Community of Practice
Webinar - PCSP in a post-COVID era
In June 2021 Year of Care Partnerships® delivered a webinar on the subject 'Year of Care personalised care and support planning for people with long-term conditions in a post-COVID era'. This webinar explored how personalised care and support planning can provide a clinical method and framework to provide high quality personalised care within a primary care setting for people who live with single and multiple long-term conditions. It supported attendees to develop an understanding of the core principles and practical application of personalised care and support planning. The webinar included how this can be set up, supported and practically applied within a primary care setting as well as looking at how the process can be modified to support remote delivery and provide a meaningful link to new roles within primary care.
A recording of the webinar can be found here.
There were also lots of questions asked during and after the event - see the Q&A document here.
Community of Practice - events and resources
In early 2016 Year of Care Partnerships developed a Community of Practice to enable those sites who had completed training to share their experience of implementing personalised care and support planning with each other. The Community of Practice enables training sites to engage with others, share experiences, ask questions, share success stories and ideas, and support one another.
Year of Care Partnerships held our Community of Practice Network Event in June 2016 as an opportunity for those implementing personalised care and support planning to share and learn from each other. Please visit the link below to hear more about the event:
Please find below links to the 3 keynote speeches from the event:
The 2017 event was equally as popular and successful - details of the event and our keynote speakers are below.
In May 2019 we delivered our next Community of Practice network event. Attached below is the programme, details of keynote speakers and some other resources for those who couldn't join us on the day.
Cindy Mann, Senior Research Associate, Bristol University - short synopsis of presentation
Prof Jonathan Silverman, Professor of Academic General Practice, Deakin University, Australia - short synopsis of presentation