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Managing relationships for transition

2nd March 2015

13:00 – 13.50

This fourth webinar, provided by the NHS Clinical Soft Intelligence Service, in partnership with the RCSLT, and supported by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, explores two examples of how service providers have carried out service improvements across a pathway. In particular how they are improving transition for people who use these services.

Learning objectives

The speakers discussed the issues around:

  • Enablers and obstacles to improving transition for people at different points in a pathway.
  • Issues relevant to working in partnership to improve transitions between rehabilitation services in different organisations.
  • Ensuring the sharing of skills and expertise across providers, to ensure effective transition.

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Outcomes


Following the webinar, participants have heard two examples of how better working across providers and organisations has enabled service improvement. They now:

  • Understand some of the issues relevant to working in partnership to improve transitions between rehabilitation services in different organisations.
  • Are aware of how these services overcame barriers and be able to consider ways in which they are applicable to their own circumstances.

This webinar is for anyone with an interest or involvement in improving rehabilitation - service-users, providers (NHS, social care, voluntary and charitable sectors), professionals (AHPs, nurses, doctors, social workers) and commissioners (health and social care).

Please refer to the RCSLT’s webinar guide for delegates for more information on participating in a webinar, and technical requirements.

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