PRLog - Nov. 30, 2010 - LONDON -- Child Health
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Tuesday, 15 February 2011 - Central London
“… our ability to create a healthy and prosperous nation for the future depends upon the care we take of our children and young people today… it is imperative that our great national institutions such as the NHS work well for children, young people and their families.”
Rt Hon Andrew Lansley CBE MP Secretary of State for Health, Achieving Equity and Excellence for Children, September 2010
Empowering children and their families, focusing on outcomes, reducing health inequalities and giving experts and professionals more powers as well as shared decision making are all key national priorities for the Coalition Government.
Capita’s 4th National Child Health Conference addresses each of these important issues, informing delegates about the latest Government strategy aimed at promoting the health and wellbeing of all children and young people.
Bringing together professionals from health and social care, education and central and local government this conference will deliver the Government’s plans for shaping child health services going forward. It will provide practical solutions to the challenges facing health service provision for children and young people, including:
•Exploring the new role of GPs in commissioning services
•Achieving greater efficiency through reducing hospital admissions amongst children
•The personalisation agenda and how best to engage children and families in decision making
Attend this timely event to explore the benefits of successful partnership working and discover how taking a holistic approach to health services will help you improve services for children, young people and their families.
For Further details:
Contact: Richard Goddard on 020 7960 7719 or richard.goddard@
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