Workforce Redesign III | Steps to help sustain new ways of working in practice

24 June 2021 12:30pm – 2:00pmBST (+01:00)
Virtual (Microsoft Teams)

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Access Improvement Programme | Topic based modular programme for Primary Care

These sessions are up to 90 minutes each and focus on specific improvement topics and approaches.  They are designed for those working in practices and primary care networks to help tackle local challenges and make the most of opportunities now and in the future.

Workforce Redesign series

These three sessions are based on a workforce approach with tools and quality improvement techniques to help teams design, plan and implement sustainable roles based on local priorities.  The sessions use a range of tools to help teams take practical steps in building and developing their workforce.

The sessions aim to support the design and delivery of new ways of working in general practice to improve care and access for patients.  This will be done through a series of practical design steps building a job core purpose with supporting engagement and implementation plans.

To get the most from the sessions participants should:

  • bring a live workforce priority you are currently working e.g., introducing a new role, or redesigning some of your current roles to improve how we meet patient’s needs and local priorities
  • attend all sessions as the tools and approaches build across all three sessions.  

The modular sessions are for GPs and Practice Managers, as well as representatives of other disciplines involved in new roles / redesign.

Session III - Steps to help sustain new ways of working in practice

Practical approaches to help develop, design, and support new ways of working to ensure successful transition, including the implications for learning and development and what to look for in recruitment. This would be an opportunity for participants to use case examples to demonstrate tools used to identify capacity and priorities through tasks and identification of training required for each of these.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  • utilise a structured workplan to ascertain what the role needs to focus on and what support is needed
  • describe the value of a learning and development plan
  • identify potential implications for mentoring and development and who needs to be involved to ensure smooth transition.

This webinar is part a three part series, please enroll on all sessions in order.

This webinar is for PCNs and practices.

For more about the Access Improvement programme delivered by the Time for Care team please visit our webiste here.

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Name: Jennifer Swanwick


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