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Joe Tibbetts is the founder and CEO of CLGdotTV. He hosts Working Lunch and chairs AnswerTime the CLGdotTV panel show. Joe chairs conferences and advises public and private sector organisations on how to get heard.

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The state of drug treatment in the United Kingdom

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Prun Bijral, Medical Director at Change, Grow, Live, and Liz McCulloch Head of Policy for Volteface discuss the state of drug treatment with Paul North Head of Comms at Volteface. 

Volteface is a think tank looking at alternatives to current drug policies. Volteface encourages fresh thinking and new ideas via and online and print magazine and through an ongoing programme of private and public events.
 
Volteface works with an array of partners across civil society, business, media and government to foster public engagement, formulate new evidence-based policy ideas and acts as a thoughtful advocate for change. We are UK-based and focused whilst engaging with ideas and practice from across the world.
 
Liz McCulloch is Head of Policy at Volteface and Prun Bijral is the Medical Director for the national drug treatment charity Change, Grow, Live.
 
All content © Volteface 2018 See Lizzie McCulloch's report Black Sheep: An Investigation into Existing Support for Problematic Cannabis Use here

 

 

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Four times each year we invite around 60 people to join us for a day of making programmes. The Next one

An Audience with CLGdotTV No3 - central London, 23 October 2018

will focus on social care and health including topics such as

integration of health and social care services around place
the HR and skills connundrum at the heart of social care and health integration
the challenges of patient/citizen information sharing and how these can be overcome
the role of population, NHS ‘SUS’ and other data in improving service interventions and outcomes
self-supporting communities – how far will social prescribing and asset based commissioning take us?
the potential of apps and other digitally-enabled products and services in social care
the sustainability of current health and social care systems.

Seats on the panels and in the audience are as rare as teeth in hens. #beoneofthe60 email Ben Webber b.webber@boilerhouse.co.uk for more information.

 

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