NAPC webinar series
NAPC is hosting a series of webinars over the next few months to explore in more detail some of the themes raised at our spring conference in April. Registration links are included below.
Developing women’s health hubs: a practical guide – with Liverpool City Council and Primary Care Women’s Health Forum
Wednesday 6 October, 12:00
A joint webinar with Liverpool City Council and Primary Care Women’s Health Forum to discuss positive outcomes from Primary Care Networks LARC Inter-Practice Referral Model – Liverpool.
The webinar will explore: how to develop women’s health hubs via hub/spoke approach in primary care; offer insight to help understand the population health needs of hard to reach members of the community; how to improve access and uptake for LARC methods for women; offer knowledge on how to grow a reproductive health offer in primary care; provide advice and examples of best practice on building business cases. There will be an opportunity to ask questions in a dedicated Q&A.
Speakers: Dr Minesh Patel, NAPC Chair and GP in Sussex (host), James Woolgar, Advanced Public Health Lead, Sexual Health Commissioning Lead, Liverpool City Council, Dr Stephanie Cook, GP with Special Interest in Women’s Health, LARC Implementation Lead – Liverpool Networks (various)
Who should attend: GPs with special interests, PCN Clinical Leads, GPNs, ANPs, NPs, Commissioners
Register now here.
Transforming healthcare: community health workers in England – with Imperial College London
Thursday 18 November, 11:00 (rescheduled date)
A joint webinar with NAPC and Imperial College London to explore the role of the community health worker – including its origin, the benefits and evaluation of the model, how the learnings of the model can be applied and sustained in the UK, particularly in relation to primary care networks.
The webinar will include case studies on the model in Brazil and provide insight into how this collaborative approach can provide solutions to address public health, individual and social care issues simultaneously. There will be an opportunity to ask questions in a dedicated Q&A.
Speakers: Dr Nav Chana MBE, NAPC Clinical Director, Dr Matthew Harris, Clinical Senior Lecturer in Public Health, Imperial College London, Dr Connie Junghans, Epidemiologist and Westminster CHW Lead, Imperial College London, Dr Caroline Taylor, Clinical Lead for Mental Health Services Calderdale CCG, Dr Sheila Neogi, GP, Central London CCG as well as Westminster pilot community health workers.
Register now here.
What the future holds for population health – with NAPC and NHS Elect
Thursday 8 July, 14:00
A joint webinar with NAPC and NHS Elect to explore population health – including how the approach has evolved in recent years, population health at place and neighbourhood level, its role in collaboration and partnerships, how it can tackle health inequalities and what the future holds for the approach – particularly in relation to the proposed new legislated ICS structure.
The webinar will include case studies of population health in action and plenty of practical advice to help your organisation or system to develop an approach that is aligned to the needs of your communities and workforce. There will be an opportunity to ask questions in a dedicated Q&A.
Speakers: Dr Nav Chana MBE, Clinical Director, NAPC, Jag Mundra, Population Health Lead, NAPC, Caroline Dove, Chief Executive, NHS Elect and Dr Helen Davies, GP and Lead for Community and Population Health Management, Calderdale CCG.
Challenges and opportunities in new era of digitisation
Tuesday 29 June, 12:30
This webinar will explore digitisation in healthcare through population health thinking, focussing on the role of technology in helping to meet current and future health and care priorities. The session will discuss how we can harness technology’s potential in a post-COVID-19 health system – including tackling the deep seated health inequalities exposed by the pandemic.
The webinar will include practical insights from York Medical Practice, North West London health system and health information company Cognitant.
NAPC Digital – NAPC’s digital adoption support programme – will give an update on its work to embed technology within a population health approach across the country and will discuss findings form its forthcoming report on healthcare digitisation.
Speakers: Katrina Percy, NAPC Digital (facilitator), Pooja Sikka, NAPC Council Member and Partner, Octopus Ventures, Zulf Ali, Chief Executive Officer and Dr Robin Ghosh, GP Partner, York Medical Group, Yasmin Baker, Digital Programme Manager, North West London Collaboration of Clinical Commissioning Groups, Dr Juhi Tandon, GP and Clinical Director, Cognitant and Matthew Walker, Director of Strategy, NAPC.