Emerging models of primary care: Empowering teams of professionals to lead change

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Event overview

This event provided an opportunity for all progressive primary health care professionals to find out how they can take the reins and lead the development of new models that will improve care for their local populations.


Session one: Collaborating and leading emerging models of care

Professor Maureen Baker, Chair, Royal College of General Practitioners
Implementing the GP Forward View: the first six months of implementation

Dr Jonathan Serjeant, Co-founder and Clinical Director, Brighton and Hove Integrated Care
How to empower primary care to innovate and accelerate the uptake of new models of care

Dr Jane Povey, GP, and Deputy Medical Director, Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management
Promoting inclusive, collaborative, distributed leadership to improve health and wellbeing in a community

Session two: Place-based approaches to improving population health and wellbeing

Ian Jackson, Practice Director, Bromley by Bow Health Partnership and Sir Sam Everington, Chair Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group, GP, Bromley by Bow Health Partnership
Creating a community-based primary care model

Dr Tim Horsburgh, Clinical Executive Lead for Primary Care, Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group
Designing holistic and responsive primary care models

Dr Paul Driscoll, Chair and Medical Director, Suffolk GP Federation
Working together to deliver innovative new services at scale

Session three: Breakouts

Dr Chris Jones, Programme Director, West Wakefield Health and Wellbeing Ltd
How to create a multidisciplinary workforce to improve care for patients and relieve pressures on GPs

Julie Belton, Operational and Strategic Director, Cuckoo Lane Surgery
Nurse-led general practice: demonstrating how an alternative staffing model can be used to deliver high-quality care

Dr Rachna Chowla, GP Partner, Albion Street Group Practice
Working in and between teams to create positive cultures in primary care

Rhiannon Barker, Head of Business Development, Point of Care Foundation, and Dr Rini Paul and Dr Rachel Hopkins, Clinical Co-Leads, Islington Integrated Schwartz Rounds
Using Schwartz Rounds in primary care to support staff, reduce stress and improve team working

Andrew Fenton, Associate Director, Digital Transformation, NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
Connecting Care: allowing primary care to share information with partners

Harpreet Shergill, Pharmacist and Implementation Manager, The Health and Social Care Information Centre
How to ensure successful implementation of Summary Care Records