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Upcoming Events and Resources for Patients Posted on 18 Mar 2022

Ollerton Health & Well-being Pop Up Clinic 

As part of our series working with community champions and the N&S CVS and our wider volunteering partners – we are delighted to announce the Ollerton session. BP checks, help to register with a GP, healthy living advice and tips to get more active. Targeting communities where we know reaching people at an individual level matters. 

Please click here for further information (PDF. 166KB)

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

There is signposting in the poster to some great apps that are of equal relevance to our staff and ourselves. Do take a moment to look.

Please click here to view the poster (PDF, 1.46MB)

Dementia Live Connect Event – United against dementia

Local dementia support in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire ( 

PCN Bitesize training sessions – 13.30-14.45

  • NHS Finance - 20th April 2022
  • Effective Chairing skill & meetings management – 28th April 2022
  • Managing conflict – 18th May 2022
  • Developing a learning culture within the PCN – 23rd June 2022
  • Building relationships outside of primary care – 7th July 2022

To book your place on these workshops please email to confirm your attendance

Let’s Talk Disability listening event – Wed 27th April 2-3.30pm

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire CCG is proud to be hosting a Let’s Talk Disability listening event. The event will be facilitated by Tara Hewitt Head of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion 

from the Northern Care Alliance. The event will be a safe space for conversation, people being able to bring their whole selves, hearing the lived experiences of others and adding your voice to the discussion. So please do come along and join the conversation! Please click to register 

A new approach for primary care

Several GPs with the CCG across the system came together this week to discuss what a new primary care strategy. The pen hasn’t hit the paper yet and the discussion was simply gaining ideas and starting the conversation. If you’d like to get involved or give your views over let me know and I’ll connect you in.

Community Services transformation up and running

Working with Notts healthcare and the CCG, James Mills and Leanne Monger are heading up some 100 day trials to work across our PCNs in testing new ways for community teams and general practice staff to work together. A weekend multi-disciplinary team is one of those ideas where people can come into a thriving hub and see not only a nurse for a wound dressing but also a link worker for help filling out claim forms and signposting to well-being services. Newark will be testing home care integration and Ashfield will be testing new ways to integrate social care and health staff. Watch this space for more details to follow!

Winter Access Fund enabled a further 14,000 appointments in February

We forecast 16,000 more in March with massive thanks to the people who have gone out their way to make this happen – you know who you are! 

Weekly inspirational thought

People raised on love see things differently to those raised on survival (Joy Marino)

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Local Services, Let