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Developing Primary Care Leaders for the Future: An Accelerated Design Event

NHS England are running an Accelerated Design Event on 16th January 2018 in London on behalf of the National Coordinating Group on Primary Care Leadership Development. The aim of this fast-paced workshop is to shape national policy and support for primary care leadership development, and catalyse a movement to raise the profile of leadership development as a high priority for the long term.

The event is aimed at those who are engaged in leadership development, future-minded clinicians, patients and leadership experts, and those involved in the improvement and transformation in primary care.

Developing Primary Care Leaders for the Future:  An Accelerated Design Event

When:  Tuesday 16 January 2018, 10:30-5:00pm

Where: Amba Hotel Marble Arch, Bryanston Street, London, W1H 7EH, London

Please click here for more details and to register.

Registration closes on Wednesday 13th January 2018.

For further enquiries, please contact: Talyn Rahman-Figueroa (General Practice Development Team, NHS England) t.rahman-figueroa@nhs.net

C4CC Newsletter – December 2014

Launch of the C4CC Vision

At the Future of Health conference, the Coalition launched its vision – ‘A Better Deal for People with Long-Term Conditions’.

The vision was well-received at the conference. Martin Routledge, Director of the Coalition and Fiona Carey, one of the founding members of the C4CC Coproduction Group, outlined how the Coalition would support those committed to making person-centred care a reality for people with long-term conditions. To celebrate the occasion, a special Coalition cake was cut by members of the Hub Team, Coproduction and Steering Groups.

Throughout the day, we captured ideas and thoughts on what a new deal for people with long-term conditions should look like on a graphic wall. What started out as a blank canvas quickly ended up becoming a mural of inspiration for person-centred care and gave us many ideas on how the Coalition could champion collaborative care. We’d like to say thank to all those people at the conference who visited the C4CC stand.

To see photos and tweets from the C4CC launch (including snapshots of the final graphic wall), check out our Storify feed here.

Think Local Act Personal Annual Conference

Following Future of Health, the Coalition facilitated a session at TLAP’s annual conference – ‘Personalisation in Health and Social Care – the Next Stage’ in Liverpool. This was a great opportunity to showcase how we will work alongside TLAP to champion person-centred care. The role TLAP has contributed to the design of the Coalition. C4CC presents the opportunity to bring organisations and people from the health sector into much greater engagement with social care.

Richard Cross, one of our Co-production Group members, opened the workshop with a talk about his experiences of being a carer and the importance collaborative care can play in this role. Martin Routledge and Catherine Wilton led the workshop, with support from Sam Bennett (TLAP Programme Director), focussing on the Coalition’s key priorities and how we will work in partnership with Think Local Act Personal to strengthen the message and reality of personalisation in the NHS for people living with long-term conditions.

The presentation from the C4CC workshop is available here, with further information on the conference available on the TLAP website.

Future Coalition Activity

As outlined in our vision, the Coalition wants to make person-centred care the norm and improve the relationships people have in their day-to-day interactions with health and social care professionals.

We are currently finalising our work programmes which will focus on two key streams of activity – ‘supporting practice, people and communities’ and ‘creating the conditions’. In the New Year, we will be sharing further details of these programmes.


Share good practice or make a suggestion

We are always looking to share good practice, ideas, resources and other material relating to the work of C4CC and person-centred collaborative care. We’re always happy to receive your ideas on where we should be focusing our efforts and resources to ensure we have maximum impact. Get in touch with the Coalition here.