Social prescribing is part of the new service model for personalised care outlined in the NHS Long term plan and integral to the changes in primary care and community-centered support. The expansion of the number of Social prescribing link workers creates a need for training, networking and support to ensure a highly competent, sustainable and agile team.
The NHS App was released to the public in late 2019. It allows patients to book GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions and access a range of other healthcare services. It is vital that GP practices, their systems, and staff are prepared for using the NHS App.
Building on the success of our Level 2 certificate, this advanced certificate continues to be developed around the 8 core competencies of the 4-tier framework for a career pathway for the non-clinical health and social care workforce developed by Our Healthier South East London (OHSEL).
This programme focuses on issues that regularly arise in medical practice, they are often difficult to deal with. We will cover how to build resilience into your practice, in an interactive way with practical guidance to enable participants to manage more effectively their human resource and deal with any staffing challenges.
The Leadership and Development Masterclass module will be delivered as an interactive session at pace with practical guidance to enable participants to explore practical leadership theories and techniques that can be mapped onto their own practice.
This masterclass session looks at the new CQC Inspection process and how prepare in readiness and to deal with them. We explore how to create a culture of buy-in within the GP Practice through a better understanding of the CQC assessment framework.
Working at Scale has become a key driver across general practice and all other areas of the wider NHS – presenting opportunities for new ways of working and for the development of new services all driven by the goal of improving patient care.
Primary care networks enable the provision of proactive, accessible, coordinated and more integrated primary and community care improving outcomes for patients. The workshop will be interactive – delegates will be encouraged to share challenges, issues and concerns they may have – our facilitator will also share their experiences.