Wednesday 15 November 2017
11:30 AM - 6:30 PM


Holiday Inn Royal Victoria
Victoria Station Road
Sheffield S4 7YE

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Insignia Health

Health Activation and Its Role in Person-Centred Care and Improved Health Outcomes

Gain insight into how the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) is being implemented and applied within a variety of settings and programmes to help utilise resources more effectively and improve health outcomes.

Free Seminar.  Register Today!

Wednesday, 15 Nov. 2017 from 11:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Holiday Inn Royal Victoria
Victoria Station Road, Sheffield S4 7YE

No charge to participants. Lunch and parking included.


11:30 am - Registration and lunch compliments of Insignia Health

12:15 pm – Welcome! Achieving Equity in Self-Management: Key learnings from the past 10 years in increasing activation, Chris Delaney, CEO of Insignia Health

12:45 pm – The benefits of using PAM-based health coaching to develop activation; and how to embed these processes into NHS systems, Drs. Ollie Hart and Tim Williams, Sloan Medical Center, Sheffield

1:30 pm – Transformation through patient activation: Learnings thus far from the application of PAM to improve patient self-management in the east of England, Victoria Corbishley, Director of Transformation, Eastern Academic Health Science Network.

2:15 pm – Promoting prevention and supporting customers to improve their own health and care, Dr. Nichola Stefanou, Head of Clinical Practice, Home Group

2:45 pm – Break 

3:00 pm – Exploring the demand for Personalised Care in the NHS and its impact on individuals and the system, James Sanderson, Director of Personalised Care, NHS England 

3:45 pm – The Application of PAM to Support Personalised Care & Behaviour Change Across the Fylde Coast, Katie Goulding, Organizational Development Facilitator, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals

4:30 – Patient Activation in the Pharmacy Setting, Kevin Noble, Community Pharmacy Lead at NHS Isle of Wight and Managing Partner Pinnacle Health LLP

5:00 pm – Panel discussion with your questions

5:30 pm – Reception continues

6:30 pm - Seminar close 

We look forward to having you join us!


In preparation, here are a video, recent news items and reports on the expanding use of PAM in person-centred care around the UK:

Video: NHS England uses the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) for Person-Centred Care

 NHS England expands PAM license to cover nearly 2 million patients

Adding a Measure of Patient Self-Management Capability to Risk Assessment Can Improve Prediction of High Costs

PAM used in ground-breaking national project for kidney patients across UK

University of Leicester: Independent evaluation of the feasibility of using PAM in the NHS in England.  Early findings