Yorkshire and Humber subscriber workshop, February 2010
We held our annual event for subscribers in Yorkshire and The Humber in Sheffield on 25 February 2010.
It was an amazing day, full of inspiring presentations, creativity, fun and energy, all directed towards imagining a different future for patient and service user involvement in health care.
We "tweeted" throughout the day, with the result that an estimated 3,600 people were aware of the event. Some people followed our Twitter commentary online and joined in the debate. One result was this blog post, the following day:
On this page you'll (soon) find links to the presentations, pictures and videos from the day. Feel free to share!
Thank you to our wonderful speakers. The slides are available here (for those that had slides!).
- James Munro - What's new at Patient Opinion?
- Helen Wyatt - Using Patient Opinion in NHS Rotherham
- Denise Anderton - Using Patient Opinion in community services in Hull
Denise Anderton, Head of Social Business and Engagement at City Health Care Partnership talks to Kate about how she is enjoying the day's mix of fun and learning.
After Jason's presentation, Andrew Howorth from Leeds Partnership NHS Foundation Trust discusses the idea of using Patient Opinion as a platform for people to ask questions anonymously and get a response from the trust.