Description

Working with patients, carers and the public as partners is often referred to as PPI – patient and public involvement. The General Medical Council, National Midwifery Council, Health Care Professionals Council, Health Education England, NHS England and all the Royal Medical Colleges, encourage the involvement of patients and the public in the development, design and delivery of healthcare services, including the education and training of doctors and other Healthcare professionals.

However, while there is much activity in PPI across many organisations, forging a meaningful partnership remains a significant challenge.

This meeting will provide insight in to the world of PPI through the lens of the patient and various organisations.

A range of diverse national and international speakers will set the context for this discussion and help to shape our thinking about how best to introduce, implement and evaluate PPI in medical education.

Sir Robert Francis, will give the keynote address and present his thoughts on PPI using the Charlie Gard case.

The themed workshops will explore PPI in detail and provide opportunities for shared learning, and highlight what matters to patients, medical students and doctors when they learn from the experience of each other. A supportive learning environment is key to success and helps to ensure that PPI activities become an integral part of the education of students and doctors.

key speakers:
Sir Robert Francis QC, Barrister, Serjeants Inn and Deputy High Court Judge
Dr Neil Churchill, Director Patient Experience, NHS England
Ms Emma Barnard, Artist, Founder of ‘Patient as paper’
Ms Helene Donnelly, Key Whistle Blower Mid-Staffordshire Public Inquiry, Ambassador for Freedom to Speak Out, National Affiliate Doubleday Centre for Patient Experience
Ms Carol Munt, Patient Partner and Advocate, Honorary Lecturer and Doubleday Affiliate Manchester Medical School, NHSE Always Events Advisory Group
Dr Sian Riase, Director, Patient and Public Involvement Engagement and Experience, Oxford Academic Health Science Network
Dr Robina Shah, Council Member, Open Section Royal Society of Medicine, Director Doubleday Centre for Patient Experience

rates:
RSM member: £36 – £94

Non-member: £60 – £160

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agenda
8.45 am
Registration, tea and coffee

9.15 am
Welcome and introduction

Dr Paquita De Zulueta, President, Open Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Why is co-production with patients and carers important

9.20 am
Introduction

Dame Phillipa Russell, National Affiliate Doubleday Centre for Patient Experience, University of Manchester

9.25 am
The patient experience as a catalyst for change

Ms Margaret Murphy, Patient Safety Ambassador, World Health Organisation

10.05 am
When doctors become patients

Professor Clare Gerada, Medical Director, Practitioner Health Programme

10.40 am
Tea and coffee break

11.05 am
Learning together – The doubleday centre for patient experience – the value of co-production

Professor Douglas Corfield, Head Division of Medical education, University of Manchester, Dr Robina Shah, Council Member, Open Section Royal Society of Medicine, Director Doubleday Centre for Patient Experience and Ms Carol Munt, Patient Partner and Advocate, Honorary Lecturer and Doubleday Affiliate Manchester Medical School, NHSE Always Events Advisory Group

The impact and value of co-production with patients and the public

Mrs Carol Munt

Empathy in education and training

Dr Sian Rees, Director, Patient and Public Involvement Engagement and Experience, Oxford Academic Health Science Network

Francis five years on, speaking up for cultural change

Ms Helene Donnelly, Freedom to Speak Up Guardian

New perspectives in clinical learning through the arts and humanities

Mr Neil Churchill, Director Pateint Experince, NHS England and Ms Emma Barnard, Artist, ‘Patient as Paper’

Workshop 5

Dr David Mayer and Dr Richard Corder

11.30 pm
Workshop rotation 1

12.30 pm
Lunch

Section Annual General Meeting

What matters to you, matters to us

1.45 pm
Introduction

Dame Phillipa Russell

1.50 pm
What I have learnt from patients and their families

Sir Robert Francis, Barrister, Serjeants Inn and Deputy High Court Judge

2.30 pm
Workshop rotation 2

3.30 pm
Tea and coffee break

3.50 pm
Co-production in a multi-professional landscape

Ms Hannah Walker, Chair, Health Education England

4.05 pm
Plenary discussion

Sir Robert Francis, Dr Robina Shah, Ms Carol Munt, Mr Neil Churchill and Mr John Norton

4.40 pm
Concluding remarks

4.55 pm
Completion of evaluation forms and close of meeting