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CPTH aims to support Personalised Care professionals within General Practice, to develop themselves and their careers through learning opportunities and information sharing.
Personalised Care Roles
Explore Personalised Care roles via the links below.
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Learning & Development
Personalised Care Roles Learning & Development
Information, training & development and funding opportunities for Social Prescribers, Health and Wellbeing Coaches and Care Coordinators in General Practice.
Mentoring Opportunities for Personalised Care Roles
CPTH offer access to an experienced mentor for up to 3 mentoring sessions for Social Prescribing Link Workers, Health and Wellbeing Coaches or Care Coordinators who have started a role within General Practice within the last 12 months.
Induction Programme for Staff New to Primary Care
In response to feedback on how to improve the transition into roles in Primary Care, we have developed a comprehensive 2-day virtual induction programme, to support local Practice inductions, for anyone new to Primary Care General Practice.
Information & Resources
Background information, useful resources and links for Personalised Care roles.
What is NHS Personalised Care?
Personalised care represents a new relationship between people, professionals and the system. Working closely with partners, the NHS will roll out personalised care to reach 2.5 million people by 2023/24 and then aim to double that again within a decade.
C&P Supervision Framework Guidelines
Dr Mark Brookes, Personalised Care Clinical Lead, has collated supervision recommendations for Social Prescribers to support Cambridgeshire and Peterborough practices and their staff. These recommendations are aligned to the specifications under the NHS Network Contract DES contract specification 2022/23 – PCN requirements and entitlements and local needs.
Personalised Care Institute
The Personalised Care Institute is a virtual organisation, accountable for setting the standards for evidence-based training in personalised care in England. Their goal is to equip health and care professionals with the knowledge, skills and confidence to help patients get more involved in decisions about their care. Evidence shows this leads to better health outcomes and increased patient and clinician satisfaction.
Personalised Care in PCNs
The three roles of Social Prescribing Link Worker, Care Coordinator and Health & Wellbeing Coach reduce and support the workload of GPs and other staff by supporting people to take more control of their health and wellbeing and addressing wider detriments of health, such as poor housing, debt, stress and loneliness. These roles are intended to become an integral part of the core general practice throughout England, embedding personalised care within PCNs and supporting all professionals to take a personalised care approach.
It is important to work with people in a way that, as far as possible, avoids them becoming dependent on primary care and encourages them to self-manage their own care and support as much as they can; this is Supported self-management (SSM). As a result, people have improved lives, benefit from timely access to health services, and are supported to develop the skills and confidence to manage their own health and wellbeing.
Azanda Sithole – Care Network Cambridgeshire