PSPA Ireland attended the All Ireland Conference on Integrated care 

PSPA Ireland attended the All Ireland Conference on Integrated Care on 23 March 2023.

300 health and social care, clinicians, academic and non profit representatives from across Ireland attended. The conference was very interesting and forward thinking, recognising the importance of patient collaboration, the significant role of multidisciplinary teams in managing care, the need to prevent the continuing bleed of expertise, the requirement for cost effective system changes through collaboration, to develop best practice for an integrated and efficient health care future for  integrated care in Ireland.  WE coils see change sooner in the Irish healthcare system if we focus on the messages from the collaborative and constructive work of this conference.  The presentations considered

  • What needs to happen across the island of Ireland to reduce pressure on hospitals and increase levels of health care support in the community and closer to home?
  • Will the new structure and systems transformation across the island of Ireland support a more person centered integrated care service for all?
  • How taking an asset based approach to care services models can improve multidisciplinary working and deliver real co-design with patients and caregivers and communities?
  • What kind of leadership is required across all levels of health and care to  make real improvements for people, their families and communities where they live?
  • What are the drivers of integrated care and how can we ensure the right resources are in place to support the development of these important enablers?

About PSPA Ireland

PSPA Ireland is the national support organisation for people affected by the neurodegenerative brain diseases: Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) and Corticobasal Degeneration (CBD).
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