About this event

  • Date and time Mon 10 Jun 2019 from 8:50am to 4:20pm
  • Location Royal Society of Medicine
  • Organised by Digital Health

The right home and neighbourhood environment can maintain health, improve wellbeing and prevent physical and mental illness.

Health, Social Services, Housing and the Voluntary sector (amongst others) all have a role to play in delivering supportive housing and neighbourhoods.

Digital technology can contribute to the basic infrastructure required for a successful delivery.

Speakers will include those working at policy level and on actual applications. Attendees will gain insights which will help them frame their local strategies and implementations.

Topics include:

  • Build on the recent MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) between Health and Housing entitled “Improving Health & Care through the Home” 
  • How digital technology is contributing to meeting the objective of the MoU 
  • Future needs and the potential for digital technology

Tickets

Earlybird pricing available until 10 May 2019.

Member

RSM Fellow RSM Retired Fellow RSM Associate RSM Trainee RSM Student
£93.00 £45.00 £45.00 £45.00 £24.00

Non - Member

Consultant / GP SME / Social Services AHP / Nurse / Midwife Trainee
£155.00 £75.00 £75.00 £75.00

Key speakers

Jeremy Porteus

Mr Jeremy Porteus

Director of the Housing Learning and Improvement Network, UK.

Speaker's biography

As Director of the Housing Learning and Improvement Network, Jeremy works with policy-makers, commissioners and providers of housing, health and social care nationally to improve housing with care choices for older people.

Before this, Jeremy was the National Programme Lead for Housing at the Department of Health. He is also Chairman of the Homes and Communities Agency's Vulnerable and Older People's Advisory Group, and was Inquiry Secretary to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Housing and Care for Older People.

Agenda

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Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction

Mr Clive Flashman, President, Digital Health Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Healthy living, prevention and the role of Academic Health Science Networks (AHSNs)

Bill Gillespie, Wessex Academic Health Science Network

Home environment monitoring and extension to healthcare in Housing Association sector

Mark Lowe, Pinacl Systems

Jointly Care Together: A care co-ordination app for carers

Madeleine Starr, CarersUK

Technology integrated health management (TIHM) for dementia sufferers

Helen Rostill, Surrey and Borders Partnership Trust

Tea and coffee break

Networking and exhibition

Technology to support social prescribing and examples of good practice

Jennifer Neff, Elemental Software

Technology to support cycling for health and examples of good practice

Megan Streb, Sustrans

Give and Take Care – a new model of community self-support

Gabriella Spinelli, Brunel University

Panel discussion
Lunch

Networking and exhibition

Parallel workshops
Examples of use of technology in Ebbsfleet

Miriam Fagbemi

Technology integrated health management project
Social prescribing
CareTeam - help to stay independent

Su Mihelic, Southampton City Council

How digital technologies can help deliver on the memorandum of understanding between health and housing

Jeremy Porteus, Housing Learning and Improvement Network

Panel discussion
Closing remarks

Dr Richard Curry, Council Member, Digital Health Section, Royal Society of Medicine

Close of meeting

Location

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE, United Kingdom

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