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Dr Nikita Kanani Jul 16
Day 16 of : What does that mean for you? Who have you met and spoken to? What are you concerns?
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Dr Nikita Kanani Jul 16
Did you catch our latest webinar on engaging communities with ? How are you engaging your local community in the development of your ? Any ideas you could share?
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Graham Stretch Jul 16
My question tonight for the chat is whether community pharmacy, often open longer hours can contribute to extended access? Is registration needed or is registration sufficient?
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Stephanie Coughlin Jul 16
Concerns locally about feeling overwhelmed, lots of different groups/people wanting to meet with but there just isn't enough capacity to do it all. Working out initial priorities is key, being realistic and pragmatic too. about can be done and when
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Dr Nikita Kanani Jul 16
How do we only have a few mins left? Thanks as always to everyone who joined tonight's chat 👏🏽 Don’t forget you can find out more about on the website at Join us for the next chat on 13 August - what shall we focus on?
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Jamie Hynes Jul 16
Jamie Hynes in the Black Country. Former PCN Lead but continuing PCN enthusiast for the potential they can provide and opportunities for mutual learning within networks!
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Jamie Hynes Jul 16
I found the workload of PCN stuff too much on top of training, TPD work & Faculty role, and didn’t want to drop any of those, so I stepped aside for CD... Team management was also a very challenging part of PCN role; did others find this difficult?
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Danielle Harding RN Jul 16
Comms is slow from the top, so my view is lets drive it from the bottom up! 🤷🏼‍♀️
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Robana Hussain-Mills🌟RN MA Jul 16
I agree it’s really exciting but not everyone is excited about change. We need to manage and support nursing and AHP staff if we want them to get on board with
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Rosy roo RN QN Jul 16
Hi 👋 I’m Rosy. Clinical Lead for a community nursing team in North Norfolk.
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Graham Stretch Jul 16
Hi, I’m Graham, Pharmacist & CD in Brentford and Isleworth for Brentworth - looking forward to more pharmacists joining us in general practice and working across community:GP:hospital silos 👋🏻
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Farzana Hussain Jul 16
locally networks have been tasked to provide a number of local enhanced services. I feel the timing of this ask is too early as we need time to build relationships amongst practices in the networks & with our wider partners. I fear it will stifle innovation
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Alliance for Better Care ltd (GP Federation) Jul 16
. we are attending the “Approaching PCN Development” day hosted by and . In order to help us in supporting our members
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Hollie Hastings Jul 16
For me it will be working with our PCNs to understand their development needs as soon as possible, so we can provide the right support and enable them to deliver for their community
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Stephanie Coughlin Jul 16
Raising profile & importance of within will be a huge part of achieving the vision we are all hoping for. Practice Nurses are invaluable & experienced team members that truly make a difference to the health & well being of our patients.
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Hannah Morgan Jul 16
We have been quite explicit about having a priority to make our staff’s working day better is absolutely fine to be upfront and centre: we need that for recruitment and retention and good care will fall out of that.
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Cambs and Pboro CCG 23h
The first meeting of Clinical Directors took place this morning. You can see our Medical Director, Mark Sanderson, talking about PCN Development here. Great to get everyone together and talk about next steps
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Dr Amir Hannan Jul 16
Replying to @ewmatron @NikkiKF and 2 others
The best part of my job is to remain as a full-time GP and maintain contact with patients and frontline staff. I learn so much from the direct contact with patient care. It’s where we learn what matters most to people Learn new ways of working
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Beccy Baird 19h
Great conference on primary care networks today - we asked the delegates to share their main message from the day...
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MHCC Primary Care 21h
Over to Medical Director for a session on Manchester's new Primary Care Networks
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