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Pulse PCN Birmingham

21 June 2022

 

Stream 1

8:45 am
Registration and networking

Delegates are advised to check in at registration by 9 am

9:30 am
Chair’s opening remarks

Victoria Vaughan, Editor, Pulse PCN

9:40 am
A population health approach to lipid management in Primary Care: implementation experience in Lincolnshire
  • Challenges in ASCVD and lipid management
  • Overview of an innovative approach to lipid management in Primary Care
  • Case studies

Dr Carl Deaney, MSc MBBS BSc(Hons) MRCP MRCGP MRAeS DOccMed PG Dip BA PG Cert Med Ed, GP, Marsh Medical Practice, Louth, Lincolnshire

Meredith Donaldson, physician associate, Marsh Medical Practice, Louth, Lincolnshire

Sponsored by:

10:15 am
IIF – Mountain or mole hill
  • Our bitesize approach
  • The teams that will be instrumental in delivery
  • Achievement – Is it really feasible?

Dr Geetha Chandrasekaran, GP partner Plane Trees Group Practice, clinical director North Halifax PCN, director Pennine GP Alliance

10:45 am
Refreshment break
11:00 am
Inhalers and the Environment

This session will cover the impact of inhalers on the carbon footprint of the NHS, the importance of maintaining patient device choice and considerations for reducing the environmental impact of inhalers.

  • Understand the impact of inhalers on the carbon footprint of the NHS
  • Understand the importance of maintaining patient device choice
  • Considerations for reducing the environmental impact of inhalers

Jane Scullion, Independent Respiratory Consultant Nurse

Sponsored by:

11:35 am
Why Population Health Management is the future?
  • What is PHM and why it is important for everything else we do, particularly in the recovery?
  • What’s new to help us achieve this vision?

Dr Dan Alton, national clinical advisor, PHM, NHSE/I, interim chief clinical information officer, BOB ICS, GP, Wargrave Surgery, Berkshire

12:10 pm
Addressing challenges of engagement and commitment to the PCN
  • The challenge of leading people who don’t work for you
  • Taking stock of your colleagues’ current commitment levels
  • How to create a shared purpose that inspires commitment

Dr Robert Varnam, GP in Manchester and change leadership coach

12:40 pm
Workforce and clinical transformation through partnership working
  • Understanding the burden of wounds and how it’s creating a significant pressure on the patient population and the NHS workforce.
  • How a self care pathway transformed outcomes for Barnsley CCG
  • How working collaboratively can deliver workforce transformation, to lower the demand on workforce capacity, improve service efficiencies and deliver wider benefits for both patients and the clinical team.

Rhonda Bradder, commercial manager, L&R Medical

Sponsored by:

1:15 pm
Lunch
2:00 pm
General Practice, Older People and New Opportunities for Integrated Care

  • Using data and intelligence to understand our populations of older people
  • How we develop systems to support a much more proactive personalised care approach
  • Technology enabled care. Meeting the needs of older people at home

Dr Adrian Hayter MBBS BSc Pharmacol AKC, , GP Partner, Runnymede Medical Practice, National Clinical Director for Older People and Integrated Person Centred Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement

2:35 pm
Refreshment break
3:00 pm
How do we address the deficits in integrated palliative and end of life care

The introduction of integrated care gives us a generational opportunity to bring end of life care into the mainstream

For too long quality of end of life and palliative care has relied on the sale of second clothes and the running of marathons.  Healthcare is a life and death matter

Paul Jennings, chair, Hospice UK

3:30 pm
The implications of the Fuller Stocktake for PCNs

Victoria Vaughan, Editor, Pulse PCN

Dr Sarit Ghosh, Clinical Director Enfield Unity PCN and GP Partner Carlton House Surgery

Dr Jeremy Carter, clinical director at Herne Bay PCN and executive partner at Park Surgery, Kent

Dr Geetha Chandrasekaran, GP partner Plane Trees Group Practice, clinical director North Halifax PCN, director Pennine GP Alliance

4:00 pm
Conference ends

*Please note, this is a draft programme, and subject to change. Cogora reserve the right to amend content without prior warning.

**We would like to thank our exhibitors, sponsors and partners for supporting this meeting. This includes pharmaceutical companies Amgen, Chiesi, Galderma, Novartis and Pfizer. These companies have only had input into their individual sessions on the programmes where clearly labelled.

Dr Geetha Chandrasekaran

Dr Geetha Chandrasekaran

GP partner Plane Trees Group Practice, clinical director North Halifax PCN, director Pennine GP Alliance

Geetha has been a GP At Plane Trees Group Practice since 2004 and Clinical Director for North Halifax PCN from 2019. She is a board director of the local federation Pennine GP Alliance – having stepped down as Co chair when she took on the CD role. She has also been an LMC member for about 9 years . 

 As a GPwSI in Urology she runs community vasectomy clinics. 

Life has become busier than ever but she enjoys travelling and baking. She is married and has 2 lovely children.


