Saturday, 25th June 2016, Holiday Inn, St. Nicholas Circle, Leicester LE1 5LX
How can GPs and Consultants work together to provide excellent patient care?
How can we have happy staff?
Purpose: The conference will explore how health care needs to evolve so as to meet the legitimate needs of all citizens. Medicine is an unhappy place right now. Solutions will be explored with reference to new models of care that allow Generalists and Specialists to work together to provide high quality and safe integrated care. Critical to this is an engaged and confident workforce that can lead and shape future health and care. The aim of modern health care will be explored through the IHM triple aim, or quadruple aim (Drummond) to include a motivated and healthy workforce.
9.30 am Setting the Scene: ‘The Quadruple Aim of Health Care’
Professor Mayur Lakhani CBE
9.45 am Session 1: ‘Learning from New Models of Care’
Chairs Dr JS Bamrah and Dr Raghu Ramaiah
‘Seven-day working in General Practice’
Professor Azhar Farooqi OBE, Chair, Leicester City CCG
‘Devolution – Is this the Future Model?’
Ms Jackie Daniel, Chief Executive, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay
‘The Modality Super GP Partnership’
Dr Naresh Rati, Executive Director, Modality Partnership
10.45 am Coffee
11.00 am Guest Lecture: ‘CQC – Challenges and Opportunities’
Professor Steve Field CBE, Chief Inspector of General Practice, CQC
Chair Dr Prashant Patel
11.30 am Session 2: ‘The Conundrum of Urgent and Emergency Care’
Chairs Dr Veena Daga and Dr Hasmukh Shah
‘Integrated Care Models’
Ms Tamsin Hooton, Director, National Vanguard for Urgent and Emergency Care
‘ Acutely Sick Child: The Wicked Problem’
Professor Monica Lakhanpaul, Institute of Child Health, London
‘Urgent Care Integration in Hospitals’
Dr Parag Singhal, Consultant Physician and Clinical Director, Bristol
12.30 pm Lunch
1.30 pm Guest Lecture: ‘Towards Race Equality’
Ms Yvonne Coghill OBE, Director WRES, NHS England Chair Dr Sunil Daga
2.00 pm Session 3: Workforce Strategy and Plan
Chairs Dr Arumugam Moorthy and Dr Rashmin Tamhne
‘How is East Midlands addressing the Workforce and Diversity Issues?’
Mr Karamjit Singh CBE, Chairman, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and Bina Kotecha, Deputy Director of Learning and Organisation Development
Q&A Session with Ms Y Coghill, Mr K Singh and Dr P Miller
2.45 pm Coffee
3.00 pm Session 4: Panel Discussion (Chaired by Prof Mala Rao)
‘Diversity for Inclusion: Ethnic minority workforce leading the change.’
3.45 pm Keynote Speech by Sir David Nicholson:
‘Reflections on the Future of Health and Care’
Chair Professor Mayur Lakhani CBE
4.15 pm Summary and Critique of the Day: Dr Ramesh Mehta, President, BAPIO
Poster Presentations on New Models of Care and Happy Workforce
– Supervised by Dr Sunil Daga
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Sir David Nicholson CBE
Sir David is former chief executive of NHS England. In 1988, he moved into the acute hospital sector, appointed as the Chief Executive of the Doncaster Health Care NHS Trust. He introduced Clinical Directorates there in 1988 and the Trust was a national pilot for Total Quality Management. In 1997, he moved to the Trent NHS Regional Office as the Regional Director of Performance before being appointed as Regional Director in November 2000. In April 2002 he formally took up the post of Director of Health and Social Care for the Midlands and East of England. In 2003 he was appointed Chief Executive of Birmingham and The Black Country Strategic Health Authority (BBC SHA). In August 2005 he was asked to take on the additional roles of Chief Executive of neighboring Shropshire and Staffordshire SHA and West Midlands South SHA. In April 2006 he was appointed Chief Executive of the newly formed London Strategic Health Authority. Sir David Nicholson KCB CBE has been Chief Executive of the National Health Service (NHS) in England since September 2006 and in December 2010 was appointed to take up the new post of Chief Executive of the NHS Commissioning Board/NHS England. He announced in May 2013 that he would retire.
