Complete Care Community has launched a new report that provides a summary of key findings from the first two years of supporting 65 Primary Care Network (PCN) demonstrator sites in their innovative work to tackle local health inequality challenges.
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.
The newly launched report, which was compiled from both demonstrator site submissions and mentor observations, provides valuable insights for anyone interested in reducing health inequalities. The findings of the report highlight four common themes that are significantly important to the successful delivery of health inequality improvement projects. The ‘CCCP 4Ts’ are Trust, Transparency, Training and Time.
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To find out more about the Complete Care Community programme please click here.