Meetings

Until February 2020, the Personal Outcomes Network hosted quarterly meetings. For a year we then focused on our COVID story project. We currently host webinars on personal outcomes (see below).

To join the Network or for further information, please contact PON@nes.scot.nhs.uk

Next meeting

Our next meeting will be on the theme of outcome focused conversations, details tbc

Recent webinars / virtual meetings

Our last meeting was on Using Stories in Services on 7th July, 2021

You can find our brief report on the workshop and videos of the presentations below:

COVID project (April 2020 – April 2021) related webinars:

Face to face events

  • 25th February in the Beardmore Hotel, Clydebank. The theme was recording and measuring personal outcomes.
  • 27th November 2019, Beardmore Hotel. The theme was understanding outcomes. See our report and some useful slides for understanding outcomes.
  • 5th September 2019, in the Beardmore Hotel. The theme was enabling risk and personal outcomes and we produced a report.
  • 28th May 2019, Beardmore Hotel. The theme was supervision for staff.
  • 28th February 2019, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 232 St Vincents Street, Glasgow. The theme was Personal outcomes and planning
  • 6th December 2018, Hilton Grosvenor Edinburgh: The theme was outcomes for carers in the context of the Carer (Scotland) Act 2016
  • 11th September 2018, Trades Hall, Glasgow: The theme was using information about outcomes. (Video presentations from our December 2018 session on using information about outcomes are available here)
  • 14th June 2018, Queen’s Hotel Perth, Leonard Street, Perth: The theme was around how personal outcomes can be embedded in roles which focus on ‘task and time’ with a range of examples from practice.
  • 13th March 2018, Dovecot Studios, 10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh: The theme of this meeting was around personal outcomes and the new health and social care standards.
  • We held a range of meetings from 2015 to 2018 on diverse outcomes related topics.