A report will be published in the autumn.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This meeting is suitable for anyone that has, or will, be involved in PCNs – whether a provider, community organisation, a representative of a person with lived experience, or a member of the community.
INFORMING NHSEI THINKING
In addition, at the end of the meeting (16:30-17:30) there will be an opportunity for people to inform NHSEI’s new thinking on DES Contract Specification 2020/21 as it relates to PCNs.
OUR VALUED SPONSORS AND PARTNERS
The events are supported by NHS England and NHS Improvement and a range of partner organisations including: Health Foundation, Carnegie (UK) Trust, Power to Change, Accord Housing, Walsall Housing Group, Birmingham VCS, National Pharmacy Association, Royal College of Nursing, Queen’s Nursing Institute, Institute for Health Visiting, Association of Directors of Public Health, Taskforce for Multiple Conditions and Local Government Association.
“To be successful, PCNs should aim to develop a culture and ‘business as usual’ approach of working in partnership with their local community, connecting with community assets and ensuring that the views and experiences of local people can influence all aspects of the design and delivery of care” – Olivia Butterworth, Head of Public Participation, NHS England and NHS Improvement