From 12:30 until 14:00
This webinar will explore the topic of self-management or self-care. It will look at the skills needed for people working in health and care to foster self-management and interventions for people with long term health conditions.
CEmPaC director Jim Phillips who will provide an overview of the current range of approaches across health and care systems, evidence and common themes. Dr Andrew McDowell for TPC health will explore the role of health coaching skills and how they underpin all interactions in health and social care with some practical tips. Lynne Craven who will share her personal experience of self-management and how she applied that to being part of the team that developed and ran a highly effective evidence based structured self-management program that enable people with long term health conditions to develop the confidence to self-manage.
About our presenters:
Lynne Craven- describes herself as “part time patient, full time person” Lynne has used her experience of self-managing her own long term health condition to help shape a number of internationally recognised approaches. She has extensive experience of training and supporting people to run courses where health professionals and people with lived experience deliver programmes in equal partnerships.
Dr Andrew McDowell – founder of TPC Health is a psychologist, coach and leadership professional with more than 30 years’ experience of innovation in the health and care sector and one of the first providers to be assured by the new UK Personalized Care Institute Jim Phillips- Director- CEmPaC- Jim has specialised in self-management intervention to support long term health conditions for over 30 years leading on the original NHS expert patient programme and numerous other approaches in the UK and internationally This webinar is one in a series hosted by The Centre for Empowering Patients and Communities. For more info go to cempac.org