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Powerful Partnerships in Perth and Kinross

12th September 2016

Health and social care integration may be the most powerful health care partnership in our time. 

In partnership with Self Management Network Scotland, Perth and Kinross Association of Voluntary Services (PKAVS), Mindspace and Positive Choices want to work with you to explore:

  • What self managing your long term condition means to you;
  • how supported self management can become a true partnership between people living with long-term conditions and the services that support them;
  • what needs to happen to make the integration of health and social care improve your helath care;
  • and what you can contribute to the success of the integration.

We hope to gather a representative mix of people living and working in Perth and Kinross including people:

  • living with long term conditions
  • who care for someone
  • working in health and social care
  • working in the thrid sector

We hope everyone will be happy to participate in the event but you only need to contribute where you feel comfortable. There is no need to share any personal information about yourself or your health condition. We will be talking about: the integration of health and social care in Perth and Kinorss; your views on what this should look like; and how this can support people to self-manage their long term conditions.

Date: Wednesday 5th October 2016

Time: 10am to 3pm

Venue: Perth Concert Hall, Mill Street, Perth, PH1 5HZ

Contact Lara Murray to register for this event. Please include any access or dietry requirements.

Phone: 0141 4040231        Email:



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