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IHSCM What's On Guide November & December 2022

IHSCM National Conference

The Institute of Health & Social Care Management exists purely to support and encourage the development of its thousands of members. All of you have worked incredibly hard over the last year in the most extraordinary circumstances.

This conference highlights leadership excellence, qualities of high performance leadership and shares experiences of those who have learnt the do’s and don’ts. Come and listen, contribute, encourage and learn from shared experience.

There will be presentations from our Regional Hubs, Partners, and IHSCM Members.

How evidence based digital health tools can improve young people’s mental health & how signposting to local services can be improved through engagement.




Rohaise Rose-Bristow, Owner & Director of The Torridon luxury hideaway speaks about leadership in a place like no other.

This session will ask leaders to take a broader perspective on the challenges that face their people & enable them to better understand & appreciate organisational behavioural challenges to arrive at better solutions.


Round Table Events

Join us for our first Round Table event on Domestic Violence as part of our monthly Workforce Wellbeing SIG Meeting. We will be discussing:

  • Other culture’s take on what violence is and how to address DV. Sharing experiences of ethnic and non-English approaches.
  • Tips on how to identify behaviours and cues and what not to do.
  • Support for staff, team members, family, service users and their families.
  • Root causes and barriers.
  • How to maintain relationships
  • Health inequalities
  • Representation and creating awareness
  • Support for men and women.

Join us for our IHSCM Women in Leadership Special Interest Group Bi-Monthly Meeting. This group will:

  • Encourage the development and promotion of women at senior levels to join this group.
  • Represent women at senior levels.
  • Establish an agenda that achieves change.
  • Create a guide with practical steps to help leaders act on change/ accelerate and provide support.
  • Focus on tangible outcomes and practical tips.
  • Engage with professional groups (other IHSCM SIGs, organisations and universities).
  • Involve social care members.
  • Demonstrate the scale of the problem, and share experiences: positive and negative; the do’s and don’ts.

As part of this meeting, there will be a Round Table discussion on Women’s Health and Wellbeing Strategy

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