2020 Events

15 September - 14:00-16:30 followed by workshop with NHSEI from 16:30-17:30

How can Primary Care Networks be successful in reducing health inequalities? 

What next for primary care, communities and local partners to respond effectively to the rising health inequalities exposed by COVID-19.

Background

The New NHS Alliance has worked with a wide range of cross-sector partners on a series of events exploring the question ‘How can Primary Care Networks succeed in reducing health inequalities?

Two of the three events took place in February – one on Manchester, the other in Birmingham – and some radical proposals were emerging. The series was disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak with the final event, that was due to take place in March in Bristol, being postponed. We’re pleased to say that the final event has now been arranged.

About the event

Zoom details will be sent out a week before event.

The event will feature and explore what has changed with COVID-19, the extent to which some of the more radical shifts are now taking place and what needs to happen next for primary care, communities and local partners to respond effectively to the rising health inequalities exposed and exacerbated by COVID-19, supported by Primary Care Networks (PCNs).

Who should attend

This meeting is suitable for anyone that has, or will, be involved in PCNs – whether a provider, community organisation, a representative of a person with lived experience, or a member of the community.

Informing NHSEI thinking

In addition, at the end of the meeting (16:30-17:30) there will be an opportunity for people to inform NHSEI’s new thinking on DES Contract Specification 2020/21 as it relates to PCNs.

Our valued sponsors and partners

The events are supported by NHS England and NHS Improvement and a range of partner organisations including: Health Foundation, Carnegie (UK) Trust, Power to Change, Accord Housing, Walsall Housing Group, Birmingham VCS, National Pharmacy Association, Royal College of Nursing, Queen’s Nursing Institute, Institute for Health Visiting, Association of Directors of Public Health, Taskforce for Multiple Conditions and Local Government Association.

Find out more and book onto the Zoom event on 15 September 2020: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/health-creation-how-can-pcns-succeed-in-reducing-health-inequalities-tickets-114400097772

11 Feb | 26 Feb | 31 Mar

How can Primary Care Networks be successful in reducing health inequalities? 

Emerging Primary Care Networks (PCNs) will be expected to deliver ‘locally agreed action to tackle health inequalities’ by 2021. The good news is they don’t have to do it alone.

New NHS Alliance and RCGP Health Inequalities Standing Group are hosting a series of events to explore in some depth how Primary Care Networks can best lead and support the changes required, working with the communities they serve and other local partners such as local government, housing, community pharmacy, voluntary and community sector, police and education. 

The events are supported by NHS England and NHS Improvement and a range of partner organisations including: Health Foundation, Carnegie (UK) Trust, Power to Change, Taskforce on Multiple Long-term Conditions, Accord Housing, Walsall Housing Group, Birmingham VCS, Royal College of Nursing, National Pharmacy Association, Queen’s Nursing Institute, Institute for Health Visiting, Local Government Association, Association of Directors of Public Health.

Find out more and book onto the Manchester event on 11 February 2020: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/health-creation-how-can-pcns-succeed-in-reducing-health-inequalities-tickets-84728383877 

Find out more and book onto the Birmingham event on 26 February 2020:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/health-creation-how-can-pcns-succeed-in-reducing-health-inequalities-tickets-84729306637

Find out more and book onto the Bristol event on 31 March 2020: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/health-creation-how-can-pcns-succeed-in-reducing-health-inequalities-tickets-84729579453   

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