On-demand: featuring presentation and speaker Q&A: Find out how you can incorporate holistic support into your cancer service, tailoring care to each individual, throughout treatment and beyond. With specific focus on personalised care for people with cancer in the Long-Term Plan, this one-hour webinar will provide you with evidenced insights and first-hand experiences from The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust personalised care team.
What is it about?
Designed for all professionals working within the cancer pathway. Take a proactive approach to your learning and view this free, online webinar to enhance your existing knowledge of personalised care. Discover how you can deliver effective support during cancer treatment and beyond by:
- Understanding the benefits of person-centred care and non-clinical support services
- Navigating a comprehensive, whole system model to personalised care
- Exploring how the system links together and the MDT is involved in delivery
- Determining how to incorporate personalised care into your clinical setting
Support and guidance for you in your own time
FREE for all, learn how to incorporate approaches to personalised care and non-clinical support in your cancer team:
- One hour of presentation and speaker Q&A
- Featuring an engaging video you can access in your own time
- Free to all NHS and public sector professionals
- Immediately accessible on the 'watch now' tab
Providing personalised care and support planning in your cancer service
Leah Morgan, Personalised Care and Cancer Improvement Facilitator, The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust
Question and answer session with Leah Morgan
First-hand speaker experience
Leah Morgan works as the Personalised Care Lead and Cancer Improvement Facilitator at Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals (SaTH) NHS Trust, supporting people living with and beyond cancer. Leah Morgan graduated with a Degree (with hons) of Bachelor Science in Nursing Practice and after working as a nurse on the acute oncology ward and sepsis clinical nurse specialist at The Christie, Manchester. She moved to Shropshire to develop her career in managing projects to support people affected by cancer as part of the Recovery Package, initially Macmillan funded. Whilst developing her project management skills through gaining PRINCE2 qualifications, she spent the first four years working with both clinical and non-clinical teams at SaTH, developing award winning resources and support pathways for people living with and beyond cancer as part of the Personalised Care agenda in the NHS Long Term Plan. Now fully employed by the Trust, she continues to develop the programme and has recently started to develop relationships within Primary Care and other community sectors. She now works closely with a vast number of organisations and services that also support people living with cancer to support an all-around approach to the person’s care.