Health & Social Care Professionals Day 4th March

Building on the successes of 2018 and 2019 ; HSCP Day 2020 will take place on Wednesday, 4th March, 2020. The day provides a valuable opportunity to:

  • Share knowledge and experiences amongst HSCP and multi-disciplinary colleagues, helping to develop communities and networks of practice.
  • Share the value of HSCP services to our service users and the healthcare system overall, leading to increased awareness about the work of individual professions, better collaboration and shared understanding.
  •  Recognise and celebrate the enormous impact of HSCP services on our service users, made possible only through our dedicated and inspiring work-force.
  • The theme this year has been chosen from the feedback from the HSCP Strategy Planning Workshops which reflect key messages from HSCP in frontline services , i.e. , HSCP Integrate, Innovate, Deliver.

 

To register your event and obtain more information, please contact:
eileen.walsh@hse.ie
Twitter hashtag:
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What people did in 2019 to celebrate the Day
University Hospital, Galway – Individual HSCP professions displayed posters and pull up banners. 8 rapid fire presentations of collaborative projects were delivered to a wide audience. The day also included the shadowing of HSCPs by senior management. Lots of engagement with staff and patients.
St. Michael’s House, Dublin – HSCP staff recorded short video clips explaining their various roles. SLT, OT, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Dietitics, Play Therapy, Social Work and Social Care all took part. The 12 minute internal staff video was screened in each of 3 bases – Ballymun, Coolock and Goatstown. The coffee break provided the perfect time to watch the video with colleagues.
St. James’ Hospital, Dublin – Included Research and Innovation Breakfast Presentations. Keynote presenter, Dr. Anne O’Connor, Interim Director General, HSE, presented on A Perspective on Leadership in Public Services.
CHO DNCC/Mental Health Service, Dublin CHO 9 – Had a celebratory HSCP afternoon tea to share innovative practice, research ideas etc. with clinical psychology, social work and peer support workers colleagues in mental health.
Primary Care, Cavan/Monaghan – Held a HSCP information morning in Drumalee Community Primary Care Team Building, Cavan. Also included a poster display and information stand with promotional leaflets in the foyer of the building.
Cork University Hospital – Showcase of disciplines on posters and banners in hospital foyer. Developed crossword (based on information in HSCP Catalogue) on HSCP role and how they enhance healthcare.