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Digital innovation in Scotland

Social care showcase webinar number ten

The Scottish Government have set out an aim to improve the care and wellbeing of the people in Scotland by making best use of digital technologies in the design and delivery of social work and social care services. The Technology Enabled Care (TEC) programme at Scottish Government has a number of sector-based digital innovation projects under way aimed at strengthening social work and social care at this time of unprecedented pressure. This webinar will showcase some of the work underway, share some learning, and discuss the impact achieved. Learn about digital innovation in social work and social care in Scotland.

SCIE is pleased to offer a series of webinars on behalf of the Department of Health and Social Care in 2023-2024. We’re showcasing local authorities who are taking great strides towards readiness for the charging reforms and social care reform. These webinars have been an opportunity for the sector to recognise the improvements that are taking place nationally and will spark continued sector innovation.

Your panel

  • Chair: Gerard Crofton-Martin. SCIE
  • Sammi Allan. Project Manager at Technology Enabled Care
  • Nicola Cooper, Technology and Digital Innovation Lead, Scottish Care
  • Nicky Cronin, Senior Improvement Advisor, Care Inspectorate and Nicola McCardle, Senior, Improvement Advisor at the Care Inspectorate
  • Ruth Callander, Evidence Programme Lead, Scottish Commission for People with Learning Disabilities.

Watch the webinar recording

Webinar slides: Digital innovation in Scotland