The Transforming Primary Care Programme team has produced these additional resources to help you share information about the Next Steps to the Strategic Commissioning Framework.
The Next Steps to the Strategic Commissioning Framework sets out our vision for strengthening general practice collaboration across London. The framework aims to support practices across the capital to identify, create and build collaborative arrangements that can be adapted to meet their needs to deliver primary care transformation. It has been developed in partnership with London clinical commissioning groups, the Londonwide Local Medical Committees and overseen by the Primary Care Clinical Cabinet.
These additional materials can be used to support your work to promote the framework and share best practice.
Resources and communications tools
Guides and toolkits
Infographics and illustrations
London GP Next Steps 7 characteristics to working at scale
London GP Next Steps benefits of collaborating to strengthen general practice
London GP Next Steps benefits of collaboration for patients
London GP Next Steps benefits of general practice collaboration
Top 10 considerations for maximising extended access in London
Film and animation
Working together at scale
Salaried Trainee Practice Manager Programme
Extended Access Programme
Next Steps for Transforming Primary Care
GP Online Online Services< North East London Working at Scale
Blogs and case studies
City and Hackney’s practice manager training programme by Dr Mary Clarke CBE, Director of Workforce, City and Hackney GP Confederation.
Read about how the One Health Lewisham GP Federation practices are working collaboratively at scale to provide GP extended access.
Working at scale to support primary care by Jane Lindo, Programme Director at Primary Care Transformation North East London.
Read the Workforce Modelling tool case study, which was collaboratively developed by Healthy London Partnership, Health Education England and Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships in London.
In this video and case study, Dr Nazmul Hussain, a GP from Wordsworth Health Centre, shares his own experience of quality improvement and the role it has within general practice.
Demand for health and social care is increasing as people live longer with complex conditions – City and Hackney’s Neighbourhood Model is a way to empower and support residents in their independence while strengthening communities and networks to support individuals where required.
If you have any questions about this programme please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.