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Tackling Health Inequalities Through a Practical Approach to Population Health Management (3)

Virtual via MS Teams.

A webinar facilitated by the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)

What is the aim of the webinars?

Please join us for an online learning webinar on population health management and managing health inequalities, facilitated by the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) and hosted by the Leadership and Lifelong Learning Team in the Midlands.

The facilitators for the webinars are Dr Nav Chana, Annabel Beasley and Andy Mullins, who will be providing a practical insight into population health management and managing health inequalities.  By the end of this webinar, participants should understand the essentials of population health management an increasingly important concept behind new care model development, in particular:

  1. Be reminded of the social determinants of health and wellbeing
  2. Have a base level understanding of what is involved in taking a population health approach
  3. Understand how population health management is key to tackling health inequalities

When are the webinars being run?
Webinars will be run over MS Teams and repeated on 4 occasions:

  • Friday 16th October 2020, 12.30 – 14.30
  • Wednesday 18th November 2020, 12.30 – 14.30
  • Wednesday 13th January 2021, 12.30 – 14.30
  • Wednesday 10th February 2021, 12.30 – 14.30

Will the webinars be recorded and available for me to view later?

Yes, we will be recording one of the webinars and will include the link on this page so that you may view at a time convenient for you.  But we encourage you to join in the live discussion at one of the sessions to get the most out of this opportunity.

How much does it cost to join one of the webinars?

The costs of the webinar are being met by Midlands Leadership and Lifelong Learning.

Who are the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC)?

The NAPC is a not-for-profit, social purpose development and support organisation.  Their mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of defined populations locally and nationally.  The organisation is led by serving health care professionals, which grounds them with practical experience and gives them real credibility as they work with primary health and care teams.

NAPC were responsible for developing the original Primary Care Home (PCH) model, that brings together a range of health and care professionals, to provide enhanced personalised and preventative care for their local community, based on their specific health and wellbeing needs.  The PCH Programme, led by NAPC and supported by NHSE, has gathered huge momentum since its inception in autumn 2015. From 15 original rapid test sites – there are now more than 240 sites across England, covering 11 million patients 17% of the population.

PCHs are well established and mature versions of Primary Care Networks (PCNs) – the cornerstone of the new service model featured in the NHS Long Term Plan which was published in January 2019.  Since 2015, NAPC has facilitated the development of primary health care across 5 ICSs and 14 STPs covering over 350 PCNs.

Who can attend the webinar?

Any who works in Midlands primary care

Questions about this event?

Organiser : Phillip Masuwa

Email: midlands@leadershipacademy.nhs.uk