The Centre for Management Development & Innovation (CMDI), in partnership with the Institute for Health Research, present the inaugural Integrated Care Symposium on the 10th of July 2024

This event has already taken place.

Student Life Building Room 208/209

10:00 - 14:00

Registration no longer available

We welcome all those interested in the leadership and delivery of integrated care and warmly welcome our keynote speaker, Professor Rowan Pritchard-Jones. Professor Pritchard Jones was appointed Executive Medical Director of the Cheshire and Merseyside Integrated Care System in July 2022. Professor Pritchard-Jones is dedicated to system-wide improvements for patients and is determined to break down silo-working practices that act as a barrier to a truly joined-up, holistic approach to healthcare - across social, primary, secondary, and tertiary care services. He is also a committed collaborator, passionate about innovative solutions in a post-pandemic NHS. 

In addition to the keynote address, this symposium will include interactive sessions to share current research and best practices. The sessions will also support the development of future opportunities and areas of interest that can connect health and social care professionals with academic teams. A key objective of the symposium is to foster collaborative relationships with stakeholders, including the NHS, local government, and academic partners. This event represents a unique opportunity to connect with a wide network of professionals and academics, facilitating the co-development of future research initiatives focused on integrated care. Together, we aim to strengthen the connectivity of academic and professional networks, showcasing the breadth of integrated care research across various disciplines.

Call for Posters:

We invite researchers and students to submit proposals for poster presentations at the Integrated Care Symposium. Poster presentations offer an excellent opportunity to share your work, engage in discussions, and exchange ideas with internal and external colleagues.

To be considered for a poster presentation, please submit a 250-word abstract outlining your research or project's focus, methodology, and key findings or implications. Abstracts should be submitted electronically to Lisa Knight (l.knight@ljmu.ac.uk] by the 10th June. Accepted poster presenters can showcase their work during dedicated poster sessions, fostering networking and development.

Please book your place here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/lbs/t-vvkgvgj