Primary care networks: delivering integrated services at a neighbourhood level

17/07/2019 - 17/07/2019 • 11-13 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0AN

Programme

  • 17 July

Online Clinics: As a new PCN, Where do you start?

09:00 AM 09:45 AM

Dr Martin Godfrey

Tina Marshall

Session 1: What are primary care networks?

10:00 AM 11:30 AM

Beccy Baird

Nav Chana

Ned Naylor

Sally  Warren

Dr Nigel Watson MBE

Refreshment break and networking

11:30 AM 12:00 PM

Session 2: Exploring new roles in primary care networks

12:00 PM 01:15 PM

Rio-Jess Leslie

Helen McPeake

Ilkem Mehmet

Dr Keith Ridge CBE

Dr Rebecca Rosen

Carolyn Taylor

Buffet lunch and networking

01:15 PM 02:15 PM

Breakout A: Surrey Heartlands - a focus on mental health provision within primary care networks

02:15 PM 03:15 PM

Dr Charlotte Canniff

Dr Julia Chase

DK Dr David Kirkpatrick

Helen  McKenna

Breakout B: Learning from Scotland: Quality improvement clusters

02:15 PM 03:15 PM

BB Beccy Baird

Dr Kath Jones

Dr Michelle Watts

Breakout C: Bedford, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS – a focus on older frail patients

02:15 PM 03:15 PM

Stephanie Kumpunen

Dr Nina Pearson

Breakout D: Connected Care Wakefield – a focus on health inequalities Garden room

02:15 PM 03:15 PM

D Dr Ann-Marie  Carroll

Chris Skelton

Refreshment break and networking

03:15 PM 03:35 PM

Closing plenary: Learning from other countries

03:35 PM 04:30 PM

Beccy Baird

Vince Barry

Anna Charles

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Slido questions

Attendees

Speakers

MA

Manzoor Ahmed

Patient Leader
Royal Berkshire Foundation Trust
TA

Tehmeena Ajmal

Service Director
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
AA

Amrus Ali

Head of Quality and Performance
East London NHS Foundation Trust
LA

Lindsay Allan

Senior Development Manager
Cancer Research UK
MA

Marie-Louise Allred

Marketing and Communications Manager
NHS Arden & GEM CSU
SA

Sonakshi Anand

Senior Rersearcher
Institute for Voluntary Action Research
MA

Michael Anderson

Research Officer
London School of Economics and Political Science
FA

Fizz Annand

Programme Manager
Public Health England
JA

Joanne Ashcroft

Assistant Specialty Cluster Lead
National Institute of Health Research - Clinical Research Network
LA

LORI ASHTON

Programme/Transformation Lead
LIVEWELL SOUTHWEST
BB

Beccy Baird

Senior Fellow, Policy
The King's Fund

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PB

Paul Baker

Deputy Postgraduate Dean
Health Education England - North West of England Foundation School and School of
JB

John Barber

Clinical Fellow to the Chief Inspector PMS
Care Quality Commission
RB

Rachael Basak

Business Manager
Marie Curie
AB

Alan Bellinger

PPG Chair
Mr
CB

Charlotte Bennett

Strategic Liaison Officer - Health
VAST
SB

Sue Bickler

Development Manager
Altogether Better South West Yorkshire NHS Trust
PB

Peter Blackburn

Senior Staff Writer
The Doctor
DB

Dominic Blaydon

Associate Director for Primary care
NHS Wakefield
EB

Emma Bower

Editor
GP Online and Medeconomics
AB

Alexis Bradshaw

Director, Advisory Services
Optum
LB

Laura Brady-Locke

Medical Manager
Roche
LB

Laura Brownlee

Associate Director
RSM
GB

Gillian Bryant

Program Lead- Community Mental Health & Wellbeing
Shaw Trust
SB

Sarah Bullock

Policy Adviser
Cancer Research UK
AB

Amanda Burn

Regional Manager
Marie Curie
KB

Kate Burnett

Head of Physician Associate School
Health Education England - North West of England Foundation School and School of
CC

Charlotte Canniff

Clinical Chair
North West Surrey CCG
DC

Diane Carsley

CRT Interium Assistant Operatianl Manager
Swansea Bay University Health Board
NC

Nav Chana

Chair
National Association of Primary Care
AC

Anna Charles

Senior Policy Advisor to the CEO
The King's Fund
JC

Julia Chase

Clinical lead, Mental Health Workstream
Surrey Heartlands
AC

Alex Clarke

Senior Improvement Consultant
Midlands and Lanashire CSU
DC

David Collingbourne

PCN Consultanct
NHS Arden & GEM CSU
LC

Lindsey Cook

Patient representative
East of England Citizens Senate
KC

Kate Croxton

Head of Professional Engagement
Versus Arthritis
MC

Melissa Cullum

Programme Lead
NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
CC

Caleb Cunniffe

Senior Service Development Officer
Mind
SD

Shirine Davies

Associate Director
NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
BD

Barrie Davison

Head of Healthcare
NatWest
LD

Lorraine Dean

Councillor
Westminster City Council
WD

Wayne de Leeuw

Director of Patient & Family Services
Dorothy House Hospice Care
SD

Susan Devi

Patient
Maltings surgery
MD

Marc Donovan

Chief Pharmacist
Boots
PE

Phillip Earnshaw

Chair
NHS Wakefield
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
CE

Corinne Edwards

Interim Chief Operating Officer
BaNES CCG
SE

Sue Edwards

Head of East of England Clinical Senate
NHS England and NHS Improvement
PE

Philip Evans

Specialty Cluster Lead
National Institute of Health Research - Clinical Research Network
JF

