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Developing primary care networks: mapping the challenges and solutions

Conference/seminar 04/06/2019 • 10.00–16.00

This Nuffield Trust workshop will help primary care network leads and commissioners develop their primary care networks through an interactive exchange of ideas, peer support and external challenge.

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Friday FAQs: John Craig

Blog post 24/05/2019John Craig

For this week's FAQ we spoke to John Craig, the Chief Executive of Care City, which is a test bed in East London focused on using new technologies to support people with long-term conditions.

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Nuffield Trust part of winning team for Lancet research award

Announcement 23/05/2019

Researchers from the Nuffield Trust have been awarded for their work on assessing frailty among older people in hospital.

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Improving access out of hours: Evaluation of extended-hours primary care access hubs

Report 20/05/2019Helen Crump | Sandeepa Arora | Chris Sherlaw-Johnson | Holly Holder | Dr Alisha Davies | Silvia Lombardo

Could schemes aiming to increase the availability of primary care health care access out of hours improve the overall quality of services and patient experience in outer east London? The Nuffield Trust was commissioned by Barking, Havering and Redbridge CCGs to evaluate the impact of access programm...

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Briefings

Page 17/05/2019

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John Craig

Guest Chief ExecutiveCare City

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What can the NHS learn from learning health systems?

Report 15/05/2019Sarah Scobie | Sophie Castle-Clarke

Drawing on a seminar held at the Nuffield Trust and on evidence and experience from the UK and internationally, this briefing identifies opportunities for local organisations and systems to make better use of health data, and recommends ways that national policy could promote the collaboration and g...

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Children and young people with an eating disorder waiting times

Indicator 14/05/2019

We explore how long children and young people with an eating disorder wait to start treatment.

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