Successful and sustainable implementation of FCP within Primary Care Networks

The second in our series, ‘Successful and sustainable implementation of FCP within Primary Care Networks‘ took place on Wednesday 16 September, learn more about the event and watch the webinar in full:

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The Event

Our panel of clinical and industry experts joined us in conversation on Wednesday 16 September 2020 for the second in our series of FREE, live webinars.

The Agenda

12.30:  Opening remarks from the chair; Andrew Cuff, Consultant Physiotherapist & Clinical Lead, Connect Health

12.37Amanda Hensman-Crook, Consultant MSK physiotherapist, National Health Education England AHP clinical fellow, will discuss First Contact and Advanced Practitioners in primary care – a roadmap to practice

12.46Larry Koyama, Head of FCP Implementation, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, will update us on the CSP’s approach and learning for sustainable implementation of FCP

12.55Dr Jon Tose, GP, formerly Clinical Director, NHS South Tyneside CCG, will describe his experience of introducing a FCP to a PCN – a GP’s view

13.04: Catherine Thompson, Programme Director Improving Planned Care, West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership, will talk about local success in improving FCP provision in MSK and the wider pathway

13.13Danielle Chulan, Deputy Director NHS Services, Connect Health describes the DES implications for PCNs – what can be accessed and what this means for FCP implementation

13.20:  Q&A

13.45:  End


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Amanda Hensman-Crook

Larry Koyama

Dr Jon Tose

Catherine Thompson

Danielle Chulan

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