Primary care conference 2022

From the future of primary care to the reputation and perception of primary care, this year’s event cements the significance of collaborative working
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General information

9 November 2022 09:00 - 17:00 GMT
Open to all
Daiichi Sankyo Novartis SCW CSU.
To be announced soon


Our event partners

Daiichi-Sankyo logo
SCW logo
Novartis logo


09:00 - 09:45 Exhibition opens, coffee and registration

09:45 - 09:50 Welcome

Ruth Rankine, director primary care network

09:50 - 10:30 The Future of Primary Care

Matthew Taylor in conversation with Dr Amanda Doyle and Dr Claire Fuller

10:30 - 11:15 Keynote

Kriss Akabusi: media personality, motivational speaker and businessman

11:15 - 11:45 Exhibition and coffee break

11:45 - 12:45 Breakout 

  • Healthier Fleetwood is now a nationally recognised model of an integrated neighbourhood.

    The original idea of Healthier Fleetwood came about when Dr Mark Spencer, wanted to better understand why health in the town wasn’t improving despite advances in medical treatments.

    The journey that followed is one of experimenting, failure, success, and bags of joy. This session brings the spirit of Fleetwood to London to illustrate ‘how’ this model of excellence has been achieved..

    With Olivia Butterworth, Mark Spencer and Charley Wilkinson

  • With Dr Rupa Joshi, Vischal Maschru and Dr Shahed Ahmad

    In partnership with Daiichi Sankyo

  • Place is a level where primary care and system leaders are trying to connect and build common agenda. The experiences of leaders working at place level need to be shared, in order to develop better understanding of what it really means to work effectively in this context. 

    Using different case studies in a panel-based discussion, delegates will hear about the conditions and behaviours that support place-based leadership in two specific places.

    The panel discussion will be followed by opportunity for delegates to network in small groups, share their personal experiences to explore lessons being leaned.

    With Michael Smith and Matthew Taylor. Other speakers to be confirmed

12:45 - 14:00 Networking lunch and exhibition

14:00 - 15:00 Breakout

  • The session will explore tips, tools and examples of how you can use data and insights at neighbourhood, place and system to optimise your current & future

    With Rakesh Marwaha and other speakers to be confirmed

    In partnership with South West Central CSU

  • This session will explore how innovation – and having the mindset to pursue it – can reap rewards for both patients and clinicians by creating additional capacity. We will hear from two projects that have embedded innovation and how this has relieved capacity issues. We will explore how leadership catalysed the change.

    With Dr Andy Hilton and Dr Bola Owolabi. Other speakers to be confirmed

    In partnership with Novartis

  • Dr Sian Stanley with:

    • speakers to be confirmed

15:00 - 15:20 Afternoon break and exhibition

15:20 - 16:05 Keynote

Richard McCann: Ensuring your organisation has the mindset, culture and communication skills to grow and succeed, whatever its size

16:05 - 1700 Close 

Professor Aruna Garcea


Primary care network members

  • Premium members receive two complimentary tickets for their organisation's leaders. Please send the names of your nominated representatives to  by Friday 30 September to secure these places. Additional places are available at £155+ VAT per person

  • Core members. Please book now at the highly competitive rate of £155+ VAT per person 

Non-primary care network members

  • Healthcare professionals - £395+ VAT per person 

  • Commercial businesses- £695+ VAT per person 

What’s included with your conference pass?

  • Main stage conference sessions live 
  • Q&As  
  • Access to breakout sessions 
  • Exhibition  
  • Networking  
  • Delegate guide  
  • Drinks, lunch and treats throughout the day 

Our commitment to accessibility and inclusion

We are committed to hosting an inclusive and accessible event that enables everyone to attend and engage fully.  

  • ETC Bishopsgate has induction loops installed, accessible toilet facilities, and assistance dogs are welcome. The venue will also offer a prayer room if you wish to use this space. 
  • Whatever your requirements may be, please email in advance of the event to tell us how we can support you to take part on the day.  

Do you know of a Primary Care Network or primary care federation that is not a member of our network? Why not guide them to our membership page.

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