The King's Fund - How to involve and co-produce with patients and communities: Implementing the six principles
IAPO is officially supporting the King's Fund's upcoming event, 'How to involve and co-produce with patients and communities: Implementing the six principles'. The one-day conference will be held in London on Tuesday 1st November.
The event will explore the possible roles that patients and communities can play in addressing three key gaps identified by the National Health Service England's 'Five Year Forward View': health and well-being, quality of care and treatment, finance and efficiency.
By bringing together leaders and innovations the event will demonstrate how the six principles can be tackled through person-centred, community-focused care.
- Dr Neil Churchill, Director of Patient Experience, NHS England
- Sara Turle, Patient Partner, Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Trust
- Anu Singh, Director, Patient and Public Participation and Insight, NHS England
- Jeremy Taylor, Chief Executive, National Voices and Chair, People and Communities Board
- Dr Alf Collins, National Policy Advisor in person-centred care, NHS England
- Mark Doughty, Co-Founder, Centre for Patient Leadership, and Leadership Associate, The King’s Fund
- Pete Fleischmann, Head of Coproduction, Social Care Institute for Excellence