The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) is currently working to update its resources on person-centred care around personal health budgets, the new Universal Personalised Care Plan and Comprehensive Model.
For several years, the RCGP has been working with NHS England and key stakeholders to support GPs and primary care teams to deliver person-centred care. In that time, it has developed animations, toolkits, guides, FAQs, training videos and a network of person-centred care champions – just to name a few!
Over the next couple of months, the RCGP will be uploading updated definitions and standards, patient pathway exemplars for cancer, mental health, learning disabilities and diabetes as well as short case studies on how to make quick easy changes to implement person-centred care in practices.
In the meantime, a selection of current RCGP resources can be found below, please feel free to forward and share with your networks. The RCGP is also happy to collaborate on blogs and news articles to support and raise awareness of personalised care.
- Animation on personalised care for people with long-term conditions
- Training videos on social prescribing and link workers
- Animation on Collaborative Care and Support Planning Video
Toolkit with guidance on: social prescribing, health literacy, shared decision making, health coaching, personal health budgets, the consultation, evidence
The RCGP PCC Network of Champions online and in-person network brings together GPs, primary care colleagues and people with lived experience who share an enthusiasm for person-centred approaches to health and well-being. The network aims to promote person-centred care approaches in members’ own localities, feed into national pieces of work, represent the RCGP regionally and nationally for PCC among other activities.