Complete Care Community, an innovative national programme designed to support health systems utilise Primary Care Networks in tackling health inequalities, will feature heavily on the agenda of the upcoming two-part Leading Transformational Change in Primary Care event series.
Convening key stakeholders and sector leaders in primary care to drive debate and reform of health service provision, the series begins with a virtual webinar 2pm-5pm on 5th April 2022 with a strong agenda and high-profile speakers:
2-3PM - The Complete Care Community Programme – Phase 1 Evaluation Report launch
- Chair: Dr Bola Owolabi, Director Health Inequality, NHSE&I
3-4PM - Developing Primary Care Networks (PCNs) within the new ICS landscape:
- Chair: Dr Farzana Hussain, Clinical Director, Newham 1 Primary Care Network
- Keynote: Dr Claire Fuller, System Lead, Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership
4-5PM - Stronger Together: Collaborative Primary Care at Scale - report launch
- Professor James Kingsland OBE, Professor at University of Central Lancashire
- Paul Batchelor, Dental Lead, National Association of Primary Care
- Michael Lennox, NHS England Local Professional Network for Pharmacy Member
- Zoe Richmond, Optical Lead, Local Optical Committee Support Unit (LOCSU)
The virtual event, aimed at PCN Leaders, Clinical Directors, Integrated Care System Leaders and GPs, is free to attend. To find out more and register for the event visit:
Delivered by Arden & GEM and Healthworks, with clinical leadership provided by Professor James Kingsland OBE, Complete Care Community works with Primary Care Networks to tackle the key health inequality challenges faced by local populations, in particular those associated with the wider determinants of health, that require collaborative working with local councils and other agencies.
HOLD THE DATE: 8th June 2022 the second in person Leading Transformational Change in Primary Care event will be held in London. More details to follow.