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#2 Mobilise the assets of the wider community

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Our second proposed redesign principle is to mobilise the assets of the wider community which is based on patients having agency and control e.g.

  • Enabling self-care
  • Shared decision-making
  • Patient activation
  • Care planning
  • Peer to peer support for carers and patients

Statutory services view communities, patient and advocacy groups as system leaders alongside “formal” system leaders

  • Invest in community development


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Majority of developments in the health and social care space are apps and internet base, yet the highest users of our health and social care services are people that have little IT skills, have no desire to use the internet or a PC....BUT they use a TV. We have challenged the traditional developments by using the person's TV to deliver a secure easy to use walled garden set of services via a unique ABC keyboard. This opens up the opportunity of the community to increase support to the...

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World Health Innovation Summit CIC Mission Statement To support inspiring platforms around the world that encourage innovation and knowledge exchange to improve health and social care. Vision To set the benchmark in providing and supporting health and social care summits around the world. Goals To support the best platform for knowledge exchange in health and social care To work with our communities – patients, clinicians, managers, voluntary sector, education and...

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This is a sound principle but the examples quoted are all fixes that might be developed as a result. I think it is worth emphasising here the need to use a common language across all parties (which may be plain English) to enable the wider community to engage in the whole process of co-production. Health talk disease, social care focuses on dependency and we deliver through services with the same names but different definitions. No wonder it is confusing and difficult for the public to feel...

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We're hoping to build a network of citizen leaders who can work alongside clinical and managerial leads to deliver the new models of care which our Vanguard team are working on. We've found that we need to look at the support and development needed to enable community representatives to become citizen leaders. To give them the right skills to feel confident enough to work collaboratively, challenge appropriately, advocate on behalf of the work and to lead others in the community....

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Important to pay attention to new skills and culture needed to mobilise on this principle.   Coulter et al (2008) state “ t oo often, the way in which clinicians and patients interact tends to promote passivity and dependence, instead of self-reliance, thus sapping patients’ self-confidence and undermining their ability to cope ” (p.5).  Need to ensure we focus on all 3 aspects: patients being open and willing to engage in co-production, clinicians being willing and skilled in...

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When talking about peer-to-peer support I have visions of people living with dementia or carers who all have the same or similar challenges sitting in a room together trying to resolve the challenges they are facing. In other scenarios we would be talking about 'groupthink' but 'group paralysis' may be a more accurate description of the potential created by the lack of diversity in this approach to self-help and self-care. If we want to encourage social innovation, we need to truely...

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Mobilising community assets sounds a great idea in principle and I'm involved in lots of conversations in Birmingham's health and care systems on this very topic. However many assets are dynamic and don't stay mapped, which means the approach to mapping them must be continuous and dynamic. And that's tricky because how do you continuously map a dynamic system? The assumption here is that 'someone' must, which implies command and control again - we (the system) map it so that we can design...

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This design principle reminds me of an important learning moment.   ..As I settled into my seat, and took out a pen to mark things up, I quickly realized that a young boy (maybe 6 years old) was watching me (he must have been about eye level with my paper) and asked me what I was reading. I told him it was my homework, and then he proceeded to tell me that he was going into grade one, and how excited he was about it. I then said to him that it was, indeed, exciting, and that he too...

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In general I think all 10 principles are very sound but some additional issues are: - for health and care it is important to engage staff as well as the public - as well as engaging the public as service users/improving self care and so forth there is also the issue of engaging them as citizens/voters - consultation to use an old word - local and national politicians and local media need to be factored in - thinking about the NHS there is "air cover" needed for some local change plus...

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In general I think all 10 principles are very sound but some additional issues are: - for health and care it is important to engage staff as well as the public - as well as engaging the public as service users/improving self care and so forth there is also the issue of engaging them as citizens/voters - consultation to use an old word - local and national politicians and local media need to be factored in - thinking about the NHS there is "air cover" needed for some local change plus...

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