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Pulse PCN London – Spring

5 April 2022

 

Stream 1

8:45 am
Networking breakfast

Delegates are advised to check-in at registration by 9 am

9:30 am
Chair’s opening remarks

Gemma Collins, group editor, Cogora

9:40 am
Making the most of personalised care
  • How to tailor your care to save energy and enjoy your work
  • How to make the most of health coaches, link workers and care-coordinators
  • Activate your patients and take advantage of peer support

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

10:15 am
Tackling the cholesterol challenge: a population health approach to lipid management in Primary Care
  • Challenges in ASCVD and lipid management
  • A pioneering collaboration and an innovative approach in Primary Care to help address the CVD burden
  • 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

Sponsored by:

10:45 am
Refreshments and networking in the Exhibitors Hall
11:00 am
The barriers to using ARRS workforce, and what to do about it
 

Dr Kieran Sharrock, GPC England deputy chair, GP Lincolnshire, BMA GPC England

11:35 am
Covid vaccines: the devil is not in the detail
  • The evolution of the model –how the model was designed, why it was designed in this way and the tweaks to make it work better
  • Booking/Working at scale as a borough
  • What to do and what not to do for the next unprecedented NHS problem

Dr Saul Kaufman, clinical director, St Johns Wood and Maida Vale PCN

12:10 pm
Early cancer diagnosis
  • Update, Early Cancer Diagnosis PCN DES
  • Prostate Cancer and the ‘missing first treatments’
  • The role of FIT testing

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

12:40 pm
The essential knowledge for managing COPD patients in practice
  • Inhaler Challenges and Inhaler choice (The Right Inhaler For The Right Patient)
  • Therapies for treating COPD
  • The Environment and Inhalers

Professor Omar Usmani, professor of respiratory medicine, Imperial College London

Sponsored by:

1:15 pm
Lunch and networking
2:00 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

Trevor Andrews, commercial strategy manager, L&R Medical

Sponsored by:

2:35 pm
The COVID-19 vaccination programme in a low uptake area
  • Benefit of a hyperlocal PCN approach
  • Learning from the Vaccination programme and the legacy

Dr Tehseen Khan, clinical director Springfield Park PCN & Woodberry Wetlands PCN, GP Spring Hill Practice, senior clinical advisor, NHS England & Improvement London Region

3:10 pm
Using data analytics to deliver sustainable quality improvement at scale

• Using data to improve clinical and operational performance
• Drive change management
• Adoption of a bespoke primary care BI tool to promote quality improvement

Dr Mateen Jiwani, regional medical director, north central London, Operose Health

Sponsored by:

3:45 pm
Why population health is the future?
  • How to use health sector data to influence future health outcomes
  • How population health analytics enables the NHS to target resources and address health inequalities

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

4:15 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 Novartis and Chiesi Ltd. These companies have only had input into their individual sessions on the programmes where clearly labelled.

Dr Mateen Jiwani

Dr Mateen Jiwani

regional medical director, north central London, Operose Health

Dr Mateen Jiwani is a practicing GP in London and Essex and previously worked as Medical Director across regional, commissioning and trust level.

He has a passion for technology and innovation, is a regular broadcaster on new and innovative healthcare approaches and sits on a number of boards to help steer a digital transformation agenda across healthcare.

He is the regional medical director for north central London at Operose Health.


Professor Omar Usmani

Professor Omar Usmani

professor of respiratory medicine, Imperial College London

Omar Usmani MB BS, PhD, FHEA, FRCP, FERS, is Professor of Respiratory Medicine at the National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI), Imperial College London & Consultant Physician at the Royal Brompton Hospital (RBH) and St Mary’s Hospital London. He is Clinical Director of ICRRU (Imperial College Respiratory Research Unit).

He is an International Authority on Aerosol Science and Inhalation Medicine whose research has fundamentally contributed to the understanding of therapeutic aerosol deposition and clinical effectiveness in inhaled drug delivery to the lungs.