Jeremy Faint

Divisional Manager
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
DF

Deborah Fisher OBE

Director for Crisis Response & Independent Living
British Red Cross
RF

Rosanna Flury

Senior Policy Officer
Diabetes UK
KF

Karen Fox

Strategic Partnerships Lead
Novartis
SF

Sara Froud

North Dorset Locality Manager
Dorset Healthcare
BG

Barbara Gallagher

Patient member of a PPG
Free
JG

Jenefer Gillam

Clinical Service Manager
NHS Foundation Trust
JG

Jennifer Gosling

Assistant Professor
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
JG

Jagwant Grewal

Sr. Business Developer
Cerner
EG

Elspeth Griffiths

Associate Director
NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
KG

Karen Grossmark

Gp Partner
NHS
MG

Mags Groves

Interim Services Manager – Older Adults
East London NHS Foundation Trust
HH

Helen Hamilton

Managing Director
Blue Horizon Healthcare Consulting Ltd
JH

Jonathan Hammond

Research fellow
The University of Manchester
MH

Malcolm Harrison

CEO
The Company Chemists' Association Ltd
AH

Adrian Higgins

Medical Director
West Hampshire CCG
MH

Maurice Hoffman

Public Advisory Panel Member
NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre
FH

FARZANA HUSSAIN

GP
Dr
GI

Gareth Iacobucci

Chief Reporter
BMJ
NJ

Nicholas Jackson

PCN director/GP
Beech Tree Surgery
LJ

Lisa James

Senior Programme Manager
KSS AHSN
JJ

Jackie Jamieson

Community Linking Project Manager
Edberts House
CJ

Christabel Jay

Managing Director
Helpforce Community CIC
TJ

Tessa Jelen

Chair
Respiratory Health Westminster
MJ

Mike Jennings

Director of Finance and Estates
Sussex Community Nhs Foundation Trust
SJ

Scott Joiner

Relationship Manager
Choice Support
DJ

Dave Jones

Deputy Cheif Operating Officer
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
KJ

Kath Jones

Associate Medical Director
NHS Highland
LJ

Lianne Jongepier

Head of Transformation
NHS North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group
SK

Seema Kennedy MP

Parliamentary Under-Secretary
Department of Health and Social Care
AK

Alise Kirtley

Dementia Care Consultant
Dementia Home Consultancy Group
CK

Carol Kumar

Assistant Director of Primary Care Transformation
Barnet CCG
SK

Stephanie Kumpunen

Senior Fellow in Health Policy
Nuffield Trust
WL

Wai Ha Lam

Development Officer
Lambeth Patient Participation Group Network
KL

Karen Lancaster

GP Engagament Lead
MHRA
LL

Liz Lawrence

Head of Health Service Improvement
Versus Arthritis
LL

Leon Le Roux

Clinical Director, Mental Health Network
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
FL

Felicity Lewis

CRT Project Support Officer
Swansea Bay University Health Board
IL

Ian Lightley

Senior Manager
LIVEWELL SOUTHWEST
AL

Anique Liiv

Policy and Research Officer
Royal College of GPs
SL

Simon Lilley

Director of Market Development
Optum
LL

Liang Lin

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TPP
PL

Paula Love

Head of Nursing & AHP, Adult Community Healthcare
Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
PM

Pat McGuinness

Deputy Director of Integration
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
IM

Ian McJennett

Market Access Solutions Lead
UCB
IM

Ian Mckenzie

Managing Partner
Pencester Surgery
HM

Helen McPeake

Operations Manager
Wellbeing Enterprises CIC
LM

Lois Meakins

Diabetes Outcomes Director
Novo Nordisk
JM

Jozella Mearhart

Specialty Cluster Manager
National Institute of Health Research - Clinical Research Network
IM

Ilkem Mehmet

Clinical and Governance Lead
Circle MSK
JM

Jane Miller

Chief Executive
Care Plus Group
KM

kirit Mistry

Chair
south Asian Health action
JM

Julie Mugarza

RDM
NIHR CRN NW Coast
PM

Paul Munim

Community Settings Advisor
Macmillan Cancer Support
KM

Kerry Murphy

Local Account manager
Pfizer Ltd
BM

Brian Murray

Sales Director
Orion Health
SN

Shafik Nassar

Operational Manager
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
NN

Ned Naylor

Acting Director
NHS England and NHS Improvement
RN

Richard Newland

Chairman
CHS Healthcare a division of Carehome Selection
SN

Sophia Nicola

Primary Care Advisor
Macmillan Cancer Support
SO

Suzy O'Callaghan

Director of Nursing
St Wilfrid's Hospice
MO

Michael O'Dwyer

Head of Personalised Care and Support Services
Age UK Islington
MP

Meena Parekh

PPG
Nhs
DP

Dawn Parker

Older Adults Quality Improvment and Assurance Lead
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
JP

John Parry

Clinical Director
TPP
JP

Johnathan Pascall

Sales Director
Orion Health
NP

Nick Pearson

Finance Director
Roche Diabetes Care
NP

Nina Pearson

Chair, NHS Luton CCG and GP Lead
BLMK Integrated Care System
LP

Lesley Perkin

Network Lead
UCB
JP

Jackie Perkins

Head of Service, Adult Community Healthcare
Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
SP

