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Find out more about the latest news from the England Centre for Practice Development, including research we're involved in, achievements, awards and more.
Carrie Jackson, Director of the England Centre for Practice Development, comments on Emma Williams' blog, Partnerships, People and Systems.
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Professor Kim Manley CBE, Associate Director of the England Centre for Practice Development hosted by the University, has been honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award by Zenith Global Health.
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ECPD's Organisational Fellow, Focus Games, have had some of their games reviewed by Dr Berci Mesko in an article titled 'Doctors Should Play Board Games to Get Better at Teamwork'.
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Carrie Jackson has featured in Cochrane UK's Evidently Cochrane series, with a blog entitled 'Social Living Models for People Living with Dementia: Future Ways of Living Well at Home.'
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From 8th July - 20th August, the Every Picture Tells a Story exhibition will be on show at The Beaney in Canterbury. This is a joint collaboration with the Community Arts and Education department, the England Centre for Practice Development and Shaw Trust/Live Well Kent.
Learn more about the exhibition
Leah Thorn, Leverhulme Trust artist in residence, has created a poetry project for women in their 60s, Older Women Rock.
Find out more about Older Women Rock
Kim Manley, Professor of Practice Development, Research and Innovation for the England Centre for Practice Development, featured on the Nursing Times website discussing her career and research.
Dr Peter Carter OBE, Visiting Professor in the England Centre for Practice Development, has been appointed as Interim Chairman of Medway NHS Foundation Trust.
Read more about the appointment
The East Kent Clinical Forum held a workshop on 4 May 2017 to consider changes to the rheumatology pathway. Professor Kim Manley presented the results of work she has done.
Read the East Kent Delivery Board press release
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