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OneMedical Group brings back popula series of free trainig webinars

Leeds based OneMedical Group, a national healthcare provider which focuses on collaboration and innovation in its delivery of NHS, health and wellbeing services across the UK, is continuing with its series of free lunchtime webinars aimed to help healthcare professionals.

Following the successful launch in 2020, the 30-minute sessions will run every three weeks on Wednesdays between 12.30pm-1pm. The training will cover a range of topics from managing stress and wellbeing to digital innovations, providing a platform for open discussion and collaboration.

Each session will include a specialist hand-picked, expert panellists, who will discuss topical questions and share their insight and expertise, followed by a live Q&A from the virtual audience. The training is beneficial for PCN Leaders, Practice Managers and Partners and is open to anyone in the field.

The full schedule will cover the follow topics:

  • February 3- Digital Innovations in Primary Care – The aim of this session is to discuss how technology is being used to engage patients, enabling them to take a more active role in managing and monitoring their own health and wellbeing.
  • February 24 – Patient and User Engagement – The webinar will focus on the tips, tools and techniques that you can take, if you’re just starting out on your journey as a PCN looking to engage with your patient population.
  • March 17 – Digital consultations and their impact on service delivery – A handpicked panel of experts will discuss the impact that the shift to digital consultations has had on practices and patients.
  • April 7 – Primary Care Estates – This session will build on how PCNs can best manage and maximise their estates to meet the needs of their patients.

Caroline Richardson, National Collaboration Director at OneMedical Collaborate, part of OneMedical Group, said: “We understand what it takes to be part of a successful integrated health care system. For over a decade, we have been delivering innovative primary and urgent care services and continue to be active members and supporters of PCNs, supporting more than two million patients nationwide.

“We were delighted with the response that we have received following the launch, with hundreds of people from within the industry signing up to our first series.

“We wanted to roll out a new series of free webinars to share our experiences and expert knowledge with like-minded organisations, with the aim of helping to spark conversation that will lead to improvement of people’s lives and helping to create a better future in healthcare. We know first-hand that having a highly skilled, confident and capable workforce is critical in today’s diverse and ever-changing healthcare sector, particularly in a post Covid-19 world and we want to help be a driving force behind that.”

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