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Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) hubs Communities of Practice webinar

2 December 2022 12:00pm – 1:00pmGMT (+00:00)
Virtual (Microsoft Teams Live Event)

Dear Colleagues  

You are invited to attend the first Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) hubs Communities of Practice webinar.  This is scheduled for Friday 2nd December 12:00 – 13:00.


Clinicians, commissioners, ICBs and their teams across primary, secondary and community health services who are interested in setting up an ARI hub, are actively considering setting up an ARI hub, or have set up a hub already. This may also be suitable for individuals working in aligned services, such as ARI virtual wards or other services where there is an opportunity to align and improve existing pathways. 


To provide opportunities to share learning, develop new knowledge and resources, build relationships and work together to support the establishment and implementation of ARI hubs. 


  • Showcase exemplars of good practice  
  • Identify current challenges in systems and potential solutions to overcome these 
  • Share templates, pathways, guidance to support delivery of ARI hubs 
  • Support collaboration and networking between all systems establishing ARI hubs 
  • Look at the figures and predictions for ARI (the case for change) 

Please see here for further information: 

The agenda for the initial COP is as follows. The agendas will change as we act on feedback around what COP members will want to get from each meeting and will include a presentation from a site. 







Welcome, Introductions and run through agenda. 

David Bramley 

Deputy Director, Personalised Care Group



ARI Hub guidance, overview and background​ 

Dr Kiren Collison

Interim Medical Director for Primary care, NHS England​



Case Study Speaker -Sandwell Paediatric Respiratory hub service model 

Dr Tehmina Rahman 

Primary Care Partner – Black Country ICB, General Practitioner/ Clinical Director Health Vision PCN




David Bramley​ 

Deputy Director, Personalised Care Group



Summary and closing remarks ​ 

Professor Matt Inada – Kim

Consultant Acute Physician, Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & University of Southampton


Additional Information

Registration for this event will be closed at 12 midnight on Wednesday 30 November 2022.

Please register using your work email address - we are unable to add Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo and other similar email addresses.

All delegates registered by the above closing date will receive details by 17:00 on Thursday 1 December 2022.

Please Note: You will have to set up a free NHS Events account in order to reserve a place. The FAQs are able to support you in creating an account and address any other concerns with the NHS Events platform.

The next Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) hubs Communities of Practice webinar is scheduled for Friday 20th January 11:00-12:00. 


Questions about this event?

Name: Amy Holmes


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