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Improving access to General Practice

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Jackie Morton
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Improving access to General Practice
Posted on: November 7 2017, 06:59 pm

From: VOICE-SCGD, England (NHS ENGLAND)
Sent: 07 November 2017 10:53
Subject: NHS England Event in central London on 5 December 2017 from 10am-3pm (venue tbc) for patient representatives and lay members to find out more about the next steps for improving access to general practice
 
Hello Everyone
 
NHS England will be hosting an event in central London on 5 December 2017 from 10am-3pm (venue tbc) for patient representatives and lay members to find out more about the next steps for improving access to general practice, including plans for national rollout by March 2019.   This event will be a follow up to the webinars held in November and will aim to provide an update on this work and also gain an insight into patients and lay membersí experience of access to general practice, as well as addressing any feedback or questions that have been raised on the webinars.  Content will cover the seven core requirements for improving access and what this means for you as a patient, along with an update on the range of resources that have been made available nationally for general practice staff and commissioners to support them with their local rollout. To register for this event please contact Claire Parker at england.gpaccess@nhs.net.
 
NHS England will be hosting two webinars for patient representatives and lay members to find out more about the next steps for improving access to general practice, including plans for national rollout by March 2019.   The first webinar will take place on 28 November 2017 at 9.30am-10.30am, with the same content repeated on 30 November 2017 at 12-1pm.  There is no need to register in advance for these webinars, simply click on the link at the start time of the meeting.  The aim of the webinars will be to provide an update on this work and also gain an insight into patients and lay membersí experience of access to general practice.  Content will cover the seven core requirements for improving access and what this means for you as a patient, as well as an update on the range of resources that have been made available nationally for general practice staff and commissioners to support them with their local rollout. Please contact Claire Parker at england.gpaccess@nhs.net for further information.
 
 Many thanks
 
Angela Medd
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