Steven Pink

CEO
SELDOC Healthcare
KP

Kelly Poole

Assistant Director of Primary Care Transformation
Barnet CCG
KP

Karen Pulley

National Training and Professional Relations Manag
Consilient Health
RR

Ragu Rajan

GP
Mid Downs Medical Practice
MR

Marion Reilly

Deputy Borough Director
East London NHS Foundation Trust
KR

Keith Ridge CBE

Chief Pharmaceutical Officer
NHS England
SR

Steven Roberts

Older Adults Divisional Manager
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
RR

Rebecca Rosen

Senior Fellow in Health Policy
Nuffield Trust
BR

Ben Rubin

Commercial Manager
Medical Management Systems
CS

Ciceley Scarborough

Project Manager
Hertfordshire County Council
LS

Lalita Scott

Project Manager
Hillingdon Primary Care Confederation
GS

Gali Siegal

Facilitator Manager Health Professional Engagement
Cancer Research UK
IS

Isobel siewruk-smith

Primary Care Liaison Pilots Manager
Leeds & York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
RS

Rufaro Sikilpa

MSK First Contact Physiotherapist
Circle MSK
PS

Paul Skinner

Strategic Development Manager
Alliance Healthcare
SS

Shelley Southon

Head of Community Mental Health, Wellbeing & Work
Shaw Trust
BS

Bridget Sproston

Market Access & Partnerships Manager
Novo Nordisk
TS

Thea Stein

Chief Executive
Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust
HS

Helen Stubbs

Senior Improvement Consultant
Midlands and Lancashire CSU
CT

Carolyn Taylor

Service Manager
Wellbeing Enterprises CIC
ST

Sarah Taylor-Smith

Clinical lead for unplanned care
G@WCCG
LT

Lisa Thompson

Associate Director ACS-Greenwich
Oxleas NHS
LT

Lloyd Tingley

Senior Policy and Campaigns Adviser
Parkinson's UK
AT

Aaron Torrens

Regional Director (UK & Ireland)
IBM Watson Health
DT

David Toy

Advanced Practice Consultant Physiotherapist
Siemens Healthineers
CU

Christopher Ubawuchi

Consultant psychiatrist / Guardian of Safe Working
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
MV

Michael Vidal

Public Representative
NHS City and Hackney CCG
SW

Sarah Waite

Principal Programme Manager
Swansea Bay University Health Board
GW

Geoffrey Walker

Portfolio Holder for Health and Social Care
Sunderland City Council
JW

Jason Wallace

IT Business Planning Manager
NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
NW

Nicola Walsh

Assistant Director
The King's Fund
LW

Lynsey Warwick-Giles

Research Associate
The University of Manchester
NW

Nigel Watson MBE

GP and Independent Chair
Department of Health and Social Care
MW

Michelle Watts

GP and Independent Chair, GP Partnership Review
NHS Highland
RW

Rebecca Wellburn

System Engagement Specialist Advisor
Macmillan Cancer Support
AW

Alison Westmacott

Director
NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit
MW

Marianne West

Patient representative
Personal
LW

Lucy Wills

N/A
NW

Nicky Wilson

Programme Manager - Transformation
NHS Arden & GEM CSU
LW

Lucia Winrow

Deputy Director for Community Services
Oxfordhealth NHS Foundation Trust
CW

Colette Wood

Director, Primary Care Transformation
Barnet CCG
CW

Clare Woodford

Senior Policy Advisor (Health)
Macmillan Cancer Support
KW

Karina Woodyer-Smith

Head of Integrated Nursing
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

Beccy Baird

Senior Fellow, Policy
The King’s Fund
Beccy works in the health policy team, leading research and analysis across a range of health care issues.

Beccy joined the Fund in 2007, first as an adviser to the chief executive and then, in the policy team, leading responsive policy work around the general election in 2015.

She has worked in the NHS and social care for more than 20 years, and before joining the Fund was associate director for service improvement in a cancer network. She spent two years in San Mateo County, California, developing a model of integrated health and social care funding and delivery for older people. She began her career as a researcher in older people and mental health services.

She has an MSc in health systems management from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Beccy is a trustee of Young Minds, the national charity for children and young people's mental health.

Read Beccy's reports and blogs.


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Vince Barry

Chief Executive Officer
Pegasus Health, New Zealand
Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Health, New Zealand

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Dr Charlotte Canniff

Clinical Chair
North West Surrey CCG and Clinical Lead for Primary Care Transformation Surrey Heartlands
Dr Charlotte Canniff is a GP Partner in North West Surrey since 2002 and Clinical Chair of North West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group since April 2016.
She leads on Primary Care Transformation for Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System and has been supporting Primary Care Network development both locally within Surrey and also nationally working with NHSE.
She is actively engaged in the development of North West Surrey Integrated Care Partnership.
She is passionate about good quality accessible Primary Care and champions the strengthening of the out of hospital system to support the changing complexity of our population.
She has broad experience working with multiple Stakeholders and Partners both locally within North West Surrey and Surrey Heartlands Health and Care partners,  with Regional bodies and Citizens

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Dr Ann-Marie Carroll

Clinical Advisor
Partner in large teaching practice in Wakefield for 35 years with a special interest in Paediatrics and training.
Following retirement from my partnership, I have worked as a GP locum .combining this with working as
Clinical advisor to wakefield CCG on the connecting care programme and the care home Vanguard.
currently clinical chair of the wakefield ICP board.

