The East of England Leadership Academy in partnership with Tricordant has developed a range of interactive sessions to support you as leaders working on the Integrated Care agenda to understand the world of your partners across heath, care, voluntary, community, social enterprise and faith sector.
Further to the successful delivery of the series of bite size one-hour sessions introducing the world of an ICS, Local Government/Adult Social Care, Primary Care and PCN and the Voluntary, Community, Social Enterprise and Faith we are now pleased to bring you a new series for 2022.
These are a range of interactive sessions to support you as leaders. These bite size sessions will help you gain insight into the challenges and perspectives of different colleagues as you continue to deliver and develop services but also support recovery for patients and staff in the context of the statutory establishment of Integrated Care Systems from July 2022.
This year’s series will cover:
• Public Health and Public Health Management
• Care Homes / Domiciliary care
• Mental Health community services for children and adults
• What is it like to work at place level – hear from several “places” from across the East of England
Access to these sessions will be via Zoom.
Our first sessions will explore Place Based Working with colleagues from 3 different ICSs across the East of England. We will be joined by 3 experienced Place leaders, who will share the challenges and opportunities of working with communities, local government, VCSE, NHS and broader system colleagues to drive improvement and integration in local services as well as improving health and wellbeing.
- Maddie Baker-Woods, is Alliance Director for Ipswich and East Suffolk in the Suffolk and North East Essex ICS. She has 25 years of Board, senior leadership and management experience spanning the private, public and not for profit sectors. Before joining the NHS Maddie worked as an Associate Director of an international economic development consultancy; two years as a senior Manager for the Cross River Regeneration Partnership in Central London; and ten years as Director of the National Employment Panel, working between central Government and business to deliver welfare reform.
- Tricia Dorsi is the Alliance Director for South East Essex within Mid and South Essex Health and Care Partnership (ICS). She works with a complex range of stakeholders across the NHS, VCSE and local government spanning Castle Point and Rochford within Essex CC and Southend Borough Council. Previously she was Executive Nurse at Castle Point and Rochford Clinical Commissioning Group.
- Peter Wightman, is the Managing Director of West Essex Alliance, having previously been Director of Primary Care and Localities at West Essex CCG. He joined the NHS in 1990 and has been working in commissioning across secondary and primary care for 20 years, 15 years at Board level. He is passionate about the development of primary care and sees his key challenges as establishing the Neighbourhoods, leading implementation of the GP Forward View in West Essex and leading for IM&T and estates for the CCG. Peter holds a degree in management science and was a national management trainee.
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Our second sessions focus on Mental Health Community Services for children and adults. We have two outstanding clinical leaders joining us to share about the leading-edge community services being developed in their areas.
- Dr Emma Tiffin is a GP and the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough ICS Adult Clinical Mental Health Lead. She has worked in mental health clinical leadership roles for over 15 years. Most recently, Emma has focused on developing a sustainable integrated community-based service model for both planned and unplanned mental health care. The award-winning model includes a First Response Crisis Mental Health Service with local Sanctuaries (non-health-based places of safety) and a Primary Service for Mental Health (PRISM) which brings together specialist mental health, primary care and community services using a neighbourhood team model. Emma is also a national advisor to NHSE on community mental health pathway development and has a weekly radio show, “Health Matters”, on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.
- Dr Sally Robinson is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Paediatric Neuropsychologist who is the Clinical & Strategic Lead for Mental Health Support Teams in Essex. She will share about The Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Service (EWMHS) which provides advice and support to children, young people and families who are in need of support with their emotional wellbeing or mental health difficulties across Southend, Essex and Thurrock and is open to young people between the ages of 0-18, or up to 25 for those with special educational needs.
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Our third sessions focus on Public Health and Population Health Management. We have two Public Health Consultants with complementary roles at County and Regional level.
- Anna Crispe is a Public Health consultant within Suffolk County Council, specialising in Knowledge, Intelligence and Evidence and with a wider role within the LA and across the SNEE system. She will share their approach to population health management and illustrate this with local examples. She holds a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University, and an MSc in Public Health and Health Economics from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. After a stint as a management consultant for McKinsey and Company, she joined the NHS in 1998. She has worked as a senior NHS manager in several large teaching hospitals, and in commissioning and in primary care. She joined Public Health Suffolk in 2015.
- Dr Anees Pari is Deputy Director Healthcare Public Health: NHSEI – East of England & PH lead, NHSE National Specialised commissioning for Mental Health Programme of Care. He is an experienced public health professional and health economist with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care, Public health, academia and global mental health. He is passionate about making a difference towards improving health and well-being of present and future generations, and in particular, driving a place-based approach to address significant challenges in reducing health inequalities.
Please click on the date and time to be taken through to the booking page.
In addition recordings and supporting slides are now available on our Leadership & Lifelong Learning FuturesNHS platform. This platform will give you access to Understanding the World of as well as the Leading for System Transformation 2021 series we ran last year. To access, contact us and request to join at [email protected] .
You can find out more about Tricordant, our delivery partner for this programme, by visiting their website https://www.tricordant.com/about-us.