Institute of Public Care
Fiona is Assistant Director at the Institute of Public Care at Oxford Brookes University. IPC offers applied research, consultancy, skills development and informatics to care providers, councils, and NHS organisations.
Fiona is an experienced manager of complex change programmes, and a qualified facilitator and coach supporting the development of managers in the sector. She has over 20 years’ experience leading capability building programmes for local authorities, NHS organisations, national governments, and care and support providers. Her specific areas of expertise include organisational learning and development, commissioning and market shaping, and informatics.
As well as leading the team undertaking the National Data and Cyber Security Programme, she is currently updating the national market position statement guidance for the LGA, and working with Tusla to develop national commissioning arrangements for children’s services in Ireland.
The use of technology in care services
As we use more technology in care services, it’s vital that people’s information is kept secure, and that the systems used are reliable. This seminar will highlight key messages from the national research programme that is looking at how care services are using technology, what the risks are, and how services can best be supported to maintain security and good information governance as they use more technology in the future.
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Markus Merne Everon Group
Can a Scandinavian style approach improve care in the UK?
Dr Jamie Wilson Hometouch
How technology, data and a focus on dementia prevention can help relieve the social care burden
Sylvia Bryden-Stock Carers Coaching Academy
The Emotional Roller Coaster of Caring - Are There Solutions?
Jayne Easterbrook United Kingdom Homecare Association
Creating a homecare workforce to support people at home
Bridget Warr CBE United Kingdom Homecare Association (UKHCA)
Key Factors in Providing Quality Homecare Services