Next steps for integrating primary care : Fuller Stocktake report information session

An information session for staff, trustees, and volunteers of VCSE organisations hosted by Worcestershire VCSE Alliance.

Wednesday 14th June 10-11.30am TEAMS

Join us for insights from Hollie Hastings – Director of Strategy and Partnerships, Worcestershire Primary Care Networks, a selection of Primary Care Network Managers from across the county and Ruth Lemiech Director of Place Development, Worcestershire.

The Fuller stocktake is a report commissioned by the Government that outlines a new vision for integrating primary care in England. It was undertaken by Professor Claire Fuller, Chief Executive-designate Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System and a GP.

The report highlights the critical role of the voluntary, community, and social enterprise (VCSE) sector in delivering integrated primary care and improving population health outcomes. It recommends that integrated care systems (ICSs) should work closely with VCSE partners to co-design and co-deliver services that meet the needs and preferences of local communities.

This session will provide an overview of the findings from the Fuller Stocktake report and look at existing collaborations between primary care networks and the sector. In particular the session will cover –

> What this new way of working mean for  Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector organisations

> How can the sector play a part in building integrated teams in every neighbourhood?

> How Primary Care Networks are working with the sector already, with an opportunity to hear from some of our local PCNs

Interested? Email for the TEAMS link