At the end of November we were honored to welcome Buurtzorg Nederland founders Jos de Blok and Gonnie Kronenberg and their foundation’s supervisory board for two days of meetings with us in London.
We explored progress in the Transforming Integrated Care in the Community (TICC) project — which is part-funded by the 2Seas programme of the European Regional Development Fund — and took the opportunity to invite representatives of our partners in the project to a seminar and lunch, and to connect them with others around Britain with whom we are also collaborating.
Here are some of the highlights from an event that left us — and many others, judging by the feedback! — inspired to build on our successes so far to support truly person-centred neighbourhood care by self-managed professional teams. With the continuing support of the 2Seas programme we look forward to doing just that in 2020.
You will hear from Camilla Cavendish, Author of Extra Time. Jo Maybin who worked on the Evaluation of the recent West Suffolk Test and Learn and two of the nurses from Kent who are currently working in the Buurtzorg way thanks to the Transforming Integrated Care in the Community (TICC) project.