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Additional Cohort

Due to high interest, an additional cohort is now available for practices to receive support through the national General Practice Improvement Programme, as part of the delivery plan for recovering access to primary care.

The support helps practices make improvements to how they work, including having more control over their workload, maximising the use of all staff roles, meeting the needs of patients, and providing safe and equitable care.

This hands-on package of support will be delivered over three months to enable planning and delivery of improvements. It will include facilitated in-person sessions, a data diagnosis and a tailored analysis of demand and capacity.

The next two phases of support will run as follows:

  • w/c 4 December 2023 until 18 March 2024
  • w/c 8 January 2024 until 29 April 2024.

Practices can now register to join an introductory webinar up until 16 November 2023.

Visit our webpages and Connect to find out more and register for an introductory webinar.

Support for PCNs – register your interest!

The PCN Support Offer is part of the General Practice Improvement Programme.

It provides facilitated support across 6 months to help PCNs address access challenges using evidence-based improvement tools and techniques. The benefits of participating include helping practices and the PCN to achieve QOF and IIF targets and indicators specific to demand, capacity and workforce.

Visit Connect to find out more and register for the next national webinar about the PCN support offer on 9 November (register by 7 November 2023).

First Published
28 October 2023
Updated On
6 May 2024
Due to be Reviewed
30 April 2024
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