• 30Apr

    Creating a co-produced web based hub of tools and information to commission epilepsy services: voluntary sector and CCG partnership – Case Study Session: PIF Annual Conference 2016

    At the PIF Annual Conference on Wednesday 25 May 2016 delegates will be able to choose to attend two of six Case Study Sessions on a variety of topics, that have involved partnership working to improve healthcare information and support.

    We will be showcasing each Case Study Session over the next month.  Below is an overview of the Case Study that will be presented by Epilepsy Action and Norfolk Community Health and Care Trust.

    You can find out more details about the conference and how you can attend here:www.pifonline.org.uk/2016-conference

    Creating a co-produced web based hub of tools and information to commission epilepsy services: voluntary sector and CCG partnership

    We will take you through our experience of the collaborative creation of the online Epilepsy Commissioning Toolkit.

    You will hear about how we worked with multiple stakeholders to gather information, examples of good practice, research and data. We will reflect on how to present this complex information on the web for national access. We will also look at the importance of collecting and learning from feedback.

    You will find out how a patient group has used and informed the Toolkit, and share examples of how patients have been involved when producing and reviewing resources.

    Finally we will discuss how this can be used to inform your future work.

    We look forward to meeting you. Peri and Juliet

    Peri O’Connor – Healthcare Projects Coordinator, Epilepsy Action and Juliet Ashton – Epilepsy Nurse Specialist, Norfolk Community Health and Care Trust

    Juliet and Peri have been working together to develop the ‘Epilepsy Commissioning Toolkit’, which is a web-based hub of information, advice and evidence needed to improve or commission epilepsy services. Informing the decision making process of service improvements for a Clinical Commissioning Group’s (CCG) population of people living with epilepsy.

    There are many forms of information, tools and data which exist for epilepsy, however these can be a challenge to find and require some knowledge of what is available.

    With that in mind the epilepsy voluntary sector, Epilepsy Action and Epilepsy Society, have worked with nine CCGs to create a process of commissioning steps. The sections will take commissioners and providers through the commissioning process. The findings and recommendations will be shared in other areas across the country.