Dr Sarit Ghosh

Dr Sarit Ghosh

Clinical Director Enfield Unity PCN and GP Partner Carlton House Surgery


Dr Jeremy Carter

Dr Jeremy Carter

clinical director at Herne Bay PCN and executive partner at Park Surgery, Kent


Meredith Donaldson

Meredith Donaldson

physician associate, Marsh Medical Practice, Louth, Lincolnshire

  • Meredith began her career working as Physician Assistant at an Obstetrics and Gynaecology clinic in Southern California after graduating with a master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. After her time in California, she relocated to the UK to work as a Physician Associate in Family Medicine for Marsh Medical Practice.
    While in the UK, she has completed a Certificate in Diabetes and is undertaking a part time MSc in Long Term Conditions,  to tackle issues plaguing the growing aging population in
    rural Lincolnshire.

Dr Carl Deaney

Dr Carl Deaney

MSc MBBS BSc(Hons) MRCP MRCGP MRAeS DOccMed PG Dip BA PG Cert Med Ed, GP, Marsh Medical Practice, Louth, Lincolnshire

Dr Carl Deaney qualified from London University and completed his VTS via the Oxford Deanery. He Dr Carl Deaney qualified from London University and completed his VTS via the Oxford Deanery. He moved to his current position serving a rural community in East Lincolnshire in late 2013. He has an interest in long term conditions (particularly cardiovascular conditions) and their impact on the patient’s quality of life. He is passionate about the implementation of best practice in the primary care setting.


Jane Scullion

Jane Scullion

Independent Respiratory Consultant Nurse


Paul Jennings

Paul Jennings

chair, Hospice UK


Dr Adrian Hayter MBBS BSc Pharmacol AKC

Dr Adrian Hayter MBBS BSc Pharmacol AKC

, GP Partner, Runnymede Medical Practice, National Clinical Director for Older People and Integrated Person Centred Care, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Adrian reads a Pharmacology degree at Kings College London before starting Medicine at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. He decided to pursue a career in General Practice and continues to work clinical sessions to this day and visits a care home each week.

He became a board member of the Windsor and Ascot Primary Care Group in 1999 and took on a lead role for Older People’s Services, developing local falls services and working with the local authority on an Older People’s Partnership Board. Past roles include Medical Director for East Berkshire Out of Hours, Locality lead in Berkshire East PCT, Clinical Chair for Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead CCG and NHS Clinical Commissioners regional representative. He remains involved in the Frimley Leadership and Improvement Academy as an executive board member and is one of the cofounders for the Frimley 2020 ICS leadership development programme in addition to providing Clinical Support to the Connected Care and Population Health management teams.

In October 2019 he was appointed National Clinical Director for Older People and Integrated Person Centered Care, NHS England & NHS Improvement and in 2021 became an Associate Non Executive Director for Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust.

@dochayter


Victoria Vaughan

Victoria Vaughan

Editor, Pulse PCN


Dr Robert Varnam

Dr Robert Varnam

GP in Manchester and change leadership coach

As a GP in a large practice in inner city Manchester, Dr Robert Varnam has led a large multiprofessional team and pioneered improvements in quality, safety and patient experience.  He has broad experience of leadership in the local NHS, through roles in PCT leadership, practice based commissioning, service redesign and public health.  His service design work in diabetes has attracted international interest. His research at the University of Manchester employed both epidemiological and sociological perspectives on quality and safety. His PhD examined patient safety in general practice from the patient’s perspective.

In his role at NHS England he provides input on system transformation, commissioning and primary care development. He is responsible for mobilising programmes of development to promote, support and sustain primary care innovation and improvement.


Dr Dan Alton

Dr Dan Alton

national clinical advisor, PHM, NHSE/I, interim chief clinical information officer, BOB ICS, GP, Wargrave Surgery, Berkshire

Dan is a GP at Wargrave Surgery in Berkshire, combining this with his local role as interim CCIO for BOB ICS, as well as National Clinical Advisor in Population Health Management for NHS England / Improvement. Dan’s work focuses on using Population Health Management methodology to drive the development of transformative approaches that lead to proactive, integrated care. He has been instrumental in helping design and deliver multiple large-scale digital and system transformation projects and longer-term strategies to create the governance and data infrastructure that enables this cultural change within systems. @DrDanAlton


Event Overview

The Pulse PCN Birmingham discussion forum will take place on 21 June 2022 at the Crowne Plaza NEC. Created specifically for clinical directors and other senior staff working in PCNs in the Midlands, the forum offers the chance to step away from your day-to-day work and reflect on the big picture of service delivery.

Combining expert-led sessions where you can put your questions to our speakers, with networking opportunities and a carefully curated exhibition, the forum is the perfect place to receive insight and ideas tailored to the work of your PCN.

The goal of the Birmingham Pulse PCN forum is to support you and your team when it comes to overcoming the major challenges standing in the way of effective care.

Free tickets are now available and will be offered on a first come, first served basis. Book today to join us.

Crowne Plaza Birmingham NEC, Pendigo Way National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham B40 1PS

 

Venue

Address: Crowne Plaza Birmingham Nec, an IHG Hotel, National Exhibition Centre, Pendigo Way, Marston Green, Birmingham, UK

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How to get there

Birmingham International is the nearest station, only 10 minutes away.

We do not advise travelling by bus.

Complimentary onsite parking is available at the venue.

When you arrive at our welcome desk, you will need to enter your car registration details.

Car parking at the venue is subject to availability, and there is overflow car parking at the NEC car parks. A charge will apply in that instance as the NEC car parks are out of the hotel’s control.