Tackling Health Inequalities through a practical approach to Population Health Management for General Practice Nurses.

Delivered by the NHS South West Leadership Academy and facilitated by the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC).

11th November 2021, 12.30 – 14.30

This programme is programme and is only open to General Practice Nurses, if are interested in this programme and not a General Practice Nurse, please express an interest and we will be able to inform you if we run another cohort.

If you require this document in an alternative format, please email the South West Leadership Academy’s Inclusion Coordinator.

Background

The NHS Long Term Plan set out a widely supported route map to tackle our greatest health challenges, from improving cancer care to transforming mental health, from giving young people a healthy start in life to closing the gaps in health inequalities in communities, and enabling people to look after their own health and wellbeing.

Aims of the Programme

The aims of the webinar are to support General Practice Nurses in their understanding of the principles of population health, to understand how their roles link into this and can support improving health in their area.

By the end of the webinar, participants should:

  • Be reminded of the social determinants of health and wellbeing
  • Have a base level understanding of population health management – an increasingly important concept behind new care model development
  • Understand how population health management is key to tackling health inequalities
  • Understand how GPNs can get involved in population health to improve health in their area

Target audience

General Practice Nurses, both new to practice and new to primary care.

Structure and Content of the Programme

We will be holding one online webinar for up to 40 General Practice Nurses.

The webinar will be held on the 11th November, 12:30-14:30.

Programme Facilitators

Annabel Beasley excels at challenging conventional thinking. She is curious about why people and systems do the things they do and what stops them changing.

Clients quickly learn to trust Annabel’s open, authentic style. She is a champion at making connections between people and teams, helping them find those serendipitous opportunities to make a real difference to the populations they care for.

 Annabel has worked for a large biomedical research charity and the academic sector. For the past 11 years she has been working in the health sector and has a background in workforce, education, leadership and developing collaborative networks.

Caroline Rollings has worked in primary care for 30 years. As a specialist primary care nurse and psychodynamic counsellor, she developed a successful stress management course reducing GP attendance and prescribing.

She spent seven years as Lead Nurse for Newport Pagnell Medical Centre’s Integrated Nursing team and following an MBA, 11 years as managing partner developing an innovative practice encompassing GMS/Provider services and a second wave PCH. The practice has been rated as CQC outstanding.

Now an NAPC Faculty Member, she is passionate about holistic patient care believing that valuing and supporting colleagues, leadership, and population health provision all play a part in achieving those aims.  Caroline is the NAPC Wellbeing lead and has been representing the us on the National Wellbeing Echo group for NHSE/I since the pandemic started, alongside developing, and providing support to Primary Care for the NAPC.

How to Register

Please note that this webinar has a limited capacity of 40 participants.

Registrations will close on 28th October.

By registering, you are agreeing to a cancellation charge of £150, you will be liable for this fee if you are successful in obtaining a place and then withdraw/ do not attend the programme without extenuating circumstances.

Click here to register

 

This programme is programme and is only open to General Practice Nurses, if are interested in this programme and not a General Practice Nurse, please express an interest and we will be able to inform you if we run another cohort.

 

Click here to Express and interest

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