During the next few years, primary care will undergo enormous changes to meet the ambitions of the NHS Long Term Plan. With the introduction of Integrated Care Systems, and greater collaboration through Primary Care Networks, all present leadership challenges for those working in primary care.
Leaders will need to work more collectively across networks and systems, to be visionary in designing future services, and more effective in leading their teams to help improve the quality of patient care and the health and well-being of local communities.
Our latest programme aimed at senior leaders within primary care networks across a locality; focuses on developing relationships to work across professional and organisational boundaries, acquiring new skills for effective collaboration, and building resilience and engagement capability and capacity for system working.
The programme focuses on:-
- Developing relationships to work across professional and organisational boundaries
- Developing the vision of primary care within the locality and learn how to operate as a network
- Acquiring new skills and abilities for effective collaboration
- Building resilience and engagement capability and capacity for system and cross organisation / partnership working
Participants taking part in the programme will attend 3 x ½ day workshops
- Session 1 – via a facilitated discussion the network will shape their vision and consider what makes effective collaboration and how they would like to work together.
- Sessions 2 & 3 will enable the group to identify a live challenge/s and equip participants to respond effectively with using the shared wisdom in the room.
Who can attend
The Primary Care Networks programme is aimed at senior leaders within primary care networks across a locality.
The cost of the programme is free for participants and is fully funded by the NHS North West Leadership Academy.
We are able to deliver this offer in clusters across a locality, if you are interested in this programme please register your interest here.