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You are warmly invited to Scottish Care’s workshop series, ‘Ethical Commissioning for the Independent Sector: Rights, Respect & Redistribution’.

Scottish Care members, and other stakeholders, are warmly invited to attend any of the following sessions of our workshop series, ‘Ethical Commissioning for the Independent Sector: Rights, Respect & Redistribution’.

For those unable to attend, Scottish Care will be posting recorded content from the following sessions.

 

Ethical Commissioning for the Independent Sector – Rights

Aberdeen – Mercure Caledonian Hotel Aberdeen – 11 March 2024

How do we ensure that commissioning procedures under a National Care Service empower service users to express their informed wishes?

Scottish Care invites you to the Mercure Aberdeen for an all-day session exploring the best practice of commissioning right-based care.

Join us to learn from, and share your experience with, expert stakeholders involved in the commissioning of care services across Scotland, focusing on:

  • The implementation of human-rights approaches
  • The full involvement of people with lived experience
  • The delivery of person-led care

Spaces are open to members and non-members, please book your spot through Eventbrite.

Tickets are free of charge and will include a complimentary lunch, alongside teas/coffees and other snacks.

Do inform us if you have any dietary and/or other requirements.

 

Ethical Commissioning for the Independent Sector – Respect

Edinburgh – Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh City Centre – 19 April 2024

In this session we will be exploring how commissioning procedures can empower, rather than devalue, the workforce of independent services, and what is needed to ensure that any re-balance of power and accountability under a National Care Service is here to stay.

This includes best practice when commissioning co-produced social care, predicated on mutual respect, and the necessary cultural change to achieve this.

Join us to learn from, and share your experiences with, expert stakeholders involved in the commissioning of care services across Scotland, focusing on:

  • Fair Working Practices
  • High Quality Care

Spaces are open to members and non-members, please book your spot through Eventbrite.

Tickets for this event are free of charge and will include a complimentary lunch, alongside teas/coffees and other snacks.

Do inform us if you have any dietary and/or other requirements.

 

Ethical Commissioning for the Independent Sector – Redistribution

Glasgow – Venue TBC

Event details will be made available in due course.

For any queries on any of the above workshop sessions, please get in contact through [email protected] or by phone at 0739 850 3895.

 

Ethical Commissioning for the Independent Sector – A Rural Perspective

Inverness – Inverness Creative Academy – 27 March 2024

How can ethical commissioning support the unique care needs of rural communities?

Scottish Care members and other interested stakeholders are invited to a bespoke workshop session on 27 March 2024, from 14:00 – 16:30.

As part of a roundtable and Q & A session, you are invited to learn from and share your experiences with expert local stakeholders from NHS Highland and Scottish Care, on:

    • Barriers and levels to care delivery within rural and island communities
    • Cases of good commissioning practice across the locality
    • Ways to support the ongoing participation of rural/highland communities within the NCS/commissioning discussion

Spaces are available to book, free of charge, through Eventbrite.

The session will come with teas, coffees and snacks, and do let us know us any dietary and/or accessibility requirements.