In this series of videos, David Stewart (Clinical Lead for the Moving Forward Together Programme), talks about the strategy to develop health and social care services across Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
Andy Winter Consultant in Sexual Health and HIV / eHealth consultant
Andy talks about...
records available, rarely missing nowadays
need to think about how we can use these tools further
results arrive quickly
find out about a patient quickly instead of writing letters and waiting for a reply!
patients can message me and I can reply when issues come up
exciting programme because of involvement of practitioners and public
it’s a long term vision
our chance to get health care right for the future
Mike McKirdy Consultant Breast Surgeon, RAH Paisley
Mike talks about...
Working in a team specialising in breast cancer
Increasing numbers of people to try and diagnose
Expert teams that focus in on a particular disease
The need to co-locate and use specialist equipment
Specialist teams in fewer locations but better outcomes for patients
Expert teams now mean people are living much longer following surgery than in previous years
Shaping services so that they are appropriate and people can be seen quickly and looked after properly
Tricia Moylan Consultant Physician, Older Peoples services, based in south sector
Tricia talks about...
we want people to live an independent and active life
we need to change to provide the best care that people deserve
more links with community and care homes
best experience in hospital and return home soon
we provide better care at home
less disruption for e.g. dementia, less difficult for carers and relatives
MFT opportunity to provide seamless care in the right setting at the right time
Michael Smith Lead Associate Medical Director Mental Health, Consultant psychiatrist
Michael talks about...
referral to MH services increasing in all age population
self referral - chance to speak to clinician
old hospitals have gone
focus on care and treatment in community
accessible services more useful to people in their everyday lives
people get seen and treated earlier, before they are very unwell
joining up health and social care is key to mental health
MFT means we invest in future not the past
commit to everybody that everyone gets all they need, but not more than they need!
Hector Macdonald GP at Port Glasgow Health Centre, Clinical Director Inverclyde HSCP
Hector talks about...
noted changes over 17 year career as GP
age, living longer with many illnesses and medications
care input from all different kinds of professionals
better informed population nowadays
computerisation has made GP easier
online information for patients and ways to engage
face to face contact is still at the core, especially at difficult times
being able to empathise is still vital
other services are often more appropriate for first contact nowadays e.g. paramedic or nurse visits to home.
Pamela Vaughan NHSGGC Physiotherapist, Advanced Practice in Respiratory Care
Pamela talks about...
how best to deliver in the future
patients managing 3-4 chronic conditions
patients need access to support and care
better to look after at home
can manage patients at home
specialists and GPs send patients to us
we can offer physical treatment and exercise that avoids medications and side effects
patients can look after themselves and avoid trips to GP and hospital
looking to deliver virtual clinics via phone and web chat for routine and 'good news' appointments.
David Dodds Chief of Medicine, Regional Services / Clinical Oncologist Beatson Cancer Centre
David talks about
The increased multidisciplinary input in cancer treatment and care over the last 5 to 10 years
The increasing complexity of cancer treatments and complexity of individual cancer patients
The influence of technology and in particular radiotherapy where it has driven huge improvements
Use of artificial intelligence and computing to generate treatment plans and molecular genetics to determine drug treatments for cancers
How specialist treatments need to be delivered in specialist centres
Services that might be delivered in the community such as dispensing some oral chemotherapy
Ian Ritchie NHSGGC Board Member, Retired Orthopaedic Consultant
Ian talks about...
Providing 21st century care for the whole population of Greater Glasgow and Clyde
Population has changed and people are living longer, some with more than one health condition
The systems and structures of the NHS need to change to manage more people living with long-term conditions
Services becoming more specialised and a need to concentrate them in fewer locations in pursuit of first class care
MFT Stakeholder Reference Group
Five members of the Moving Forward Together Stakeholder Reference Group made videos to provide feedback about their involvement, participation and what they think about the Moving Forward Together Programme.
The Stakeholder Reference Group is made up of patients, service users and carers or representatives from groups’ or organisations’ that represent them and was established to support how the Moving Forward Together Programme will inform and engage with the wider public.
Susan McDonald - Active Communities, Manager
Susan is the manger of a Third Sector community-led health project in Renfrewshire and an active member of Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership Specialty Planning Group.
Anne Marie Kennedy - Moving Forward Together Representative
Anne Marie coordinates a volunteer driver service in East Renfrewshire and sits on the East Renfrewshire Integrated Joint Board as the voluntary sector rep as well as being an active participant on NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde groups looking at the Patient and Carer Experience.
Morag Cullen Volunteer Guide at the QEUH, patient and retired nurse
Morag talks about...
felt we were listened to
hopeful when this is being rolled out the public will see that a lot of patients and carers are involved
Janice Woodburn Patient
Janice talks about...
look at the way forward for healthcare as it needs to evolve
really interesting to see what will happen in the future
strong confidence that what we discuss will be taken forward
work behind the scenes is taking the health service forward and people are willing to listen to patients like me
key message: things are going to change, you might see other people, it's about using the resource we have more efficiently
Martin Brickley (Retired), Public Partner East Dunbartonshire HSCP
Martin talks about...
every specialist has been very understanding in their presentations
now we have confidence to ask questions and the information we give has been listened to
modern medicine has changed everything we do
we have to look at a different way of approaching our own health and how we get treatment
far better we are involved in prevention instead of having to go to hospital to get a cure!
MFT - Whole System Event
30th January 2018, City Chambers Glasgow
This playlist contains all video presentations, open the playlist in YouTube to choose individual presentations.