Making self-management support a reality: event slides

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This resource is a series of slides that were presented at the Health Foundation's 'Making self-management support a reality' event, held in May 2015. The slide sets share the learning from Whittington Health, Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundatiuon Trust on how best to put self-management support into practice.

They include slide sets describing what self management support is, how health professionals can best be supported to develop and put self-management support skills into practice, the challenges organisations face in implementing self-management support and some of the solutions, the journey that people go through to become confident self-managers, and the challenges of spreading self-management support and some of the solutions.

Making self-management support a reality: learning from practice

These slides briefly set out what self-management support is and how people can be supported to self-manage by using the techniques of agenda-setting, goal-setting and goal follow-up.

Frontline staff

These slides describe some of the key learning from organisations implementing self-management support about how to train and support health professionals to develop and use specific self-management support skills.

Organisational journey

These slides set out some of the key challenges that organisations implementing self-management support experienced, some of the ways they overcame these and progress made.

Supporting people to self-manage their long term condition(s)

These slides set out the journey that people go through to become confident self-managers and how they can be facilitated to do this.

Challenges of spreading self-management support

These slides describe some of the key challenges involved in implementing self-management suppport across a local health and social care economy, and how these have been addressed in NHS Ayrshire and Arran.

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