Our development programme supporting Primary Care Networks and practices to deliver joined-up care
Commission our programme and support your workforce to deliver integrated, person-centric care
Delivering integrated care offers an opportunity to transform primary care across the country.
But to achieve this, and deliver the vision outlined in the Fuller Stocktake, we need a shift in the way we work. We need to collaborate across boundaries and agencies – all while navigating a changing environment.
Pathway for Integrated Neighbourhood Teams supports the development of your Primary Care Networks and Practices – the building blocks of integrated care.
We provide your teams with the skills they need to reach their potential, and deliver world-class care with people at its heart.
Why choose Pathway for Integrated Neighbourhood Teams?
Our programme supports your Primary Care Network and Practices to deliver world-class integrated care.
We support the development of your workforce as a whole, providing tools, skills and knowledge for the whole network to mature. Training is tailored for different members of your team. For example, some sessions are relevant for clinical directors. Others are appropriate for practice managers.
Implementing change across systems often requires new ways of working between teams. We support your people to collaborate across boundaries and build trust. Your workforce will become resilient providers of healthcare, able to respond to change and challenge.
Choose our programme and provide your people with everything they need to reach their potential.
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What does Pathway for Integrated Neighbourhood Teams cover?
Commissioning Pathway for Integrated Neighbourhood Teams
You can commission the programme within a single integrated care system. This can include all the networks and practices within your system, or just a selection. We would deliver this in-person and close to your region.
Alternatively, commission places as part of a national programme.
Useful information and FAQs
Who is the programme for?
Pathway for Integrated Neighbourhood Teams supports the development of your entire care system.
This includes your Integrated Neighbourhood Team, Primary Care Networks, Local Medical Committee and Practices.
Different sessions are tailored for different members of the network. For example, some are applicable for those at board level. Others are more relevant for network or practice managers.
When does the programme start?
We schedule sessions that work for you.
What’s the time commitment?
Pathway for Integrated Neighbourhood Teams is a 6 month programme.
Attendees take part in 3 full-day and 3 half-day sessions, with practical exercises in between.
Full-day sessions are delivered in-person, close to your workforce. Half-day sessions are virtual. We also deliver hybrid sessions.
How do I book?
Please get in touch to discuss your priorities. We will provide a quote.
Who delivers the programme?
We have a great team that specialises in working with primary care teams. We partner with best-in-class experts in law, HR and business to deliver the course.
How is the programme accredited?
Pathway for Integrated Neighbourhood Teams is accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management and CPD Group and offers 30 CPD points.
Get in touch to learn more and discuss how we can work together to enable world-class primary care.
We look forward to speaking with you
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We’re proud to offer training programmes accredited by the Institute of Leadership & Management, and are an accredited provider with the CPD Group.