WCVA logoWelsh Government’s ten-year plan for A Healthier Wales sets a single, shared vision for health and social care in Wales in which the third sector, both the paid and unpaid workforce, including volunteers and unpaid carers, play an integral part.

This free conference is for third sector organisations and public sector teams working at a strategic and/or senior operational level. It’s a chance to explore the key role for the third sector in realising how the ambitious vision can be made into reality.

Time TBC – Thursday 23rd May 2019; Cardiff City Stadium, Leckwith Rd, Cardiff CF11 8AZ

Swansea Co-production Network, facilitated by SCVS, will be running workshops to help think about the practical steps to take; the values, skills and understanding of co-production principles, and what you need to change to establish conditions for co-production to flourish in your organisation and networks to ensure an effective, efficient, equitable and sustainable whole system approach.

Based on our experience of co-productive commissioning, involving our population and partners and building on the philosophy of Prudent Healthcare, we will have time to explore ‘A Healthier Wales’ national design principle four: 

‘Voice – empowering people with the information and support they need to understand and to manage their health and well-being, to make decisions about care and treatment based on ‘what matters’ to them, and to contribute to improving our whole system approach to health and care, the principles to be adopted to drive transformation’.

To reserve a space, please e-mail: [email protected]

A Healthier Wales: our Plan for Health and Social Care October 2018 and the 10 design principles can be found by clicking here