17 July

Nav Chana

Chair
National Association of Primary Care
Dr Nav Chana served as NAPC Chair for four years and has been integral to the development and roll out of more than 240 primary care home (PCH) sites across England. He has been a GP at the Cricket Green Medical Practice in South West London for over 26 years. Previously Nav was Clinical Adviser for Workforce Redesign for the new care models programme, Director of Education Quality for Health Education South London and Postgraduate Dean for General Practice and Community-Based Education. Nav featured in Pulse's Power 50 list of the most influential GPs in 2018. He was awarded an MBE for services to clinical education and primary and community care in the Queen’s birthday honours in June 2019.

17 July

Anna Charles

Senior Policy Advisor to the CEO
The King’s Fund
Anna works in a range of areas including NHS reform, new models of care and community services. She conducts research and analysis, as well as working closely with local and national health system leaders.

Since joining the Fund in 2015, Anna has published work on community health services, social care, financial pressures in the NHS and the development of new care models and integrated care systems. In 2018, she acted as a specialist adviser to the House of Commons Health Select Committee during its inquiry into integrated care.

Before joining the Fund, Anna worked as a doctor at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. She holds a medical degree and a degree in health care ethics and law from the University of Birmingham.

Read Anna's blogs and reports.

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Dr Julia Chase

Clinical lead, Mental Health Workstream
Surrey Heartlands
BA in psychology UCLA
Masters in Social work University Southern California
MBBS University College London
I am a GP In Tadworth, Surrey. I was a clinical lead for Mental Health at Surrey Downs CCG before starting my role as clinical lead for Mental Health at Surrey Heartlands. I am the lead at my practice for mental health, learning disabilities and suicide prevention.

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Dr Phillip Earnshaw

Chair
NHS Wakefield
Dr Earnshaw has worked in Wakefield for more than 30 years. He is Senior Partner at Health Care First which runs Ferrybridge Medical Centre, Elizabeth Court, Park View and Queen Street Surgery.
He has been involved with the CCG from its inception and previously worked for Eastern Wakefield and Wakefield District Primary Care Trusts, latterly as a board member.
He is currently Vice Chair of Wakefield Health & Well Being Board and is also a board member at WDH, our main local social housing provider.

Dr Martin Godfrey

Martin is a practicing GP in south London. He has a life-long interest in health informatics and is currently very involved in the development of digital health initiatives within Primary Care Networks in London. He is a governing body member at Lambeth CCG.
Over the years Martin has developed a portfolio medical career having worked in a variety ofclinical and commercial roles. He left full time general practice back in the 1980s to enter the world of journalism (he was editor of Mims Magazine and GP Newspaper); then medical education and eLearning (he helped establish the world’s first on-line medical school in Los Angeles) and PR (he headed Hill and Knowlton’s European Health Practice for 10 years).
Martin is still actively involved in writing and commentating on medical issues online and in the press, radio and TV.

17 July

Dr Kath Jones

Associate Medical Director for North and West Division
NHS Highland
Katharine has enjoyed a varied career, initially combining an inner city GP partnership with an academic post at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine during which she became a core member of a WHO Malaria Treatment Guideline Development Group and an Honorary Editor for the Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group. Following a medical leadership role with a local out of hours provider and an 18 month sabbatical working as the sole clinician on remote Scottish islands, she took up a post as Associate Medical Director for NHS Highland in 2016 just as GP clusters were forming. Almost three years later she is looking forward to returning to clinical work this summer as a salaried GP on the Isle of Skye and hopes to combine this with an interest in the management-clinician interface.

17 July

Seema Kennedy MP

Parliamentary Under-Secretary
Department of Health and Social Care
Seema Kennedy was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health and Primary Care in April 2019, with a brief including:
  • health protection and improvement
  • primary care
  • major diseases
Seema is the Conservative MP for South Ribble.

Education

Seema was educated in Blackburn before studying oriental studies (French and Persian) at Pembroke College, Cambridge. After Cambridge, she took a legal practice course.

Political career

Seema has been MP for South Ribble since 2015. In 2015, Seema became co-chair of a cross-party Loneliness Commission along with Jo Cox MP. Following Jo’s murder in 2016, Seema took forward this work with Rachel Reeves MP to form the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness. In 2017, she became the Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) to the Prime Minister. She was the first female PPS to a Conservative prime minister.

Career outside of politics

After graduating from the University of Cambridge, Seema spent some time working in London as a solicitor before joining the family business, which owns commercial properties in north-west England.

Personal life
Seema is married with 3 children.
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Dr David Kirkpatrick

Surrey and Borders Partnership

17 July

Stephanie Kumpunen

Nuffield Trust
Stephanie joined the Nuffield Trust in 2014. She specialises in qualitative research, policy analysis, and evaluations.
Her research interests include primary care and integrated health and social care, and she has co-authored reports covering models of GP collaboration, patient choice policies, and information sharing in paediatric care.
Before joining the Trust, Stephanie spent a year at the Department of Health on secondment from LSE Health / Personal Social Service Research Unit (PSSRU).
She has an MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from the LSE and LSHTM, and an MSc in Health Promotion from Western University in Canada.