He was awarded a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2004 New Year’s Honours. He was awarded a Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB) in the 2010 New Year’s Honours.
Professor Mayur Lakhani, CBE FRCP FRCGP
Mayur is Chair of the Conference Coordinating Committee. He is a general practitioner in Leicester and Chairman of West Leicestershire CCG. Prof. Lakhani is Past Chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) from 2004-2007. He was appointed Chairman of the National Council for Palliative Care in 2008 – 2015. He is a member of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management (FMLM). He is an honorary member of the University of Leicester.
He was awarded a CBE in 2007 for services to medicine.
Professor Steve Field, CBE
Steve is a general Practioner at Bellevue Medical Centre in inner-city Birmingham.
He has published academic papers, reports and books and he has presented papers at academic meetings around the world. He has been part of the invited faculty of the Harvard University’s Harvard Macy Institute programme "Leading Innovation in Healthcare & Education", in Boston, USA. He was Regional Postgraduate Dean for the NHS West Midlands Workforce Deanery. He was a judge for the 2011 Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine. From 2007-2010 he was Chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). In 2011 he was appointed to lead the NHS Future Forum, an advisory group that David Cameron convened when Andrew Lansley's NHS shakeup became a political liability. He worked as Deputy Medical Director for NHS England from 2012-2013.
In August 2013 his appointment as the first Chief Inspector of General Practice was announced by the Care Quality Commission; these duties commenced in October 2014. He was said by the Health Service Journal to be the fourteenth most powerful person in the English NHS in December 2014.
Ms Jackie Daniel
Jackie became Chief Executive at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust in August 2012. Jackie has previously held a number of Chief Executive positions in Acute Hospital Trusts, Mental Health & Social Care providers and in a tertiary Orthopaedic Trust. She has spent a lifetime working in the NHS, having started her NHS career as a Nurse. In 1996, she was one of the country’s youngest NHS Directors. Since that time she has led a number of organisation change programmes, including mergers and acquisitions and major service reconfigurations. This gave her the skills, expertise, resilience and ambition to go on to lead healthcare organisations.
Jackie has now been a successful Chief Executive in the NHS for over a decade. She is passionate about patient safety and quality and about harnessing the skills and motivation of staff to really make a difference to care and patient experience.
Dr Naresh Rati, MBChB MRCGP DRCOG DPD
Naresh is a GP, executive director and the executive partner at the Modality Partnership. He is responsible for business strategy and growth. His interest is in dermatology and also delivers postgraduate and undergraduate medical education and lectures in the UK and around the world.
Ms Yvonne Coghill, OBE
Yvonne is a Director of Workforce Race Equality Standard. She has more than 20 years’ experience in nursing, has held a number of operational and strategic leadership posts, and in 2013 she was voted by colleagues in the NHS as one of the top 50 most inspirational women, one of the top 50 most inspirational nurse leaders and one of the top 50 BME pioneers, two years in a row. She was awarded an OBE for services to healthcare in 2010.
Previously, she was the National Programme Lead for the NHS Breaking Through initiative, Breaking Through is designed to empower and enable Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic staff to secure positions at the most senior levels in the NHS. She was trained and qualified in 1977 as a mental health nurse and health visitor. worked at the Department of Health as Sir Nigel Crisp’s (then CEO of the NHS) private secretary; following which she worked as Nursing Officer for external relations and communications reporting directly to the Chief Nursing Officer for England.
Professor Azhar Farooqi
Azhar is Chair, Leicester City CCG. He qualified from the University of Manchester Medical School in 1983, and has been a GP at the East Leicester Medical Practice since 1987. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGO) in 1991. Professor Farooqi’s main research interests have been in diabetes and ethnic minority health issues. He has published over 60 peer review papers as well as a book on diabetes in primary care and several book chapters. He helped establish and chair the Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland (LNR) Primary Care Research Alliance and his own practice was one of the first to achieve investigator-led research accreditation status from the Royal College of General Practitioners. National work has included advisory work for Diabetes UK, the British Heart Foundation and Department of Health.