In 2015, he was awarded one of the highest accolades in Aerosol Science, the Thomas T Mercer Award from the American Association of Aerosol Research (AAAR) and the International Society of Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM), recognising his International Research Excellence in Pharmaceutical Aerosols and Inhalable Materials.

As Chair of the UK Inhaler Group (UKIG), working with Asthma UK, he oversaw the production of a series of validated videos on inhaler technique and he represents UKIG on the Medicines Optimisation Working Group, part of the Taskforce on Lung Health. He was Chair of the Guidelines Working Party that developed the Inhaler Choice Guideline for UK healthcare professionals in 2017, which was updated in 2020.  

In 2019, he was awarded Fellow of the European Respiratory Society (FERS). In 2020, he was voted by the ERS Assembly 5 members as Head of Assembly 5 (Airway Diseases – Asthma, COPD, Chronic Cough). In 2021, he was elected as President-elect of the International Society of Aerosols in Medicine (ISAM).

Dr Usmani was appointed Co-Deputy Director of Imperial’s MBBS Phase programme in 2021, is the Medicine Module Lead (Phase 1c) and Clinical Module Lead of CSI (Clinical Scientific Integration), a flagship Module in Imperial’s new MBBS curriculum. He is Co-Director of Imperial’s Network of Excellencein Aerosols and Health established in 2021. 

Since 2014, he has organised Outreach Events as part of Imperial’s widening participation programme to London secondary and primary school pupils on STEM activities at Imperial College.


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.


Dr Tehseen Khan

Dr Tehseen Khan

clinical director Springfield Park PCN & Woodberry Wetlands PCN, GP Spring Hill Practice, senior clinical advisor, NHS England & Improvement London Region

Dr Tehseen Khan is a GP in Hackney and joint Clinical Director of Primary Care Networks in City & Hackney.   He is also leading the Vaccination Centres in City & Hackney and is Senior Clinical Advisor for the COVID-19 Vaccination Programme in NHS England London Region, working with key stakeholders to help improve access and confidence in the vaccine. 

Dr Khan has an interest in Population Health Management and health inequalities, having completed a Population Health Improvement Fellowship in Lambeth in 2017. @KhanT84


Dr Saul Kaufman

Dr Saul Kaufman

clinical director, St Johns Wood and Maida Vale PCN

A GP in a St John’s Wood Medical Practice in Westminster Clinical Director St John’s Wood and Maida Vale PCN Board Member HCL (GP Federation)

Clinical Lead for Local Vaccine Sites.


Dr Kieran Sharrock

Dr Kieran Sharrock

GPC England deputy chair, GP Lincolnshire, BMA GPC England

Kieran is a GP working in Lincolnshire and has been Medical Director of Lincolnshire LMC for the last eight years.  He has recently been appointed as deputy chair of GPC England. 

Kieran holds the workload and workforce portfolios for GPCE due to his experience of transformation projects in these areas in Lincolnshire.


Gemma Collins

Gemma Collins

group editor, Cogora


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 www.rethinkingmedicine.org.uk

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.


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. 


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 (https://www.aphanalysts.org/) Andi is delighted to be a Council Member at the Healthcare Financial Management Association (https://www.hfma.org.uk/)


Trevor Andrews

Trevor Andrews

commercial strategy manager, L&R Medical

Trevor has worked in the health-tech area for over 35 years, predominantly in senior roles. 

His work focus is asking how we improve patient outcomes, and at the same time improve the clinical team’s workflow. 
Within his work at L&R Medical he also sits on 2 wound care trade association committees.

He will present recently published data on patient and professional shared care in lower limb wounds. This will sign post a PCN on how they can achieve good patient outcomes and release vital work force time.


Event Overview

The first of two Pulse PCN London forums will take place on 5 April 2022 at the Novotel London West. A one day event focusing on challenges and opportunities faced by PCNs, the forum offers clinical directors and senior PCN staff the chance to put their burning questions to the experts.

The event features speaker presentations, case studies, networking opportunities and an exhibition hall where attendees can meet and build relationships with a range of service providers.

The goal of the London 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. You will leave the event with tangible, useful advice and ideas that can be implemented immediately.

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

Venue

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.