An upcoming webinar will offer the opportunity to hear from voluntary, private and public sector partners on their experiences of working together to deliver results for people who may have otherwise been excluded from care. 

Collaborations for Inclusion, hosted by PIF member National Voices, takes place from 10am to 11.30am on 14 June.

National Voices chief executive Charlotte Augst will chair the session and will welcome:

  • Peter Smethurst, Senior Business Unit Director, Gilead Sciences
  • Fiona Loud, Policy Director, Kidney Care UK
  • Catherine Stannard, KQuIP Quality Improvement Programme Manager, The Renal Association

Delegates will hear about the DAYlife home dialysis project.

Run by The Renal Association and British Renal Society’s Kidney Quality Improvement Programme, in partnership with Kidney Care UK, Baxter and NxStage Fresenius, the project has improved the take-up and quality of home dialysis.

Delegates will also hear about the Hepatitis C project run by Gilead Sciences and Change Grow Live with NHS England, which has the ambitious aim of eradicating Hepatitis C in the UK by working with often marginalised communities.

The session will then be opened up for a wider discussion about good partnerships.

Anyone interested in partnership working is invited to attend.

The event is free. Click here to register.