Plenary 3.2 From Idea to Delivery - A Journey of Discovery


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  • Plenary 3.2 From Idea to Delivery - A Journey of Discovery

    1. 1. We Have the Evidence BUTNot From MY Back Yard Prof George C rooks OBE
    2. 2. “More pilots than British Airways?”We want to drive forward at scale... Source:
    3. 3. Keep itSIMPLE
    4. 4. The 1950s How it all began   Groundbreaking Danish legislationHearing examinations and hearing aids were made available to all, free of charge. “ Defectivehearing,” the legislation stated, “ must be regarded as a handicap equal to the loss of a limb or similar afflictions.” Three regional hearing centers were established in C openhagen, Aarhus and Odense.   This far-reaching legislation not only opened up new possibilities with regard to compensation for loss of hearing, but also promoted increased industrial and research activities in the field of hearing healthcare.
    5. 5. What we will do
    6. 6. We Need to Think Differently
    7. 7. Do not use disease specific solutions ONE PROBLEM
    8. 8. SERVICE REDESIGN ICTEducation and Training
    9. 9. C ommunity Engagement
    10. 10. C ommunity Engagement
    11. 11. Themes from Community Engagement  Giving back  C aring for others  Recognising resilience  Sharing skills and experience with others  C onnecting people and communities  Technology
    12. 12. Service Modellocal community
    13. 13. DeliveringAssistedLivingLifestylesAtScale Source:
    14. 14. C ollaboration the Key to Success