Unfortunately, the current intake of CARE has completed. We will be sure to advise you of any future Intakes.
If you would like to get a flavour of what the impact of the Care Programme has been to the people who completed it in 2022. Then please view our Impact story
The Engagement Session - 23rd March 2022
The CARE Programme
What can CARE do you for you, your practice, and your patients?
This learning and development programme focuses on the following key things:
1. Improving your well-being and resilience with access to a digital platform to support this
2. Developing leadership skills to support and progress your career
3. Developing quality/service improvement skills to advance and shape services for your practice and your patients
4. Providing a supportive cross-county network to share ideas and best practice
This opportunity has been fully funded by NHS England so don’t miss out!
To find out more please register to join our Engagement Event on Wednesday 23rd March 12.30-13.30.
The programme is open to all staff in Primary Care, both clinical and non-clinical. All sessions are virtual. See below for key dates:
The Northamptonshire Primary Care Training Hub has been able secure a fully funded CARE Programme for the region. The programme is run in partnership with the National Association of Primary Care (NAPC), NHS England and NHS Improvement, and Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes (BLMK) Integrated Care System.
There will be a minimum of 25 funded places. Applications are open now and are open to anyone working in Primary Care and can be started from this web page
CARE’s practical and person-centered approach has already led to more joined-up working in primary care networks in BLMK, bringing together a range of health and social care professionals as a complete care community. This is not only helping with immediate acute care need but is also supporting patients whose long-term conditions are likely to deteriorate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CARE is a learning and development programme that empowers primary care professionals to play a key role in their primary care network, to shape services based on population health needs and to strengthen their leadership. Focussing on wellbeing and building and harnessing resilience, the programme uses digital technology to connect primary care professionals and to support joined-up, multi-professional working.
CARE aims to radically improve population health and reduce health inequalities by connecting and empowering the whole health and care workforce and their local communities to design and deliver improved services for the benefit of patients and staff.
CARE is a holistic change approach led by general practice staff and supports individuals’ resilience and leadership development using a combined focus on:
- • System-wide engagement – connecting national and local teams and strategies.
• Individual activation – using population health improvement projects to anchor learning and demonstrate value.
• Applied leadership – creating and maintaining the right environment for change and innovation.
Northamptonshire's Care Programme will run as follows (Key Dates)
- Engagement Session - Wed 23rd March 2022 - 12:30 - 1:30 PM
Thereafter - CARE sessions will run weekly between 15th June and 21st September. Dates are as follows;
- Wed 15 Jun, 13.00 - 15.00
Wed 22 Jun, 13.00 - 15.00
Wed 29 Jun, 13.00 - 15.00
Wed 06 Jul, 13.00 - 15.00
Wed 13 Jul, 13.00 - 15.00
Wed 20 Jul, 13.00 - 15.00
Wed 27 Jul, 13.00 - 15.00
Wed 03 Aug, 13.00 - 15.00
Wed 21 Sep, 13.00 - 15.00 (Celebration Session)
The Lead for the CARE Programme in Northamptonshire is Clare Rogers - email@example.com
Please take the time to see what others have to say about their experiences of the CARE Programme