In 2007 Professor Farooqi was awarded the OBE for services to medicine and health services and later on in 2011 he was elected by Leicester GPs to chair the Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group. Outside of the CCG his main interests are his family and home. Hobbies include travelling, collecting books and gardening.
Professor Monica Lakhanpaul
Monica is Professor of Integrated Community Child Health at Institute of Child Health, UCL. She leads a multi-disciplinary translational research group that focuses on Health Services Research which has direct impact on health policy and clinical practice. Her research program aims to take a multi-disciplinary, integrated and collaborative approach to improving outcomes for children. Her research also aims to transform services for patients.
Professor Lakhanpaul’s research focuses on the translation of evidence into clinical practice and health policy, drawing together education, primary and secondary research to improve health outcomes for children. Her research crosses primary, community and hospital care, social care and education.
Professor Lakhanpaul's research falls under four main themes; Applied Translation of Evidence In to Policy and Practice (through systematic review, guideline development, decision and prediction rule development), Improvement Science (with a particular focus on partnership production with parents, patients and health professionals; co-production with communities to develop tailored health interventions: MIA study), Conditions (with a specific interest in respiratory illness; asthma, and the acutely sick child) and Inequalities in Health (tailoring interventions for hard to reach groups, health tourism and the use of translators and interpreters to reduce inequalities).
Dr Parag Singhal
Parag is a consultant physician at Weston General Hospital and Hon. Secretary of BAPIO. He, has been given the prestigious Bharat Guarav Award, which is run in partnership with the Indian Government and recognises distinguished service to India through outstanding individual achievements. He was also invited to a reception at 10 Downing Street, where he met David Cameron. The Prime Minister thanked Dr Singhal for his involvement with the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (BAPIO). Dr Singhal as the national secretary for BAPIO and works to further the professional development of some of the 40,000 Indian doctors in the UK employed by the NHS.
Mr Karamjit Singh, CBE
Karamjit is chairman of the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. He lives in Coventry and has considerable knowledge of the area served by the University Hospitals of Leicester and awareness of local issues. He has worked with Leicester Community Relations Council and Leicestershire County Council, and has an extensive background in diverse roles within public services regionally and nationally.
His experience of health leadership includes serving as the first Chair of Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust (2006 – 2009), as well as Board membership of the Coventry Family Services Health Authority (1993 – 1996), Coventry Health Authority (1996 – 2002) and Trustee of the British Lung Foundation (2006 – 2009). Karamjit is a voluntary Trustee of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, its sister trust the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust, and a Commonwealth Studies Centre based at Cambridge University focusing on emerging democracies. He has personally organised and financed free annual medical camps in the Indian village where his parents migrated from.
In April 2016, NHS Improvement confirmed the re-appointment of Karamjit Singh CBE as Chair of the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, for a further three years with effect from 1 October 2016 (when his current term was set to end)
Professor Mala Rao, OBE
Mala is Professor of International Health, University of East London. She was the founding Director of the first Indian Institute of Public Health established by the Public Health Foundation of India. Based in Hyderabad, the Institute grew into a highly respected organisation with a wide range of teaching and research activities under her leadership between 2008 and 2011.
Prior to that, she was Head of Public Health Workforce and Capacity at the Department of Health, London for 5 years, having led the public health capacity building strategy for England. She was previously a Director of Public Health in the UK NHS for many years during which she established the first cancer network in England. Mala led the publication of the landmark UK Public Health Skills and Career Framework in 2008 and was one of the main architects of the newly created specialty of sexual and reproductive healthcare in the UK. Throughout her career, she has been committed to developing multidisciplinary public health, and bringing public health teaching, research, policy and practice closer together. Mala is currently involved in a number of projects related to health systems strengthening, the impacts of urbanisation and climate change on health, and patient safety.
Rooms are available to be booked at the Holiday Inn Leicester at the specially negotiated rates.
£70.00 Bed & Breakfast single occupancy
£75.00 Bed & Breakfast double occupancy per night.
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NHS England Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES)
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