Pulse PCN’s first live event of the autumn will launch this month and is set to cover PCN workforce transformation, how to work with ICSs and how to use health data.
The free-to-attend events, taking place in Manchester and London this month, are designed specifically for PCN leaders and those involved in running their PCN, and will include networking opportunities and an exhibition hall.
The one-day Manchester event will see Dr Claire Fuller – GP and author of the NHS stocktake report – assess how primary care can integrate with ICSs and what the next steps are for PCNs.
Andi Orlowski, senior advisor for NHS England on Population Health Management, will share how to use health sector data to influence future health outcomes, and question how population analytics can help address health inequalities.
‘The Pulse PCN events provide a unique opportunity for information, debate and peer support from clinical directors from across England. I look forward to meeting leaders and understanding how they are addressing the current challenges they face,’ said Pulse PCN editor Victoria Vaughan who will co-chair the event with GP and chair of the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC) Dr Caroline Taylor.
The London event will see Dr Richard Vautrey, GP in Leeds and assistant secretary of Leeds LMC, cover what’s coming up in the fifth year of the current contract and consider what could be coming next.
There will also be an open discussion on the implications of the Fuller Stocktake for PCNs.
Pulse PCN Manchester will take place on Wednesday 16 November 2022 at Innside by Melia.
Pulse PCN London will take place on Tuesday 22 November 2022 at Novotel London West
Both of these events are fully booked. If you are interested in attending future events, keep an eye on our newsletters for details of the 2023 calendar.