PRIMARY CARE NETWORK RESOURCES

You have a vision of what you want to achieve, but not necessarily the time, operational support or business know-how to get there. Without the required clinical leadership and management support in place, working at this level and developing your Primary Care Network (PCN) can be challenging, time-consuming and costly.

 

This page is dedicated to you, the busy PCN leader. 

 

 I’ve collated my top resources to share with you, all based on my experiences of setting up and working with

GP Federations, Training Hubs and Primary Care Networks.

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WEBINARS, TRAINING & SUPPORT

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The Role
of the Clinical Lead

If you only have time to listen to one podcast, then listen to this! It's from my experiences of being a Network Manager.

Primary Care Network Support

If you need help running and developing your PCN to free up your time to concentrate on leading, then we can help.

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EXPLORE THE PCN RESOURCE LIBRARY

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In addition to our dedicated PCN Resources, we have a whole host of additional resources which sit within the following categories. Please browse and do use the learnings in these articles to support you in your role.

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THE BUSINESS OF HEALTHCARE PODCAST

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The Business of Healthcare Podcast is perfect for Primary Care Clinical Directors. Episodes are released on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

 

Tuesday episodes provide practical advice from my experience and role as a Network Manager and business owner.

 

Thursday episodes interview a guest, who may be from a wide variety of businesses, are leaders in the healthcare space or both. They provide valuable insights to support the running of your Primary Care Network.