Population Health Academy Best Practice Event: “Diabetes prevention – a population health based approach”
Thurs, 19th Oct (12:15-13:15)
One of the ICB health inequality clinical leads and local GP, Dr Azhar Fareed, will be talking about the population health approach taken by his GP practice in Central Lancashire with a cohort of patients with diabetes/pre-diabetes. The cohort was a group of South Asian women and the approach took account of cultural needs to facilitate better engagement with diabetes prevention.
Population Health and Prevention
The below information has been collated by the North West Population Health & Prevention Network – a multi professional network for the health, care and voluntary sector working across the North west funded by Health Education England.
Purpose: To support the health and wellbeing contribution of the healthcare workforce, to create a culture of wellness rather than illness vin health and care delivery and to support the wider public health workforce in their prevention and population health role.
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Opportunities and Training
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Resources & Videos
Guides and Toolkits
The Personalised Care Institute has joined forces with the Money and Pensions Service and launched the Money Talk Toolkit – equipping health and care professionals to use personalised care to identify, understand, support and refer people with money-related health issues, in order to achieve the outcomes that most matter.
Developed in response to rising numbers of people experiencing health issues that may be related to money, the toolkit offers free courses and resources, guidance on how to begin money conversations and details where to signpost patients for effective financial wellbeing support. to them.
The first of the NHS Improving Patient Care Together (NHS Impact) programmes supports delivery of the UEC Recovery Plan.
The initial stage of our improvement offer was for each system to lead an assessment of the services it provides to identify opportunities for improvement and build plans to support developing maturity. Our letter provides an overview of the universal offer, which has four core components: