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Pulse PCN London – Autumn

22 November 2022

The programme is currently in development. If you are interested in speaking please contact Aneya.

Aneya Sanders
Conference Producer

+44 (0) 20 7214 0509

Dr Nav Chana

Dr Nav Chana

MBE and clinical director, National Association of Primary Care

Dr Nav Chana served as NAPC Chair for four years and has been integral to the development and roll out of the primary care home (PCH) across England, the model for which Primary Care Networks were established upon. Nav has been a GP at the Cricket Green Medical Practice in South West London for over 27 years. Previously he was Clinical Adviser for Workforce Redesign for the new care models programme, Director of Education Quality for Health Education South London and Postgraduate Dean for General Practice and Community-Based Education. Dr Chana is a Non-Executive Director at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Victoria Vaughan

Victoria Vaughan

Editor, Pulse PCN

Dr Oliver Hart

Dr Oliver Hart

GP and clinical director, Sloan Medical Centre, Heeley Plus PCN, Peak Health Coaching

Dr Hart lives and breathes personalised care as a GP, PCN clinical director and trainer of health Coaches. He was clinical lead for NHS Sheffield in personalised care for 8 years, and sits on the steering team of

Across his roles Dr Hart seeks to influence the skillsets and systems needed to realise the benefit of new roles like Health Coaches and Link workers. He works with approaches that support collaboration between many stakeholders in local communities, so health and social care considerations are addressed. Being a frontline clinician and practice owner he is aware of the real world pressure and barriers that need to be navigated. Dr Hart remains optimistic and feels they have made strong progress over the last 10 years.

Andi Orlowski

Andi Orlowski

director, senior advisor - population health analytics, The Health Economics Unit, NHS England

Andi is a health economist and the Director of the Health Economics Unit, an NHS organization that supports health & care organisations locally, regionally and nationally, providing expertise in economics, population health, analytics & evaluations.

Andi is particularly interested in population health analytics, addressing health inequalities and impactibility modelling and is researching this for his PhD at Imperial College London.

Andi is a Senior Advisor for NHS England on Population Health Management in the Data and Analytics Directorate advising STPs and ICSs.

Andi is also President of the Association of Professional Healthcare Analysts ( Andi is delighted to be a Council Member at the Healthcare Financial Management Association (

Dr Navdeep Alg

Dr Navdeep Alg

clinical lead for cancer (Merton place, SWL ICS), interface GP (ESTH), GP principle, The Grand Drive Surgery

Dr Alg works across primary and secondary care and is passionate about integrating different systems within the NHS. By balancing clinical leadership roles in South West London and clinical roles across primary and secondary care he is acutely aware of the demands on services across the divide. He has developed a specialist interest in the organisation of cancer services, frailty care and long term conditions. 

Event Overview

Pulse PCN London will be held in Novotel London West on 22 November 2022. It is a one day, free-to-attend conference designed specifically for PCN clinical directors and other senior staff.

The event format combines expert session with networking opportunities with your peers. You will also be able to engage with a handpick selection of leading suppliers at the exhibition hall, and enjoy a complementary buffet lunch.

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

Please note that there are limited spaces available and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis – secure your free ticket here.


Address: Novotel London West, International Ctre, Shortlands, London, UK


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How to get there

Closest Underground station: Hammersmith

  • The hotel is just a 3-minute walk from Hammersmith Underground Station and less than 20-minutes travel from Central London.
  • Hammersmith Underground provides access to the Piccadilly, District, and Hammersmith and City lines.

Local bus stops are two minutes’ walk away.

Novotel London West provides an impressive 240 on-site car parking spaces (charged at £1.50 per hour for hotel residents & £3.50 per hour for non-residents) and 6 coach bays catering for our larger groups and parties. Please contact us for up to date information about coach parking charges.

All parking facilities are secure and under cover for your convenience and peace of mind.

The hotel is located just off the A4 and outside the Central London Congestion Zone making driving to and from the hotel very simple, straight forward and cost effective.