17 July

Rio-Jess Leslie

Deputy Clinical Lead
Circle MSK Greenwich
Rio qualified in South Africa and worked there for several years in a rural, government hospital and a private sports practice with elite athletes. She continued to work within both private and public health sectors in the UK before joining Circle MSK Greenwich.

17 July

Tina Marshall

UK Country Manager
Visiba Care

17 July

Helen McKenna

Senior Fellow, Policy and Communications
The King's Fund
Helen is a generalist whose role spans the Fund’s policy and communications functions and involves identifying, analysing and communicating emerging policy issues as well as advising on their implications.

Before joining the Fund, Helen was principal policy adviser on health and social care at Which? where her work included campaigns to improve the transparency of dental charges and to make it easier for people to complain about public services.

Helen also worked at the Department of Health as a fast-stream trainee and then as a manager. Her roles at the Department included working on the Health and Social Care Act reforms, leading a review of the NHS Constitution and developing a programme of collaboration on health matters between China and the UK.

Helen has an MSc in health policy from Imperial College, London.

Read Helen's reports and blogs.

17 July

Helen McPeake

Operations manager
Wellbeing Enterprises CIC
Helen began volunteering within the VCSFE sector supporting charities tackling substance addiction and homelessness over 10 years ago which led to her undertaking and graduating with a BSc and MSc in Health Inequalities from Liverpool Hope University in 2010. Helen is an experienced Operations and Project Delivery Director and has worked at Wellbeing Enterprises CIC for more than five years. During this time Helen has been responsible for establishing numerous borough-wide and pan-regional community led projects. Helen’s role was instrumental in establishing a number of large-scale social prescribing programmes across the Cheshire and Merseyside region. Helen is an experienced networker, negotiator and has an eye for detail and maintaining accurate reports, records of progress and managing budgets.

17 July

Ilkem Mehmet

Clinical and Governance Lead (Greenwich)
Circle MSK
Ilkem graduated from Middlesex University with a degree in Sports Rehabilitation and Injury Prevention (BSc Hons) and was then accepted into the Physiotherapy Degree as an undergraduate at the University of East London. In 2006 she started working as a rotational, musculoskeletal physiotherapist. Over the years she have worked in various NHS Trusts, including Leicestershire Rutland Trust and North East London Foundation Trust. In addition, Ilkem has worked for private providers for the NHS in the borough of Bromley and Westminster.
Ilkem became a senior musculoskeletal clinician in 2007. She spent 5 years working as a Team Leader Physiotherapist, for a private provider for the NHS, in the South East London. This involved a musculoskeletal caseload, as well as managing a team of physiotherapists. She then became an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist (APP) in 2014 and has a specialist interest in musculoskeletal conditions, pain and rheumatology. Her career as a physiotherapist has always been in the musculoskeletal industry.
In July 2017, Ilkem joined Circle Greenwich Integrated Care as Clinical and Governance Lead APP and now manages a team of ESPs, and oversees the physiotherapy and MSK Practitioner teams. She has helped implement First Contact Practitioners into the local Greenwich borough and continues to provide clinical supervision to a team of specialist Advanced Practice Physiotherapists.

17 July

Ned Naylor

Acting Director, Primary Care Provider Transformation
NHS England and NHS Improvement
Ned is Director of Primary Care Provider Transformation at NHS England and NHS Improvement. He previously led the national STP team and worked to set up the ICS programme, supporting systems around the country to provide more integrated care. Ned trained as a doctor, practising in the UK and South Africa, and holds a Master’s in Public Health.


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Dr Nadim Nayyar

Primary Care Home Clinical Directors
NHS Wakefield

Dr Nina Pearson

Chair, NHS Luton CCG and GP Lead
BLMK Integrated Care System
Dr Nina Pearson has been a GP for 31 years and is currently a part-time partner with Lea Vale Medical Group, a practice of 24,000 patients over three sites in Luton.
Nina has held a number of clinical leadership roles throughout her career and has been Chair of Luton Clinical Commissioning Group since April 2013. During this time she has led Luton CCG to a position of maturity with a health and social care economy which is meeting the NHS constitutional standards but still facing a significant financial sustainability challenge.
Since June 2017 she has been the GP Lead for the Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes Shadow Integrated Care System, developing primary care as the cornerstone of population health using the primary care home model.

17 July

Dr Keith Ridge CBE

Chief Pharmaceutical Officer
NHS England
Dr Keith Ridge is Chief Pharmaceutical Officer at NHS England where he is head of profession for the pharmacy professions and the principal advisor on pharmacy and medicines use.
His role supports the Department of Health, broader Government and Health Education England.
Keith is the Senior Responsible Officer for reducing inappropriate prescribing of antimicrobial in the UK AMR Strategy, and leads on issues such as medicines optimisation, digital medicines, pharmacy educational reform and transforming pharmacy practice in line with the NHS’s Five Year Forward View.
He is a visiting professor at the Imperial College Medical School.

17 July

Dr Rebecca Rosen

Senior Fellow in Health Policy
Nuffield Trust
Rebecca is a Senior Fellow in Health Policy at the Nuffield Trust and a General Practitioner in Greenwich. She is also an accredited public health specialist. Her current policy interests include integrated care, primary care, new organisational models for general practice and NHS commissioning.
Within her GP practice, Rebecca leads work to improve continuity and quality of care for people with chronic complex ill health and to apply the principles of the chronic care model in a practice setting.
In the past Rebecca has worked as Medical Director of Humana Europe; as a Senior Fellow at The King’s Fund; and in NHS and academic public health departments. Past research interests include the diffusion of new medical technologies, patient choice and primary care policy.

