Integration and transforming the health and social care workforce: or hunting the Snark
Wednesday, 8th June 2016
Brooks Building, Manchester Metropolitan University 53 Bonsall Street, Manchester, M15 6GX
Eminent academic and governmental adviser Professor David Croisdale-Appleby is delivering one of six public lectures at Manchester Metropolitan University on the 8th June in the Brooks Building.
In this lecture, he will present a clear understanding of key issues relating to integration and explore the implications for education and training across the health and social care sector, specifically within the context of a Devolved Manchester. Professor Croisdale-Appleby will explore his vision of how primary, community and secondary care will look as a result of developing more integrated healthcare and social care, and the implications for service users and patients. He will compare the UK with current International and multi-professional systems and develop service user care perspectives as a force for change.
About the speaker
Professor David Croisdale-Appleby OBE is an academic and career polymath; a thought leader and acknowledged corporate transformational leadership figure in the public and third sectors; a track record of growing organisations into positions of leadership in the private, public and voluntary sectors and sustaining them there; an extensive personal network amongst opinion-formers in Westminster and Whitehall.