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The scale of things to come...primary care: from individual patients to larger populations

Dr Andy Hilton is a GP at Carterknowle and Dore Medical Practice in Sheffield and Chief Executive Officer at Primary Care Sheffield International evidence suggests…
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The importance of community engagement in primary care planning

As primary care networks assess their needs for development support, and their STPs and ICSs make plans to procure it, how many will feature ‘community…
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Collaboration is key to population health

Dr Nav Chana MBE is NAPC’s National Primary Care Home Clinical Director. He will be speaking in NAPC’s Primary Care Zone at Confed19 on Wednesday…
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Primary Care Networks - first steps on the journey to population healthcare

Peter Edwards is a partner at Capsticks and has 30 years’ experience of advising healthcare organisations on governance, legal powers and decision-making. He will be…
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Multidisciplinary working is essential to improved health and wellbeing

David Pearson CBE is Independent Chair of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System. He will be speaking in NAPC’s Primary Care Zone at Confed19 on…
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Delivering primary care without boundaries

Dr Karen Kirkham is GP, National Clinical Advisor for Primary Care for NHS England and Clinical Lead for Dorset ICS. She will be speaking in…
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Primary care networks... it's party time!

Dr Caroline Taylor is GP and Lead at North Halifax Community Wellbeing Partnership Primary Care Home. She will be speaking in NAPC’s Primary Care Zone…
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It’s the little things… our journey to digitisation

We thought of ourselves as having made a good start. And we had. One of the cleverest analysts I know had developed a system to…
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Primary care networks: the importance of ground-up partnerships

A famous peanut-based chocolate bar has the obvious warning – “contains nuts”. There’s also an inconvenient and obvious reality facing the architects of a more…
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New territory… a community centric NHS in our sights

The late GP Julian Tudor Hart said of GPs that “we claimed as our own, territory we were unable or unwilling to occupy”, a charge…
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