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project workshop Investing in long-term care: A social investment approach What is “social investment” and how can it support improvements to long-term care for older people through new ways of funding and service development? Social investment “involves strengthening people’s current and future capacities” and helping people to ‘prepare’ for life’s risks rather than simply repairing the consequences. The SPRINT study is exploring how this could be applied to the provision of long-term care across Europe. This workshop will discuss social investment, investment in long-term care and assessment of social investments in long-term care. The workshop includes speakers from the SPRINT study and external speakers on key issues on social investment and long-term care, as well as interactive discussion with all delegates.

Thursday 9 November 2017 12.30–17.15 London School of Economics and Political Science London WC2A 2AE, UK

REgiSTRATioN Places are limited. Register now at https://ecsprint2017.eventbrite.co.uk

The SPRiNT (Social Protection innovative investment in Long-Term Care) project involves 12 European countries and has been funded by the European Commission.

www.sprint-project.eu

The SPRINT Project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 649565


proGrAMMe

12.30

LUNCH

13.00

WELCOME Alan Glanz, London School of Economics and Political Science

13.10

THE USES OF SOCIAL INVESTMENT Anton Hemerijck, European University Institute and London School of Economics and Political Science

13.35

LONG-TERM CARE AND SOCIAL INVESTMENT 13.35 THE SPRINT STUDY: ISSUES IN LONG-TERM CARE AND THE RELEVANCE OF SOCIAL INVESTMENT Jose-Luis Fernandez, London School of Economics and Political Science

13.55 THE SPRINT STUDY: DEFINING SOCIAL INVESTMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF LONG-TERM CARE Alexandra Lopes, University of Porto

14.15 REABLEMENT – SOCIAL INVESTMENT IN LONG-TERM CARE Tine Rostgaard, VIVE – Danish Centre for Applied Social Science

14.35 DISCUSSION 14.55

REFRESHMENT BREAK

15.15

OUTCOMES AND INDICATORS FOR SOCIAL INVESTMENT IN LONG-TERM CARE 15.15 THE SPRINT STUDY: EXPLORING SUCCESS FACTORS IN LONG-TERM CARE Virginija Poskute, ISM University of Management and Economics

15.35 THE SPRINT STUDY: THE SROI FRAMEWORK AND THE VALUATION OF OUTCOMES Adam Richards, Social Value UK Ismo Linnosmaa, The National Institute for Health and Welfare

15.55 THE INNOSI STUDY: RESEARCHING INNOVATION APPROACHES TO SOCIAL INVESTMENT Christopher Fox and Chris O'Leary, Manchester Metropolitan University

16.15 RESPONSE Bent Greve, University of Roskilde

16.20 DISCUSSION 16.50

COMMENT: CONSIDERING UNPAID CARERS Stecy Yghemonos, Eurocarers

17.00

CLOSING COMMENTS Martin Knapp, London School of Economics and Political Science

SPRINT Workshop agenda  
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