Author Archives: base8innovations

Crossing the Work/Health Divide – Better Engagement with Employers 13th Oct, Birmingham

This one day conference is ideal for any health professional involved in either providing a vocational rehabilitation service or planning to develop a new service that supports the needs of people with long term conditions. Further details and online booking are now available, with an early booking discount in place until the end of July. […]

Mental Fitness and Long Term Conditions, 22nd Sept (half day), London

Mental Fitness’ has been defined as “the modifiable capacity to utilise resources and skills to flexibly adapt to challenges or advantages, enabling thriving”. The purpose of this half day workshop is to offer healthcare professionals the opportunity to learn more about how they can help people to cope with self-managing the long term condition they […]

Neurological Alliance Patient Experience Survey 2016

The Neurological Alliance has launched its second neurological patient experience survey. The survey aims to collect vital information about the experiences of people affected by neurological conditions, including the quality of the treatment, care and support that they receive. It will help the NA to understand how much progress has been made in improving neurological […]

Measuring Outcomes – Is it making a difference?

Measuring outcomes is regarded as a key step in developing a better healthcare service while keeping costs down. It requires the development of a culture that values constant improvement and measurement. But what difference is it making to the quality of services? To help answer that question, the Community Therapists Network are running a one day conference that will […]

Community based care model – the way forward for person-centred neurology care

‘Delivery of person centred co-ordinated care for people with neurological conditions by encouraging the adoption of community based care model(s)’ is one of the key aims of the recently launched community neurology project. A further aim is to ‘Develop an evidence base to demonstrate and help commissioners understand the value and benefits of good community […]