Bringing new benefits to patients the development of PCNs will mean that patients and the public will be able to access:
- Resilient high-quality care from local clinicians and health and care practitioners, with more services provided out of hospital and closer to home.
- A more comprehensive and integrated set of services, that anticipate rising demand and support higher levels of self-care.
- Appropriate referrals and more ‘one-stop shop’ services where all of their needs can be met at the same time.
- Different care models for different population groups (such as frail older persons, adults with complex needs, children) that are person-centred rather than disease centre.
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.
A workbook and guidance notes and will be provided to support this workshop. Delegates will receive a useful summary of the day with further notes of the key messages of the day.
Certificates of attendance are awarded after the workshop.