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Transforming our workforce with Primary Care Navigators

3rd April 2019

  Dr Jackie Tavabie, Project Clinical Lead at OHSEL and GP Education Lead at Bromley CCG,  writes about improving healthcare delivery by implementing a novel approach to non-clinical workforce development in a primary care setting. Demand and expectation of health care is increasing as more people are living longer, with many suffering from long-term, complex […]

Good thinking: promo tools for your organisation

29th March 2019

Templates and images designed to support partners to promote Good Thinking within their organisations. Please feel free to use the materials on this page to raise awareness of Good Thinking. If you need additional resolutions or other types of material, please get in touch. Logo Add the logo to your intranet or website and link it […]

Primary care workforce modelling tool – planning for the future

28th March 2019

Workforce brings a multifaceted set of challenges to primary care. At the core is the question: Does the supply meet the demand? Supporting workforce modelling One way of understanding these current and future implications is through a user friendly and scalable Beta2 version workforce modelling tool. This is a tool for those wishing to bring […]

Five minutes with Sir Sam Everington, Chair of the London Clinical Commissioning Council

30th October 2018

Professor Sir Sam Everington, Tower Hamlets GP and Chair of NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group, has recently been appointed Chair of the London Clinical Commissioning Council. Healthy London Partnership caught up with him to chat about his new role and to find out more about his plans to create a ‘health voice for London’. […]

The evolution of a practice: 25 years as a practice nurse

3rd November 2017

Ruth Amartey, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Allum Medical Centre, Leytonstone, London and the clinical lead for Waltham Forest Community Education Provider Network (CEPN) “Whatever we face and whatever we do, one thing will never change and that is the desire and passion to put our patients first, to excel at the work we do and how […]

Primary care indemnity guide

7th December 2016

Indemnity presents issues that are preventing staff from working across organisational boundaries. It is another challenge highlighted as preventing employees from working across organisational boundaries within new models of primary care.  This guide was delivered in partnership with NHS England and the Department of Health, and included engagement with all the Medical Defence Organisations (MDO’s), NHS England, […]

New care models and the workforce implications

7th December 2016

New models of care, new pathways and the establishment of new workforce roles create a series of challenges with staff working across organisational boundaries. These support packs are designed to assist with the development of new care models and to ensure the workforce implications of each of the new care models are fully considered.

Mental health workforce modelling

7th December 2016

These tools have been developed in partnership with our mental health programme to baseline current and future mental health care workforce needs, and test the impacts of different strategies locally before implementing them.  Two Microsoft Excel-based models have been developed for mental health. These cover perinatal mental health services and early interventions in psychosis. These were designed to support […]