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An Audience With CLGdotTV No3 - Social Care & Health

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Six webTV programmes recorded in a day, all with the participation of a studio audience.

An Audience With CLGdotTV No3 - 23 October 2018

Four times each year CLGdotTV - The Local Government Channel invites an audience of around 60 people ( be #oneofthesixty) to share a day of making programmes. The conversations between panelists and the expert audience take place in the CLGdotTV broadcast space where many of the ideas that will shape the future of local public services are discussed every week. The purpose is to advance the thinking and share the conversation with the 10,000+ people who regularly watch CLGdotTV programmes.

Places in the audience are by invitation only. We meet at 58 Victoria Embankment (the NESTA building) two minutes walk from London Blackfriars Station in time for a 10.30am start and it's all over bar the handshakes by 4.30pm. An Audience With CLGdotTV provides creative stimulation, real networking opportunities, the seeding of future collaborations and around six hours of online content viewable on-demand for months to come. Status and traditional hierarchies are irrelevant. The only qualification is a passion for local public services and a keen interest in what citizens can expect of their council in a digital age. There will be no powerpoints just peer to peer conversations that will live on and be accessible long after the day is over.

An Audience with CLGdotTV No3 - central London, 23 October 2018

will focus on social care and health, topics covered will include:

integration of health and social care services around place
the HR and skills connundrum at the heart of social care and health integration
the challenges of patient/citizen information sharing and how these can be overcome
the role of population, NHS ‘SUS’ and other data in improving service interventions and outcomes
self-supporting communities – how far will social prescribing and asset based commissioning take us?
the potential of apps and other digitally-enabled products and services in social care
the sustainability of current health and social care systems.
 
seats in the audience are very limited if you want to#beoneofthe60
email Ben Webber b.webber@boilerhouse.co.uk for more information.

 

An Audience With CLGdotTV No2 - 27 June 2018 included conversations led by
Martin Sadler, Digital Gaps, Mark Cridge, Managing Director, MySociety; Shane O'Neill, Chairman, Elgin. Ingrid Koehler LGiU. Ben Lyons-Grose Head of Service Design and User Experience at Methods; Natasha Epstein, South London Waste Partnership and Chair, Association of London Cleansing Officers, Jane Hancer, Director of Innovation, CC2i Ltd. Marc Greenwood, Head of Business Systems, Coventry City Council; David Watts, Director of Adults Services, City of Wolverhampton Council; Simon Swift, Managing Director of Methods Analytics, Ian Litton, Director, Positive Attributes and David Wilde, DWilde Consulting; Salman Chaudhri Future Gov. Hilary Simpson Sleuth Co-operative, Peter Wells, Head of Policy at the Open Data Institute and Brad Smith, Hertfordshire CC, Tim Lancaster, Arcus Global and Maryvonne Hassall Aylsbury Vale DC, Mark Nicholas, NHS Digital and Vicky Sargent CLGdotTV.

 

 
 

 

 

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