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This webinar on leading transformational change in primary care took place on 5th April. To be notified of future events please register here. 

About the webinar: Financing social care


Leading transformational change in primary care is a two-part event series. This inaugural webinar precedes a physical conference to be held this summer. 

Leading transformational change in primary care | Agenda

Session 1:

Next steps for the Complete Care Community Programme

  • Chair: Professor James Kingsland OBE, Professor at the University of Central Lancashire
  • Keynote: Mary Hill, Head of Policy, NHS England Health Inequalities Improvement Programme
  • Tanya Zerbian, PhD Fellow at University of Central Lancashire
  • Susan Gibson, PhD Fellow, University of Central Lancashire


The Complete Care Community Programme (CCCP) is working with the primary care sector to identify the key health inequality challenges faced by local populations. In particular it addresses those challenges associated with the wider determinants of health, that require collaborative working with local councils and other agencies.

The CCCP is designing an approach through which primary care networks, working in association with other community and local council services, can help address some of the challenges facing their local populations, especially those associated with the wider determinants of health.

There are 20 demonstrator sites taking part. Each is site is creating a project that will put existing evidence into practice by testing new ideas and approaches, and sharing learning across the health, care and local services community. The shared approach aims to spread and transfer learning nationally.

Professor Kingsland will be joined by Mary Hill from NHS England’s Health Inequalities Improvement Programme, who will discuss how the NHS is adopting key lessons from the CCCP. They will be joined by two PhD fellows working directly on the programme, Susan Gibson and Tanya Zerbian, who will discuss the progress of the demonstrator sites and the next steps for CCCP evaluation phase two.

Session 2:

Healthworks presents: Stronger Together: Collaborative Primary Care at Scale – report launch

Following our successful interim report launch in January, PPP and Healthworks are pleased to launch a critical report on the primary care sector.

  • Professor Paul Batchelor, Hon. Professor in Faculty of Medicine, University of Central Lancashire
  • Zoe Richmond, Clinical Director, Local Optometry Support Unit
  • Michael Lennox, National Pharmacy Association


Primary care provides the majority of a population’s preventative and curative health needs, health promotion, and care monitoring requirements, mostly in community settings. It is the anchor around which wider healthcare services are provided.

Primary healthcare can be considered as both a level in a health system (its form) and a strategy or philosophy for organising approaches to care (its function).

At this report launch event, we relate to the four independent contractor services which constitute that level in the NHS, and consider how to achieve a more collaborative, at-scale approach.

Hosted in partnership with Healthworks and Integrated Care Journal.


Key points for the series to address

  • Ensuring the health and care bill delivers sustainable transformation to each contractor service within primary care
  • Delivering Primary Care at Scale and applying it to each of the four contractor services
  • What integration means to primary care, what is the role of PCN development in the context of ICSs – how PCNs can define place-based care, how each system can support each other
  • How primary care can address health inequality, addiction and challenges in mental health
  • Developing the next generation of leaders in primary care
  • Addressing the social determinants of health in locality
  • Developing and delivering true population health
  • The future digital transformation of primary care


  • 05 Apr, 2022 14:00 - 16:00 BST
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