The Complete Care Community Programme will again take over the Keynote Theatre with a series of presentations during day one of Best Practice 2023 (NEC, Birmingham on 11-12 October).
Complete Care Community is a national programme, delivered by Healthworks and NHS Arden & GEM, which supports Primary Care Networks to identify and narrow health inequalities in their local area. The programme encourages local networks to adopt a systematic approach to addressing the wider determinants of health inequalities including using data to inform action.
Professor James Kingsland OBE, Clinical Director for Complete Care Community, will compère the Best Practice Keynote Theatre on 11 October - with an exciting agenda including:
- A novel approach to the diagnosis and treatment of health inequalities - detailing the Complete Care Community approach, successes and learning featuring Professor James Kingsland OBE, Clinical Director for Complete Care Community.
- Integrating care services to address health inequalities? - an expert health inequalities panel featuring Olivia Butterworth, Deputy Director People and Communities (NHS England); Dr Jim Gardner, Executive Medical Director (Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS FT); Dr Cait Taylor, Clinical Director (Central Liverpool PCN); Sue Lacy-Bryant, Chief Knowledge Officer (NHS England) and Deb Lear, Head of Public Health Workforce Development (NHS England)
- The Complete Care Community Programme: quickfire presentations on establishing the evidence and designing a project to tackle health inequalities - best practice and learning from the Complete Care Community Programme featuring case studies from high performing demonstrator sites including Kirkby PCN, Nottingham West and South PCN, Central & South Knowsley PCN, Burnley East PCN, Weston-Super-Mare PCN, South Sefton PCN and Pier Health Group.
- Learning lessons from the Complete Care Community Programme - insight from the ongoing evaluation of the programme and wider health inequalities learning featuring Paul Batchelor, Honorary Clinical Professor (University of Central Lancashire); Dr David Atherton, Chair (East Staffs Primary Care Partnership) and Professor James Kingsland OBE, Clinical Director for Complete Care Community.
If you would like to know more about how Complete Care Community supports Primary Care Networks to tackle local health inequality challenges, please join us in the Keynote Theatre or visit our dedicated exhibition stand E109.
Arden & GEM will also have members of our specialist Primary Care team available at the stand on both days. We will launch our new services and discuss how we can support the most pressing primary care challenges faced by GPs, PCNs and ICBs.
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To find out more about the Complete Care Community programme please click here.