The event, chaired by Liz Jones is called “What enables staff to use resident data for care” and will focus on implementing change in care homes: what works to support the uptake and use of information about people living in care homes.
We all know about the digital agenda the move to standardise how we collect information about people living in care homes.
This series of talks asks what needs to be in place to make this more than an administrative exercise superimposed on the “real” work of care.
Join us to hear and discuss the DACHA study findings discussing what helps to ensure information about people living in care homes is useful and usable for all involved in commissioning, providing, receiving, and overseeing care.
It’s a lunchtime session, from 12noon to 1.30pm and you can book your places here.