17 July

Chris Skelton

Head of Primary care Commissioning
NHS Wakefield
Chris has a significant number of skills including strategic planning and delivery, influence and negotiation, performance improvement as well as building effective relationships to enable this. Chris holds a MSc in Health and Social Care Leadership and Management. He has a broad range of leadership and Management experience in both primary care and the commissioning; currently he is the Head of Primary Care Co-Commissioning for NHS Wakefield CCG.
Chris is known for his innovative approach and commitment of improving services, as such he has played a pivotal role in the development of Primary Care Networks locally. Chris is also a member of the West Yorkshire & Harrogate ICS Primary and Community Care Programme Board.

17 July

Carolyn Taylor

Service Manager
Wellbeing Enterprises CIC
Carolyn is an experienced Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) practitioner and Services Manager. Over her career of 20 years in the VCFSE sector, Carolyn has delivered a wide and varied array of person and community-centered health initiatives including social prescribing, community navigation and social action projects. Carolyn has extensive experience working with beneficiaries on a one to one or group level and has played a pivotal role integrating such provision seamlessly with primary, community and secondary care providers as an adjunct to standard clinical interventions in order to reach out to the social circumstances of peoples’ lives. Carolyn has co-facilitated numerous stakeholder engagement sessions and canvassed the views and opinions of beneficiaries and wider stakeholders to inform consultation reports and the re-design of existing services. Carolyn works with volunteers, social entrepreneurs and activists at a grassroots level and has coordinated projects that give power and support to local people to bring about the change they want and need. Carolyn manages a team of experienced ABCD practitioners and volunteers and is an experienced trainer and facilitator.

17 July

Sally Warren

Director of Policy
The King's Fund
Before joining the Fund, Sally had extensive experience in health, care and population health policy and delivery, in central and local government. Sally was Director for Social Care at the Department for Health and Social Care, Director of Programmes at Public Health England and Deputy Chief Inspector (for social care and registration) at the Care Quality Commission. She was also Director at the Cabinet Office, leading a project on social care funding for Budget 2017.
Most recently, Sally worked at the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs as Director of the Agri-Food Chain, and latterly Director of EU Exit Preparedness and Response.

17 July

Dr Nigel Watson MBE

GP and Independent Chair, GP Partnership Review
Department of Health and Social Care
Nigel was appointed as the Independent Chair of the GP Partnership Review in June 2018 by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, supported by GPC, RCGP, NHS England and DHSC. The review is considering the GP Partnership and following the review will make recommendations on how to revitalize the model and ensure it is fit for purpose for the future.
Nigel is the Chief Executive of Wessex Local Medical Committees which represents over 3,000 GPs working in 500 practices in Dorset, Hampshire and IoW, Bath & North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire and supports the GPs working in the Channel Islands.
Wessex LMCs has an excellent reputation for being firm but fair. They enjoy strong support from grass roots GPs and Practice Managers and are looking for solutions not problems.
Nigel worked 2 days a week in his practice where he was the Managing Partner of a busy 12 doctor practice in the New Forest. With a list size of over 13,300 and working in an area where over 30% of the population is aged 65 or more there are many challenges.
Nigel was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in June 2018 for services to general practice in Wessex.
Over the last couple of years Nigel has been very involved in supporting and leading the Hampshire Vanguard. Developing the Multi-Specialty Community Provider and transforming care in his locality and spreading this across Hampshire. The work has been transformed into the New Models of Care workstream in the Hampshire and IoW STP.
The STP brings together providers and commissioners and Nigel sits on the Executive Board to ensure that General Practice has a voice and is not missed out in all the discussions and plans.
Because of his work locally and working closely with the national team, Nigel has sat on the national advisory committee for the voluntary MCP contract now transformed into the New Models of Care Business Advisory Group.
The workforce is critical to our future and the LMC has always had a close and constructive relationship with the Deanery and the LETB in Wessex. As HEE changed its structure to have a committee covering the South of England, Nigel was asked to be the Primary Care Representative on this committee.

17 July

Dr Michelle Watts

GP and Independent Chair, GP Partnership Review
NHS Highland
As a GP with experience of working across a wide range of urban and rural practices in Scotland, Michelle has developed her interest and experience in medical leadership and management at the regional and national level as an Associate Medical Director. Currently seconded to the Scottish Government,her role covers a broad remit supporting strategic leadership, primary care development and implementation of the new GP contract for Scotland.
She is a passionate advocate for safety and quality, and how this can be driven through collaboration, innovation, and improvement in primary and community care.

17 July

Visiba Care

In today’s society, many of us do a great many things in the digital world – we shop, read, plan and communicate with colleagues, friends, and family irrespective of where we find ourselves. And yet it is still not possible to make a simple visit to your own healthcare provider online. Our aim is to take advantage of available digital solutions to make healthcare the modern and accessible experience it should be.

Care UK

At Care UK we’ve been delivering health and social care services throughout the UK for more than 30 years. Today our healthcare services include treatment centres, GP practices, walk-in centres, out-of-hours GP support and diagnostics facilities.
As the largest independent provider of NHS services in the country, we’re committed to deliver the highest quality experience possible for our patients. We work in partnership with the NHS to deliver healthcare into communities, ensuring that patients get easier and quicker access to the care they need at the right time.
Practice Plus is a primary care, general practice offering delivered by Care UK. It uses Care UK’s resilient clinical call centre infrastructure and innovative technologies to provide virtual clinical and practice administrative resources to effectively support the successful daily operations of practices.
Visit us at www.practiceplus.co.uk

NHS Arden & GEM

With the development of Primary Care Networks, implementation of the new GP contract and a focus on greater collaboration, primary care is at the start of a process to drive delivery of joined up care across local areas.

