The session provided Clinical Directors, Practice Managers & PCN Business Managers with a real understanding of the value provided by the new roles – Clinical Pharmacists, Social Prescriber Link Workers, Physiotherapists, PAs, Paramedics, Occupational Therapists, Health & Wellbeing Coaches, Care Co-ordinators and a range of other new roles.
This PMA webinar included a discussion around the challenges – and opportunities – for the PCNs. How this period of accelerated change and transformation has ‘enabled’ and ‘challenged’ the PCNs in the delivery of patient services and explored what the next phase of the PCN evolution might look like.
Emily Henderson, NHSE Deputy Director of Workforce
Rachel Souter, NHSE Deputy Director of Workforce
Strategic opportunities; new roles in Primary Care – the impact on PCNs, Practices & Patients
- The strategic vision – the benefits this will deliver for the PCNs, the direction of travel, guidance and insight into where their successes will come from and what this might look like.
Tracy Dell, Practice Business Manager, Plane Trees Group Practice, Halifax and PCN Manager
New job roles in general practice – delivering the best patient outcomes
Simon Ingram, FCP Clinical Lead & Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner, Somerset NHS Foundation Trust
The perspective from an experienced FCP – experience in general practice, managing the transitions and realising the benefits.
Sharon Morgan, Social Prescriber Link Worker, Community Link Project in Gateshead
SPLW meeting the needs of the patient, where we drive real value for the patients and how to support the clinical teams. Key challenges, frustrations and notable successes.