IPC Partnership Programme

As an outstanding university institute we are committed to sharing and facilitating learning. The IPC partnership programme supports providers and stakeholders in health and social care, with learning events that offer vision, thought leadership and peer to peer learning. Our members include local authorities, commissioners, their partners and NHS organisations, who benefit from strategic insight over the longer term, sharing knowledge, driving debate and ultimately bringing improvement and innovation in care.

Benefits of membership

IPC partners get intensive support from dedicated, experienced consultants with specialist knowledge. We work closely alongside you to address complex redesign and change agendas over the period of your membership. Membership costs £4,995 plus VAT per year, the benefits of which include:

  • 5 free support days committed to helping you overcome your specific challenges
  • Dedicated support from senior IPC staff, bringing insights and experience from across the UK
  • Free places at our regular learning events to explore new thinking and help you discover and develop best practice 
  • A 10% discount on the cost of our short courses, to develop new staff skills
  • Research and publications on practical approaches and tools developed by IPC, that speka to your organisation's challenges
  • A bespoke programme of support and development designed to meet your organisation's needs. Members receive five free days support and additional days can be purchased at a greatly reduced day rate.  Examples of support programmes with our current Partners include:
    • A review and redesign of an ‘urgent, short-term, reablement and rehabilitation’ pathway through engaging with professionals and stakeholders across health and social care
    • End to end reviews of children's social care services focusing on the extent to which children and families receive the right help at the right time: from the front door to preventative work with families through support for looked after children or adoption
    • Work with the three local authorities and the Health Board in a region to develop operational procedures that are compliant with the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act
    • Work with an adult social care directorate to develop their vision statement and business planning arrangements and support to develop new operational delivery models and partnerships

To discuss how the IPC partnership programme could help address your challenges, or to join, contact Philip Provenzano on 01865 790312 or email ipc@brookes.ac.uk