NHS Arden & GEM CSU can support you to achieve at-scale delivery, run your day to day operations as smoothly and efficiently as possible, while extending and improving patient services through intelligent use of data and embracing new technology and ways of working. Working in partnership with Capsticks and clinical director for the national primary care homes project, Professor James Kingsland, we bring together a unique blend of knowledge and expertise, informed by first-hand experience of designing and implementing collaborative models within health and social care.

Visit our exhibition stand to learn how our tailored primary care solutions are already helping customers to develop and deliver a vision for local primary care.

The King's Fund

The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England.

Our mission describes how we will achieve this:
  • through our research and policy analysis
  • through the work we do with individuals, organisations and communities building their capability, supporting them to adopt best practice and share learning
  • by bringing people together through events and networks to discuss and learn from evidence from the United Kingdom and across the world
  • by promoting greater understanding of health and care policy and practice – helping people to make sense of a complex and rapidly changing environment.

Vision

Vision is intelligent healthcare software that enables nimble, collaborative working across the healthcare landscape. It uses innovative technologies to think ahead and predict your next move. That means less keystrokes and fewer mouse clicks. So you can focus on your patients instead of your computer. Be one step ahead, wherever you are with intelligent healthcare software from Vision.

Induction app

Induction App is a secure communications & collaboration toolkit that quickly connects healthcare professionals to the people and information they need in order to work more efficiently and effectively within primary care networks.

The app’s functions include:
  • Crowdsourced directory of bleep and extension numbers in secondary & tertiary care hospitals
  • Clinical guideline sharing for best practice
  • Shared documents - from admin protocols to referral processes
  • Secure clinical messaging and image sharing for patient identifiable information

Induction is used by over 50% of all NHS doctors and is a valuable solution for the challenges facing primary care networks, including:

  • Sharing information and resources between GPs within the PCN
  • Improving efficiency for locum doctors such as contact details and referral processes
  • Secure communication platform to maximise knowledge from GPs with special interests within the PCN
  • Cultivating collaboration and communication along patient pathways into local hospitals

Questions from slido

J1131_Slido questions.pdf Download Link
Breakfast session

Online Clinics: As a new PCN, Where do you start?

09:00 AM 09:45 AM Maynard theatre, lower ground floor

9.00am Welcome and Introduction
Tina Marshall, UK Country Manager, Visiba Care

9.05am Online digital clinics
What do they entail? What can you expect? What do you need to do and what will actually make a difference to you and your practice?   

Dr Martin Godfrey
, GP, Clapham Family Practice and Governing Body Member, Lambeth CCG

This session is kindly sponsored by:

Speakers

Dr Martin Godfrey.pdf Download Link
Tina Marshall.pdf Download Link
AM session

Session 1: What are primary care networks?

10:00 AM 11:30 AM Burdett theatre, ground floor

10.00am Welcome and introduction
Sally Warren, Director of Policy, The King’s Fund

10.10am What are primary care networks?
Learn how primary care networks, a key part of the NHS long-term plan, will be formed, funded and held accountable and bring general practices together to work at scale
Beccy Baird, Senior Fellow, Policy, The King’s Fund

10.30am Panel session - What do primary care networks mean for general practice?
  • Discuss how primary care networks will change general practice and what opportunities it provides to transform general practice and wider primary care.
Nav Chana, Chair, National Association of Primary Care
Ned Naylor, Acting Director, Primary Care Provider Transformation, NHS England and NHS Improvement
Dr Nigel Watson MBE, GP and Independent Chair, GP Partnership Review, Department of Health and Social Care

11.00am Questions and discussion
Ask the panel your questions about primary care networks and how they will work in practice.

Speakers

Beccy_Baird.pdf Download Link
Nigel_Watson.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break and networking

11:30 AM 12:00 PM Orangery, ground floor

Welcome! You should have received your scavenger hunt card at the registration. If not, please ask for one at the registration desk. Then simply collect stamps from the exhibition stands! There are three £100 John Lewis up for grabs.
PM session

Session 2: Exploring new roles in primary care networks

12:00 PM 01:15 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

12.00am Welcome and introduction
Dr Rebecca Rosen, Senior Fellow in Health Policy, Nuffield Trust 

12:05am Incorporating clinical pharmacists into primary care networks
  • Hear about the plans to recruit clinical pharmacists into primary care networks and the role they can play in medication reviews, reducing inappropriate use of antibiotics, and supporting a person‑centred approach to safe, effective medicines use.
Dr Keith Ridge CBE, Chief Pharmaceutical Officer, NHS England 

12:20pm The role of the social prescribing link worker in primary care
  • Each primary care network will have access to a social prescribing link worker funded by NHS England. Hear about how that role can be incorporated into general practice and help support patients to improve their health and wellbeing
Helen McPeake, Operations manager, Wellbeing Enterprises CIC
Carolyn Taylor, Service Manager, Wellbeing Enterprises CIC

12.35pm Physiotherapy in general practice

  • Hear how physiotherapists are working in new ways to add value to general practice and wider primary care networks, supporting patients with musculoskeletal disorders and chronic pain.
Ilkem Mehmet, Clinical and Governance Lead (Greenwich), Circle MSK 
Rufaro Sikilpa, MSK First Contact Physiotherapist, MSK Greenwich hub, Circle MSK 

12.50pm Questions and discussion

Speakers

Carolyn Taylor.pdf Download Link
Ilkem Mehmet.pdf Download Link
Keith Ridge.pdf Download Link

Buffet lunch and networking

01:15 PM 02:15 PM Orangery, ground floor

Please take this time to decide which of the 4 sessions you plan to attend after the lunch break.

