ARRS

Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme (ARRS)

ARRS Development

A project is underway through the Lancashire & South Cumbria Primary Care Training Hub to identify what support PCNs require to assist with the recruitment and embedding of the ARRS roles.
 
We are reaching out to Locality Hubs and PCNs as we gather research and understanding about what works well and what challenges are being experienced. Some of you may already have contributed, but we welcome input on an individual professional level and at a PCN level.
 
If you would like to contribute or have questions, please contact [email protected]

ARRS Connect Portal

A free automated match making portal connecting Employers with roles under the Additional Roles Reimbursement Scheme.

Register now to receive a link to create your profile.

New roles in primary care - national toolkit

This toolkit has been developed to enable primary and community care training hubs to work collaboratively with PCNs towards the development of the primary care workforce, as outlined in the GP contract.

Training hubs are designed to meet the educational needs of the multidisciplinary primary care team and bring together NHS organisations, community providers and local authorities. This resource will allow training hubs to work with their PCNs and support workforce planning, providing a valuable resource for systems developing their primary care workforce. This toolkit refers not only to roles included in the ARRS, but to all new roles in primary care.

Help to shape the next five-year strategy for Allied Health Professionals in England

Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) in England are developing a new strategy in 2022, to shape how they deliver health and social care services for the next five years. The strategy is being co-created with citizens, the AHP community and other health professionals in three engagement phases.  Between 5 and 25 July, we invite you join the anonymous conversation and help to shape the next five-year strategy for AHPs in England. Register to take part.