During this unprecedented time, we encourage all to follow Government guidelines and to stay at home. The mPower staff who are clinically trained have been diverted to work in support of the front-line services during this pandemic. The rest of our teams are working from home to keep both themselves and the public they serve healthy. Our support continues, mostly via telephone and digital communication and we encourage all who need support to get in touch with your local mPower contact. Contact details can be found here. As a project we support those who are most vulnerable to the virus, and therefore want to do all we can to help and support in any way we can.
Stay safe, stay home and stay healthy and we’ll try to help you stay connected.
Our latest webinar is with Dr Graham Kramer – he will be speaking about a personalised and self-management approach to healthcare.
This webinar introduces people to Care and Support Planning and the House of Care Framework that enables Primary Care teams to manage the shift from their current approaches to people living with long-term conditions to one that aligns with our ambitions of Health, Social and Community integration, Realistic Medicine and supported self-management
Dr Kramer will discuss the current policy landscape of health and social care aspires to encourage personalised, self-management approaches, with people in the driving seat, helping them to achieve their own goals. It promotes wellness and recognises that beneficial outcomes can be achieved not just with medical interventions but through social inclusiveness and community support (“more than medicine”).
Dr Graham Kramer is the Scottish Government’s clinical lead for Self-Management and Health Literacy. To register email Nicola.Maher@nhs.net