Lunch, scavenger hunt, exhibition and networking
PM session

Breakout A: Surrey Heartlands - a focus on mental health provision within primary care networks

02:15 PM 03:15 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

2.15pm Welcome and introduction
Helen McKenna, Senior Fellow, Policy and Communications, The King’s Fund 

  • Hear how Surrey Heartlands ICS is approaching primary care networks and learn about their mental health PCN pilot which is using new roles as well as established services to support people presenting in primary care with mental health needs.
Dr Charlotte Canniff, Clinical Chair, North West Surrey CCG and Clinical Lead for Primary Care Transformation Surrey Heartlands 
Dr Julia Chase, Clinical lead, Mental Health Workstream, Surrey Heartlands 
Dr David Kirkpatrick, Clinical Psychologist, Surrey and Borders Partnership
This new mental health pilot is building on the PCN model and will include new roles as well as links with established services. The team will include mental health practitioners, pharmacists, psychologists, peer support workers, psychiatry in-put, IAPT and the voluntary sector.
The aim is that people presenting with mental health needs in primary care find access and seeking help a positive experience and get the support they need. The model is being co-designed with stakeholders including people who use services and their carers.
Questions and discussion

Speakers

Dr Charlotte Canniff, Dr David Kirkpatrick, Dr Julia Chase.pdf Download Link
PM session

Breakout B: Learning from Scotland: Quality improvement clusters

02:15 PM 03:15 PM Maynard A, lower ground floor

2.15pm
Welcome and introduction
Beccy Baird, SeniorFellow, Policy, The King’s Fund

  • Discover the learning from the model in Scotland for working closely in networks across practices and other local organisations to do quality improvement work with their peers and contribute to the oversight and development of their local healthcare system.
Dr Kath Jones, Associate Medical Director, North and West Highland, NHS Highland
Dr Michelle Watts, GP, NHS Highland

GP Clusters are typically groups of between five to eight GP practices in a close geographical location whose aim is to encourage GPs to take part in quality improvement activity with their peers and contribute to the oversight and development of their local healthcare system.

Speakers

Dr Kath Jones, Dr Michelle Watts.pdf Download Link
PM session

Breakout C: Bedford, Luton and Milton Keynes ICS – a focus on older frail patients

02:15 PM 03:15 PM Maynard B, lower ground floor

2.15pm Welcome and introduction
Stephanie Kumpunen, Senior Fellow in Health Policy, Nuffield Trust 
  • Hear about the approach that Bedford, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) ICS have taken to developing their primary care networks to provide a unified approach to support frail older people living locally.
Dr Nina Pearson, Chair, NHS Luton CCG and GP Lead, BLMK Integrated Care System 
Learn about the way in which the frailty register and other data are being used to tailor care to the individual needs of older frail people.
In Luton, community multi-disciplinary teams meet to review patients three times a week (hospital geriatricians, ambulance, community & mental health and social care staff) and have daily safety huddles problem-solve live issues to intervene in the most appropriate way.


Speakers

Nina_Pearson_Tracy_Fitzsimmons.pdf Download Link
PM session

Breakout D: Connected Care Wakefield – a focus on health inequalities Garden room

02:15 PM 03:15 PM Garden room, ground floor

Welcome and introduction
  • Hear about NHS Wakefield’s Connecting Care programme and their work tackling health inequalities through priority neighbourhoods.

Chris Skelton, Head of Primary Care Co-Commissioning, NHS Wakefield CCG

Dr Ann-Marie Carroll,
 Clinical Advisor, NHS Wakefield CCG 

Speakers

Chris Skelton, Dr Ann-Marie Carroll.pdf Download Link

Refreshment break and networking

03:15 PM 03:35 PM Orangery, ground floor

This is your last chance to win those John Lewis vouchers!

Return your completed scavenger hunt cards to the main registration desk and the winner will be announced in the closing plenary. You must be in the room to claim your prize!
PM session

Closing plenary: Learning from other countries

03:35 PM 04:30 PM Burdett theatre, ground floor

3.35pm Welcome and introduction
Anna Charles, Senior Policy Advisor to the CEO, The King’s Fund 

3.40pm In conversation with Vince Barry
  • Hear reflections from Vince Barry about Pegasus Health, a primary health care network in Canterbury, New Zealand and discussions about the lessons for England’s primary care networks and what we can learn from the parallels and contrasts between the different systems.
Vince Barry, Chief Executive Officer, Pegasus Health, New Zealand 
Beccy Baird, Senior Fellow, Policy, The King’s Fund
Pegasus is a Primary Healthcare network that supports approx 90% of the General Practice teams across Canterbury, as well as owning and running the local 24hr surgery in the city.

4.10pm Questions and discussion

4.30pm Close of conference

Speakers