GCPH Seminar Series 2016-2017, Lecture 2: Re-imagining the NHS: Lessons from General Practice at the Deep End

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Summary: Looks at the challenges facing today's NHS.
Creators: Graham Watt
Additional information: Professor Graham Watt, Norrie Miller Professor of General Practice at the University of Glasgow delivers the second lecture of this Seminar Series. Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board includes 84 of the 100 most deprived general practice populations in Scotland. The Inverse Care Law remains a fundamental problem and a decade of preferential investment in specialist services, in primary and secondary care, has made life difficult for patients, especially patients with multi-morbidity. General Practitioners at the Deep End have argued for more time with patients, better use of serial encounters, general practices as the natural hubs of local health systems, better connections across the front line, more support from central services and new models of leadership, sharing power, resource and responsibility. In this talk, Graham shared some of the experience, views and aspirations of Deep End Projects, including the Link Worker Programme, Govan SHIP, Care Plus, the Parkhead Financial Advice Project and the Pioneer Scheme.
Copyright holder: Copyright © 2016 Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Tags: Glasgow Centre for Population Health, National Health Service, General Practice, Glasgow
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Date Deposited: 12 Dec 2016 11:19
Last Modified: 24 Apr 2017 13:59
URI: https://edshare.gcu.ac.uk/id/eprint/2080

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