How to join

How to join the community of practice

Thank you for your interest in joining the community of practice, we are currently accepting applications for the third wave of the programme.

Under the primary care home model, a complete care community is formed – drawn from GP practices, community, mental health and acute trusts, social care and the voluntary sector – to focus on local population needs and provide care closer to home.

Aspirant primary care home sites should complete the application form below and send it by email to: pch@napc.co.uk. Please note, all applications need the formal support of the local clinical commissioning group.

If you would like to have a discussion about joining the programme or have any questions, please contact the NAPC office on 020 7636 7228 or email pch@napc.co.uk.

Application to join the NAPC Primary Care Home (PCH) Programme

Please complete all sections of this application. If you’re applying for more than one PCH site to join the PCH community of practice, please ensure the information requested is provided for each PCH.

Application to join the NAPC Primary Care Home (PCH) Programme
Please include the name, role title, telephone number and email address of a single person who we can contact and is best able to field queries about the application FOR EACH of the PCH sites your application relates to.
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Please describe what plans have been agreed or attach a copy below.
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Please describe what financial support has been identified
This includes (for example): Building relationships that enable all sites across the health system wishing to develop the PCH model to learn from the rapid test sites, the PCH programme and other members of the community of practice; Engaging aspirant PCH sites in joint activities and discussions with the PCH programme and other members of the community of practice, to share information and help each other in the development of the PCH model; Developing a shared repertoire of resources/practice to develop and evaluate the PCH: experiences, stories, tools, ways of addressing recurring problems.