Natural leaders in a crisis

Much is written about leading in the time of Covid-19 and much is being achieved in these unprecedented times. Primary care leaders may feel they don’t have all the relevant experience because this has quite simply never happened before.

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Expert support, designed for you

At PCC we design bespoke training and workshops to meet the specific needs of clients. We spend time to understand the individual circumstances and goals of each client and tailor our activity to fit their requirements.

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Our support, your success

We are not sure that anyone could have predicted what has happened this year and the changes that everyone has seen and continues to see. PCC’s support looks a little different now, mostly delivered virtually, but that hasn’t stopped us supporting health and care organisations across the country. Our expert support is flexible and supports you to succeed in your projects, providing the input needed.

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Boosting your resilience

The last year has been a difficult one, who would have imagined last Christmas that we would have been in lockdown, with the NHS seriously tested by a global pandemic. So much change has happened and the resilience of people working in and with health and care services has been seriously tested. Resilience is our ability to deal with, find strengths in and/or recover from difficult situations. Its sometimes referred to as “bounceabiliy” – but bouncing in what way?

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Work together and engage with patients

These are two of the themes in the October edition of PCC Insight which is now available. 

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Expert support when its needed

PCC can provide expert flexible support to your area.

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Risk stratifying elective care patients

The NHS has been instructed to make plans for the resumption of elective care by its Chief Executive Simon Stevens.

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The Covid crisis leads to an opportunity to improve clinical outcomes and patient experience

A recent webinar with 180 primary care network (PCN) clinical pharmacists, GPs, nurses, rheumatologists, system leaders and patient organisations discussed the ways that the PCN model of care can:

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PCC at Best Practice Live

PCC are delighted to be presenting at Best Practice Live, a new virtual conference and exhibition, taking place in the afternoons of the 13th, 14th and 15th October 2020.

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Leaders must look after themselves first …

For an already stressed workforce the changes made to adapt to the pandemic has meant that not only have staff had to adapt to rapid change in their work routine, but leaders have been confronted with herculean challenges to keep the show on the road. Now we are trying to get back to normal and catch up on the backlog of work those in leadership roles are becoming stressed and overwhelmed by the work pressures.

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A team approach to change

The NHS has just suffered probably the biggest shock in its history caused by the Coronavirus global pandemic and is still struggling to recover from its devastating impact. What is most needed by the NHS now is a period of recovery and essential development followed by consolidation and stability.

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Virtually medical: a new normal for training

With Covid-19 compelling many of us to work differently, PCC has moved to virtual platforms and the rollout of the revised and reworked suite of medical contracting sessions is no exception. The pre-lockdown staple events and workshops based on the NHS England Policy and Guidance Manual (PGM) have been revamped into blocks of three virtual sessions.

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Procurement update

PCC have updated their procurement SlideShare to incorporate the latest guidance released by NHS England and NHS Improvement.  The SlideShare highlights the actions for contract holders relating to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Work together to increase resilience

During the COVID-19 pandemic the resilience of the NHS was extremely tested, as the push to return services towards normal continues, and the inevitable ask to catch up on what wasn’t done during the height of the pandemic intensifies, it is more important than ever to ensure that your team has a resilience buffer. At what point does the team become so overstretched that it cannot maintain a reasonable equilibrium between capacity and demand; and is the answer to work together to avoid crises. This article looks at team resilience and avoiding a downward spiral.

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