Collaborate to Innovate: Enabling Citizen-Centred Care
Collaborate to Innovate: Enabling Citizen-Centred Care’ is co-hosted by Associate Professor Carrie Jackson, Research Director for UEA Health and Social Care Partners, and Professor Caitlin Notley, Director of the UEA Citizens Academy.
Comprised of plenaries and workshops, the event will focus on best practice and research outcomes from a range of funded projects
Event features include:
This event is open to all.
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8.30 - 9.30 - Registration, refreshments
9.30am - 9.50 - Conference Opening Address - With Associate Professor Carrie Jackson, Research Director UEA Health and Social Care Partners and Professor Caitlin Notley, Director, Citizens Academy
9.50 -10.15am - Keynote Speaker Professor Sir Michael Marmot (pre-recorded) - Title: Tackling Health Inequalities: Science and Community Engagement
10.15 - 10.45am - Panel Discussion of Keynote Address facilitated by Mr Phil Ward, Director Eastern Academic Research Consortium
10.45 - 11am - Coffee Break
10.30 - 12.30pm - Showcasing the Impact of Partnership Funded Research - This showcase enables delegates to hear from practitioners about the impact of research projects and scholarships funded by the partnership in 2022-2023. Delegates will have the opportunity to sign up to workshops ahead of the conference so that they can attend the themes of most interest to them from work undertaken in the field of population health management, digital inclusion and transformation and child and adult mental health.
12.30 - 1.30pm - Lunchtime Networking Event - Poster Exhibition and Information Exchange Stalls - The lunchtime networking event enables delegates to visit a research poster exhibition evidencing the impact of projects on patient and community health and wellbeing, improvements in health and care services and innovations in health technology. There will be a range of information exchange stalls from organisations showcasing the work they undertake across the region.
1.30pm - 4pm - Co-production Workshops: Shaping Research Together focused on what matters - We are offering a choice of six workshops that share case study examples of good practice in designing research or service improvements in partnership with citizens. Delegates will have the opportunity to choose two workshops to attend.
4-5pm - Drinks Reception and Networking -Summary observations of the day with live illustration from Rebecca Osborne.