Supporting Scotland in ‘Getting It Right For Everyone’ (GIRFE)
11:15 – 12:30
As Scotland’s Health and Social Care services continue to recover and renew coming out of the pandemic, Getting It Right For Everyone (GIRFE) is an example of how working together in different ways can achieve better outcomes for all.
The Scottish Government, under the Preventative and Proactive Care (PPC) Programme, is co-designing GIRFE with place-based pathfinders across Scotland.
In this session, delegates will find out more about how GIRFE is being co-designed, helping to ensure the delivery of high quality person-centred care for every individual in Scotland - embracing new ways of working to deliver the best care for the people of Scotland.
Delegates will also hear first-hand from panel members about the benefits of GIRFE and how it will work in practice.
GIRFE will help define the adult’s journey through individualised support and services, and will respect the role that everyone involved has in providing planning and support. It will support and enable a smooth transition of treatment, support and care from children and young people services to adult services.
Deputy Chief Social Work Adviser, Scottish Government
Head of Locality Health and Care, East Ayrshire HSCP
Interim Social Work Lead, Fife H&SCP
Professor Graham Ellis
Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, Scottish Government
Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Scottish Government
Professor Carolyn McDonald
Chief Allied Health Professions Officer, Scottish Government