Annual conference keynote sessions 2019


NAPC Annual Conference 2019


Keynote theatre

Wednesday 9 October 2019

9.30 – 9.35: Introduction from Conference Chair John Stapleton, TV presenter and journalist.

9.35 – 9.50: Welcome from NAPC

Speakers:

  • Dr Minesh Patel, Chair, NAPC
  • Dr Johnny Marshall OBE, President, NAPC

 

9.50 – 10.40: Leadership for transformation

This session will explore the importance of effective leadership in the transformation of primary care, particularly primary care networks and the integration of services. The session will examine the findings of an independent report by The King’s Fund, Insights from the spread of primary care home, which looked at the spread of the primary care home model – an established primary care network that has informed national PCN policy. According to the report, primary care homes brought an enabling form of leadership – one that is organic, locally-led, practical, not top down that empowered colleagues and created a culture of compassion and valuing staff. The session will discuss the merits of this form of leadership and how the approach can be applied across primary care. The session will include insights from PCHs that were interviewed in the report.

Panel:

  • Dr Nav Chana MBE, National PCH Clinical Director, NAPC
  • Ned Naylor, Director of Primary Care Provider Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Dr Stewart Smith, GP and Lead, St Austell Healthcare Primary Care Home
  • Caroline Rollings, NAPC PCH Faculty Member and former Managing Partner, Newport Pagnell Primary Care Home
  • Gerard Newnham, Strategy Director, Granta Primary Care Home.

 

10.45 – 11.15: Sponsored session: Aspire

1120 – 1150: In conversation with Ned Naylor, Director of Primary Care Provider Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Hosted by Dr Nav Chana MBE, National PCH Clinical Director, NAPC

12.00 – 13.00: Sponsored session: Ipsen

13.10 – 14.00: Integrated approaches to mental health

Panel:

  • Claire Murdoch, National Mental Health Director, NHS England
  • Dr Barbara Cleaver, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Dr David Kirkpatrick, Clinical Psychologist and GPimhs Clinical Lead, Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • Tony o’Neill, Fleetwood Men’s Shed

 

14.10 – 15.00: Unravelling social prescribing

This session will explore the concept of social prescribing which enables GPs and other health professionals to refer people to non-clinical services available locally, recognising that their health is impacted by a range of social, economic and environmental factors. But there are many different terms used – including link workers, care navigators and health connectors – and social prescribing is just one element of personalised care. The session is an opportunity for experts in the field to provide clarity on how social prescribing can be successfully implemented and the benefits and evidence on improving health and wellbeing outcomes.

Panel:

  • Christiana Melam, Chief Executive, National Association of Link Workers
  • Simon Chapman, Deputy Director, Personalised Care Group, NHS England
  • Dr Mark Spencer , GP and Lead, Healthier Fleetwood Primary Care Home
  • Dr Kathy Hoffman, GP and Diabetes Clinical Lead, Buckinghamshire CCG
  • Kathy Clark, Patient, East Mendip Primary Care Home.

 

15.10 – 15.40: Next generation – what does the future hold?

  • Michelle Chapman, Vice President, Faculty of Physician Associates (FPA)
  • Karen Storey, Primary Care Nursing Lead, NHS England and NHS Improvement
  • Dr Thuva Amuthan, GP registrar, West Midlands and Next Generation GP
  • Tracy Dell, Practice Manager, Plane Trees Group Practice

 

15.50 – 16.40: Building local communities

This session will explore how local areas can harnass the power of communities by building relationships building relationships and enabling all parts of the community to play a role in the health and wellbeing of populations. This involves identifying community assets, co-designing, collaborative leadership, and taking a preventative and population health approach to health and care. The session will hear examples of local areas using this approach – including an update on the Wigan Deal.

Over the last seven years, Wigan Council have adopted a radical new approach to delivering services based on an informal agreement between the council and the people who live there as well as working with NHS and other partners. The session will also hear from North Halifax Primary Care Home, an established primary care network, which has worked with its community and developed a population health management approach, as well as national ADASS case studies on providing solutions to reflect local needs.

Panel:

  • Don Redding, Director of Policy and Partnerships, National Voices
  • Glen Garrod, Immediate Past President, ADASS, and Executive Director of Adult Care and Community Wellbeing,  Lincolnshire County Council
  • James Kingsland OBE, National PCH Clinical Director, NAPC
  • Councillor Keith Cunliffe, Deputy Leader, Wigan Council
  • Caroline Taylor, North Halifax Community Wellbeing Partnership Primary Care Home

 

16.45 – 17.15: NAPC – Shaping the future of primary care

Panel:

  • Dr Minesh Patel, Chair, NAPC
  • Dr Johnny Marshall OBE, President, NAPC
  • Ash Soni OBE, Vice President, International Pharmacy Federation (FIP), Assembly and English Pharmacy Board Member, Royal Pharmaceutical Society, NAPC Council Member
  • Julie Bolus, Board Member, NAPC
  • Christiana Melam, Chief Executive, National Association of Link Workers
  • Don Redding, Director of Policy and Partnerships, National Voices
  • Tracy Dell, Practice Manager, Plane Trees Group Practice