Until February 2020, the Personal Outcomes Network hosted quarterly meetings. Since then we have focused our efforts on our COVID story project which you can read about on our home page.  We are also currently working on a resource focusing on outcomes during the pandemic which will be available in Spring.  We have also hosted webinars on outcomes, covid and recovery – see links below.

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Next Meeting

We will be in touch shortly about our next event.

Recent Meetings = webinars

Our second webinar was 18th November Meaningful conversations in a virtual world

24th June was our first webinar Recovery, wellbeing and outcomes for people.

25th February in the Beardmore Hotel.  The theme was recording and measuring personal outcomes. See the presentations here

27th November 2019, Beardmore Hotel.  The theme was understanding outcomes. See our report and some useful slides for understanding outcomes PON 2019

5th September 2019, in the Beardmore Hotel.  The theme was enabling risk and personal outcomes See our report here.

28th May 2019, Beardmore Hotel, Clydebank.  The theme was supervision for staff

28th February 2019, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, 232 St Vincents Street Glasgow G2 5RJ.  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. ***Please note that 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, PH2 8HB:  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 EH1 1LT:  The theme of this meeting was around personal outcomes and  the new health and social care standards.