firstname.lastname@example.org who will be able to support you with this.