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Updated Improvement Leaders Guides (27-04-2005)
New publications from the Modernisation Agency
Expert action learning set advisors sought for Yorkshire (27-04-2005)
Invitation to tender
Promoting health and wellbeing through participation in adult learning (26-04-2005)
The National Institute of Adult Continuing Learning is holding a series of one day events looking at how to promote health and well being through adult learning.
Long Term Conditions risk prediction project will help PCTs (25-04-2005)
A risk prediction project commissioned by 28 Strategic Health Authorities and the Modernisation Agency will help PCTs make predictions about their local long term conditions population.
Health and Social Care Awards closing date 29 April (21-04-2005)
16 categories; regional and national finals
Barnsley PCT hosts first Regional Primary Care Education Conference - June 29 (21-04-2005)
Deadline for submissions for abstracts May 6th
Workforce Change in Long Term Conditions summary of progress (20-04-2005)
The Workforce Change in Long Term Conditions pilot sites have produced a summary of their progress so far.
Opportunities in Derby community health project (19-04-2005)
Revive Healthy Living Centre project, led by Central and Greater Derby PCTs, is advertising opportunities.
Improving Neurology Services - A Practical Guide (14-04-2005)
The Action On Team have produced Action On Neurology, a guide to help those delivering services to people with neurological disorders.
Shining light on GUM waiting times, chalmydia screening and healthy college pilots (13-04-2005)
Sexual Health Information News Exchange April Newsletter
Procurement: the official government exhibition and conference (13-04-2005)
Get to grips with the latest in public sector purchasing: 21-22 June,2005, Earl's Court
New NICE consults on regional teams and operating model (13-04-2005)
Consultations close 13 May and 10 June
National PwSI Awareness Conference at Central Cornwall PCT - 2nd March 2005 (13-04-2005)
Presentations to download on local developments, Practice managers, impact assessment, and GPwSI progress
Health and Social Care Information Centre (13-04-2005)
Reducing the burden - improving public services with better health and social care information
Further faster: keeping pace with reforms - Making use of the primary care tools (13-04-2005)
NHS Confed event 28 April, LOndon
Engaging Communities - final products of 3 years' learning (13-04-2005)
Last Hubbub newsletter rounds up invaluable Health Inequalities, Choice, Long term conditions, whole systems, standards and networking lessons
Developing the role of the Community Matron in case management - conference (13-04-2005)
Experiences from Luton, Walsall, Castlefields and Hounslow
Active travel on access to health care premises, and healthy workplaces (13-04-2005)
Information sheets from Sustrans
Interim ECLN contact details (06-04-2005)
New email, phone, fax & address following closure of HFHT offices
Health inequalities self assessment framework (06-04-2005)
The ECLN have produced a framework to help PCTs assess their progress engaging communities to tackle health inequalities.
Coming soon - NHS Networks (06-04-2005)
Exciting initiative developed from this site launches later this month
Practice Managers with Special Interests (05-04-2005)
A new document on implementing a scheme for Practice Managers for Special Interests is now available.
Developing Practitioners with a Special Interest (PwSI) Services (01-04-2005)
NatPaCT Team's legacy, and future arangements
New Workforce Change in Long Term Conditions manual (31-03-2005)
The Workforce Change in Long Term Conditions team have produced a manual.
Consultation on case management (31-03-2005)
Skills for Health, working with the Modernisation Agency, has begun a consultation on case management.
Revamped Primary Care Contracting website launched (30-03-2005)
The revamped Primary Care Contracting website is now live.
Fast Forward celebrates success in PCTs (23-03-2005)
Fast Forward, the second in the Can Do! series, has been published, highlighting stories of success in nearly 200 PCTs around the country.
Superannuation and Finance Event presentation (18-03-2005)
North West event, 16 March
Creating a patient-led NHS published - implications for PCTs (17-03-2005)
Building on current shared commissioning to provide better analysis and simpler, professional contract management and administration, but leaving practices and PCTs in control
The NatPaCT website was three years old yesterday (16-03-2005)
User statistics show sturdy growth as monthly visitors top 45,000
PwSI Document Map (16-03-2005)
Compendium of documents from PCTs to support development of special interest ervices
PPIFs to merge to one per PCT (16-03-2005)
Govt response to Consultation
Pharmaceutical Services Regulations 2005 and updating SSDPs by March 31 (16-03-2005)
Ensuring inclusion of one-stop primary care centres
New@NatPaCT takes Easter break - resumes April (16-03-2005)
Revamped Primary care contracting site to open
All things being equal... (16-03-2005)
conferences to raise awareness of learning disability issues amongst Race Equalities Officers .
Primary Care Neurology Society organises conference on the National Service Framework (15-03-2005)
The Primary Care Neurology Society is holding its first national meeting in April.
Pharmacy Opening Hours - DH and PSNC agree position (15-03-2005)
Joint paper and notification form
Organisational Design Toolkit to support internal debate (15-03-2005)
Developed from National Primary Care Networks' Does Size Matter ?' event
New Patient Group Directions Website (15-03-2005)
The Patient Group Directions Website is now available from Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust.
New Ophthalmic & Supplementary lists guidance plus Ophthalmic Regulations changes - Presentations (15-03-2005)
Further regional events being planned for April