NEWS: INOVEM to support NHS Centre for Involvement Summer Conference


15th June 2009
INOVEM to support NHS Centre for Involvement Summer Conference INOVEM will be demonstrating their eConsultation System at the NCI Summer Conference next month which focuses on The Future of Involvement - Putting Patients at the Heart of Services. If you are attending, we would like to take the opportunity to show you how our software could make it easier and more affordable for you to involve patients, carers, the public and key partners and also help you achieve compliance through robust involvement practices that will stand up to scrutiny.

If you are not already attending and would like to, please find below the event overview and conference programme.

The NHS Centre for Involvement (NCI) Summer Conference 2009 - "The Future of Involvement - putting patients at the heart of services".

The NHS Centre for Involvement (NCI) is holding a Conference on 2nd July at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster. This one-day conference will both highlight the work of the Centre and lead the debate on the future of Patient and Public Involvement in health and social care service design and delivery. With twin strands - for policy-makers and practitioners - linked by plenary sessions, the conference will provide a unique opportunity for everyone working with PPI to come together and share views, knowledge, experiences and ideas.

The keynote speaker will be Joan Saddler, Director of Patient and Public Affairs, Department of Health. Delegates will also be invited to attend the presentation of The Involvement Awards 2009 - an awards scheme which celebrates innovation and imagination in PPI throughout the country. For further details of the conference programme and delegate registration visit the NCI website or call 0871 230 6104

NHS Centre for Involvement (NCI) Summer Conference 2009 Programme


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