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PCNs & New ways of working

The health care workforce is increasingly working in new ways to meet the needs of our patients and professionals regardless of roles or settings in Primary and Community Care settings.

East Kent Training Hub’s priority is to support the newer initiatives of collaborative multi-disciplinary working that will be underpinned by the PCN development. By doing so we ensure safer transitions and development of innovative means of care delivery. We aim to increase the training capacity and capability across all our emerging Primary Care Networks for all professional roles to support undergraduates' as well as established practitioners' continuing professional development.

 

We map the existing workforce, planned service development plans and future workforce needs in partnership with NHS, Health Education England, STP, local Clinical Commissioning Groups and other partnering trusts.

How we support new ways of working

PCN SUPPORT BOOKLET

Building your multidisciplinary teams:

a guide to new and enhanced roles in Primary Care

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  • Work Experience
    For people thinking about a career in healthcare, work experience can provide expose to a range of roles and help them confirm their career choice. Observational placements can be undertaken with the non clinical team, for example with reception, practice managers, the medical secretary or prescription clerk; or in the clinical team, with the practice nurse, health care assistant, paramedic, clinical pharmacist, physician associate or GP. EXAMPLE PLACEMENTS - Medstart Plus - Pre-employment Programmes - Practice organised work experience SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS - Work Experience Policy - Work Experience Handbook CONTACT Ekpcw.leads@nhs.net
  • Apprenticeships
    For people thinking about a career in healthcare, work experience can provide expose to a range of roles and help them confirm their career choice. Observational placements can be undertaken with the non clinical team, for example with reception, practice managers, the medical secretary or prescription clerk; or in the clinical team, with the practice nurse, health care assistant, paramedic, clinical pharmacist, physician associate or GP. EXAMPLE PLACEMENTS - Medstart Plus - Pre-employment Programmes - Practice organised work experience SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS - Work Experience Policy - Work Experience Handbook CONTACT Ekpcw.leads@nhs.net

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