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Reducing pressure on primary care and improving patient outcomes through proactive personalised care
This webinar will support colleagues in primary care to understand how to implement personalised proactive care, using a targeted approach to reduce reliance on clinical input through improved biopsychosocial support. It will explain how to make best use of the skills and expertise of social prescribing link workers, health and wellbeing coaches and care co-ordinators to tackle population health needs. It will include examples from London and Dorset where primary care networks that are using targeted approaches to increase people’s ability to self manage and address their wider social and economic needs, reducing reliance on GP appointments.
The webinar will also highlight the proactive social prescribing service set out in the network contact DES, and the ongoing recruitment of social prescribing link workers, health and wellbeing coaches and care co-ordinators through the ARRS.
How to register
To attend, please ensure you register by 10am on Tuesday 5th September 2023.
The webinar will take place through MS Teams Live and all registered attendees will be emailed a joining link closer to the time of the event taking place. If you haven’t received your joining link, please first check your junk/spam folders as the email may end up there, before contacting us by email.
A recording of the webinar (and all previous webinars) will be available on Future NHS.
Please note: this is a closed webinar for those working in or with general practice. Please register using your official NHS or professional email address to help us to confirm your place.
GPs, practice managers, commissioners, and teams across primary care interested in learning about targeted approaches that can help ease pressure on clinicians and improve population health.
Questions about this event?
Name: Primary Care Comms Team