Integrated care – public engagement roadshows taking place this Autumn
Using mobile devices to consult with a GP?! Please go to our blog page and give your views
An AHSN sponsored project seeking to save patients and GPs time using pharmacists' expertise and a test machine
Push Doctor has received a 'good rating' from the CQC.
NHS and Primary Care Networks are coming ( and some have been trialled) - but what will they mean to you?
Two new schemes focussing on carers - Supporting Carers in General Practices and £5m fund for innovative ways to support unpaid carers
'Very enjoyable', 'I learned a lot' 'Best ever' some of the comments on our workshop -15 seconds really can save 30 minutes later on - we showed a group of people from the NHS, social care, and service users/carers/patients how we were inspired.
We held our free Forum on Wednesday 17th April on dementia - please see below for more details even if you missed it!
Our consultation event in Murton and since, produced a number of topics for future events
Government trying to get young people to work in care.
Missed appointments in 5 months cost the NHS over £0.7million
Matt Hancock orders a review into over prescribing
Come along to our meeting to share news of our Lottery success and to ask your views and support on the project we are undertaking with the funding.
Successful 'Awards for All' Lottery Bid
Sir David Behan to become Chair of Health Education England
Ruby Marshall Board member and the NHS Sounding Board
A Kings Fund Evaluation has come to some challenging and interesting conclusions about the CQC inspection regime especially for GP Practices
New ways of paying for care of the older population as new figures emerge that Japan has highest proportion of older people in the world
Our 3rd conference look at the latest developments, best practice and emerging issues, using a range of speakers. The conference should appeal to all those who are working in social care and health, and the related voluntary sector.