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18-19 October 2017

Join us at our annual conference – Best Practice 2017

The primary care community comes together to hear the latest on innovation and policy. Register now

An innovative approach to primary care

Primary Care Home

Primary Care Home is an innovative approach to strengthening and redesigning primary care. There are now more than 190 sites, covering eight million patients, 14 per cent of the population. Find out more

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New Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management

Gain the skills to manage the transformation of primary care. Read more

Connecting people across primary care


We are a national membership organisation representing and supporting the interests of all healthcare professionals, both clinicians and managers, working across the breadth of primary care. The organisation is at the centre of shaping the future of healthcare, spreading innovation, influencing policy, supporting and connecting professionals – enabling you to provide world-class sustainable patient-centred healthcare.

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Practice Managers

Practice Management Network members – NAPC hosted network

GP Federations

GP federation members, covering 16 million people

Pharmacy members

Pharmacy members of the NAPC

NPCN Network

National Primary Care Network members – NAPC hosted network

Innovating and shaping the future of health care


Primary care home

Primary care home is an innovative approach to strengthening and redesigning primary care. Developed by the NAPC, the model brings together a range of health and social care professionals to work together to provide enhanced personalised and preventative care for their local community.
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International learning

The NAPC has strong partnerships abroad including the US and Ireland. Read the latest work on accountable care and comparing the delivery of primary care. Read our latest work following a two-day symposium in Washington to share best practice and exchange ideas and experience about accountable care.
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New diploma

A one-year diploma to develop the skills and competencies for managing primary care at scale within the NHS. Develop the skills to lead the transformation of primary care and develop new models of care.
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Navigation programme

The Primary Care Navigation (PCN) programme provides tailored training for your staff to signpost people to local community resources, empowering them to manage their personal needs and reducing their reliance on GPs.
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Latest News

National Primary Care Awards 2017 – the finalists

We’re delighted to announce this year’s finalists: Practice Manager of the Year Chris Stoppard, St Thomas Health Centre, Exeter Kay…
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Irish delegation visits England to learn from the innovative primary care home model

A delegation from Ireland is visiting the UK to learn about NAPC’s primary care home model and the achievements of…
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NAPC leaders re-elected at AGM

Dr James Kingsland and Dr Nav Chana will continue in their respective roles as President and Chair of the National…
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Tweets from NAPC

All set for #BP tomorrow? Check out the programme and follow @NAPC_NHS on Twitter, we look forward to seeing you! https://t.co/8rBvWf38b5

New Granta and Shelford #primarycarehome case study on @FabNHSStuff Granta's Dr James Morrow will be speaking at #BP17 tomorrow #futureNHS

We will be on stand N38 with @SymphonyProj @Stockport2gther & @ModalityGP
& @WellErewash #futureNHS Come & say hello! https://t.co/M33yQW22Jl

Events

Don't miss the National Primary Care Awards 2017 gala dinner! National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham on 18 October 2017

Date and time: 18th October 2017 @ 19:00 Winners of the National Primary Care Awards  2017 will be announced at a black tie dinner on…
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NAPC's Annual Conference – Best Practice. Birmingham NEC on 18 October 2017

Date and time: 18th October 2017 @ 09:00 What is Best Practice? Best Practice is the NAPC’s annual conference – designed to bring the range…
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