Learning Lunch Webinar
Watch our latest presentation on how the Personalised Care NHS Long Term Plan is evolving to ensure people have more choice and control over the way their care is planned and delivered. This ensures that it is based on ‘what matters’ to them and their individual strengths and needs.
There are several components of personalised care that work together to deliver an overall holistic approach for the patient throughout their treatment and beyond; this includes building strong relationships with Social Prescribing and other community-based support. Personalised care recognises that, for many people, their needs arise from circumstances beyond the purely medical, and by introducing connections to services and organisations in their communities, this will enable the person living with cancer to access support and build resilience at a time that suits them.
Cancer Survivorship Improvement Facilitator
THE SHREWSBURY AND TELFORD HOSPITAL NHS TRUST
Leah Morgan works as the Cancer Survivorship Improvement Facilitator at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals (SaTH) NHS Trust, supporting people living with and beyond cancer. Leah Morgan graduated with a Degree (with hons) of Bachelor Science in Nursing Practice and after working as an acute oncology and sepsis clinical nurse specialist at The Christie, Manchester, she moved to Shropshire to develop her career in managing projects to support people affected by cancer as part of the Recovery Package. Initially Macmillan funded and whilst developing her project management skills through gaining PRINCE2 qualifications, she spent four years working with both clinical and non-clinical teams at SaTH, developing award winning resources and support pathways for people living with and beyond cancer as part of the Personalised Care agenda in the NHS Long Term Plan. Now fully employed by the Trust, she continues to develop the programme and has recently started to develop relationships within Primary Care and other community sectors. She now works closely with a vast number of organisations and services that also support people living with cancer to support a holistic approach to the person’s care.
Head of Healthcare
Chris Elkin is the Head of Healthcare here at Piota Apps. Chris has been in the Digital Media industry for over 20 years and has a complimentary mix of creative, technical and consultancy based skills. Chris spent 10 years working at a large NHS Trust as their Digital Media Manager responsible for their portfolio of online learning content and systems, Internet & Intranet sites and latterly developing bespoke apps. The Training Passport App was the winner of a number of awards. Since joining Piota Chris has significantly grown the Healthcare division and now works with over 60 NHS Teams helping them to realise their App goals.
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