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Jan 6, 2020

In our first podcast of the new decade, Ben chats to PCN guru Becky Malby, Professor of Health Systems Innovation at London South Bank University, about the introduction and progress of network-based working. Listen for her take on their establishment, on the critical success factors and navigating the minefield of structural challenges versus meeting local population need.

 

Introductions (31 secs)

Becky’s take on the first few months since PCN formation (47 secs)

Difficulty of contracting versus meeting complex needs (1 min 18 secs)

Importance of collaboration (2 mins 2 secs)

A crystal-clear purpose is key to a successful PCN (3 mins 2 secs)

Change should happen at practice as well as at network level (3 mins 45 secs)

How to reach agreement on purpose (4 mins 29 secs)

Data analysis and the gateway to collaboration and collaborative working (4 mins 55 secs)

What is the relationship between the network and its practices? (6 mins 5 secs)

PCN priorities: three main aims (7 mins 11 secs)

How setting network priorities can achieve local goals (8 mins 29 secs)

Defining PCN membership (9 mins 30 secs)

How do practices hurdle barriers to reciprocal working? (10 mins 8 secs)

“Strategy is measured by the speed of trust” and why talking matters (11 mins 28 secs)

Contractual requirements and where these fit with holistic vision (12 mins 38 secs)

Introduction of new roles into new network models (13 ins 29 secs)

Management of time, capacity and funding; striking a balance (15 mins 15 secs)

Just say “no” (17 mins 23 secs)

Further information (19 mins 35 secs)

 

For Becky’s podcast and access to the resources she mentions, head to:

www.beckymalby.wordpress.com

www.source4networks.org.uk

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