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Date and time
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 - 09:00 to Wednesday, June 19, 2019 - 17:00
Address
Castle Drive
Chester
Cheshire
CH1 1SL
United Kingdom

About the Event

The conference will focus on some of the key challenges for the future of health and social care provision, and explore how traditional
approaches to higher education provision will need to adapt in order to meet need in these complex areas of work and service delivery.
There will be a range of keynote speakers, student and staff presentations, workshops, performances, and debates.

Topics will include:

  • Digital Health and the use of Virtual Reality
  • Workforce Planning
  • Health Humanities

The purpose of the conference is to reflect on how we can challenge ‘the more traditional and established approaches’ to health and
social care education and encourage the integration of digital health, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, population demographics, and
health humanities to enhance the curricular offering and student experience.

Two days of keynote presentations, student and staff presentations, workshops, performances, and debate.
Workshops on both days to include: Endnote, Literature Searches, Age Suit & VR Headset, Brightlife (Social Prescribing)

To book on to the conference please visit the Eventbrite page.

For any queries relating to the conference please contact hscdoctorates@chester.ac.uk or telephone Barb Holliday on 01244 511117.

For further details on Key Note Speakers and conference entertainment, please click the Timetable tab below.

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Location

Address

Castle Drive
Chester
Cheshire
CH1 1SL
United Kingdom

Timetable

Keynote Speakers Day 1

Professor Nigel W. John BSc PhD (Bath) FEG FLSW
Senior Research Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Chester
Presentation: The Impact of Virtual Reality on Assisting Activities of Daily Living

Presentations by Hilary Garratt and Catherine Randall followed by panel discussion

Hilary Garratt CBE, BSc, MSc, RGN, RHV, PGCE
Director of Nursing in NHS England and Deputy Chief Nursing Officer for England.
Presentation: The Nursing and Midwifery Vision

Catherine Randall RGN, RM, HV, BA (Hons)
Deputy Head of Safeguarding, Nursing Directorate – Nursing and Midwifery Team, NHS England
Presentation: Safeguarding and the NHS

Performance, Debate and Dinner

On the evening of day one, we have a bespoke performance featuring two-woman theatre company, Haylo Theatre, followed by a panel discussion and meal.

‘A Struggle of Times’ will feature a high-energy, topical yet comical, inter-generational conversation between a baby boomer and a millennial, culminating in questions for the audience, followed by a panel discussion and vote. Places are free of charge. A separate ticket is required for this event. Book via Eventbrite.

Keynote Speakers - Day 2

Professor Martin Vernon MA, FRCP (London)
Consultant Geriatrician, National Clinical Director for Older People and Person Centred Integrated Care, NHS England & Chair of the NHS England Hospital to Home Programme Board, Associate Professor, Salford University, Visiting Professor, University of Chester
Presentation: The NHS Plan for an Ageing Society

Dr. Kat Taylor BSc and DClinPsy
Senior Clinical Psychologist and Programme Manager
Presentation: Arts and Mental Health Innovation in Children’s Services

Performance

The conference will close with a performance by The Cheshire Fire Choir, and tea and cake, all welcome.