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What's New on Our Website 

'What’s New on Our Website’ is a regular email to inform you of the latest news and events that have been posted on our website.This week's edition includes:
  • News: Alzheimer's Society - Implementation Grants; CHAIN subgroup SMOLTC (self-management of long-term conditions) introduce six new volunteer co-facilitators.
  • Events: TheKing'sFund: Innovative approaches to end-of-life care; eahsn: Action on Frailty; International Forum Quality and Safety in Healthcare: Improvement Science and Research Symposium.

News 

Alzheimer’s Society – Implementation Grants

Applicants can apply for grants of up to £400,000 over 36 months that will either: enable the scale-up of evidence based interventions that have been shown to improve care and are ready to be implemented at a larger scale, or; lay the foundations for the scale-up of evidence based interventions; testing the feasibility of bringing dementia research knowledge into the real world.

Deadline for Outline applications: 12pm Friday 14th October

Please find more information on our website.

CHAIN subgroup SMOLTC (Self-management of long-term conditions) introduce six new volunteer co-facilitators


Six new volunteer co-facilitators have joined the Self-management of long-term conditions (SMOLTC) sub-group, offering very diverse expertise, though complementary fields of interest in the context of SMOLTC.

To read about the new volunteers please go to our website.

Events 

TheKing’sFund: Innovative approaches to end-of-life care


22 September 2016


London


This event will look at innovative approaches to palliative and end-of-life care. It will give you an overview of some of the national programmes of work in this area and share lessons from good practice case studies in palliative care and local end-of-life care commissioning and delivery.

More information on our website.

eahsn: Action on Frailty


28 September 2016


Cambridgeshire


This event focuses on one of the key challenges currently facing our health and care economy and is a key focus for the Patient Safety Collaborative. The event is free to attend and will highlight the work being done to support older people with frailty from an acute setting to the care home environment. 

Please go to our website for more information.

International Forum Quality and Safety in Healthcare: Improvement Science and Research Symposium


26-28 April 2017

London

The spring International Forum is our largest gathering of healthcare professionals in quality improvement and patient safety. 

Call for Speakers –  Showcase your achievements. Deadline to submit speaker proposals: 30 September 2016. 
Call for Posters – Secure a poster display.Deadline for submitting an abstract for poster display: 2 November 

To find out more please go to our website.

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