The Restraint Reduction Network’s Annual Conference 2023: Positive Cultures and Relational Working will explore the importance of organisational cultures and relational working in seeking to reduce the use of restrictive practices within services.
Taking place 3-4 October at the Delta Marriott in Bristol, this hybrid conference will feature contributions from experts by experience, practitioners, professionals and academics, covering the health, social care and education sectors. Over two days of keynote presentations, panels and workshops, delegates will explore recent developments, share best practice and hear from people with lived experience on the importance of positive cultures and relational working in services.
We believe that embedding positive organisational cultures is key to services being able to provide person centred, therapeutic care. Positive cultures where staff and people who access services share power and experience autonomy enable better relationships and reduce reliance on restrictive practices. By working together sharing learning, experience and practice we can identify opportunities to change workplace culture, foster relational working and reduce the use of restrictive practices.
The conference will be of interest to those working in the health, social care and education sectors, including frontline staff and senior leaders working across the British Isles. We warmly welcome delegates with lived experience of restrictive practices.
Early bird booking is open now until 11 August, and the full conference programme will be announced soon.
Discounted tickets are available for members and people with lived experience. You can view all conference fees (subject to VAT) here.