Collaboration in General Practice – Primary Care Networks (Survey)

February 15 2019

In 2015 and 2017 , the RCGP/Nuffield Trust surveys demonstrated the trend to larger GP organisations through collaboration between practices. The main reasons for this trend was to improve access for patients and to improve the sustainability of general practice, while the main challenges were seen as time and workload pressure.

Since these surveys were released and analysed, there has been an expansion of collaborative primary care networks that include GP practices, community services as well as health and social care. With the recent release of the NHSE Long Term Plan and emphasis on the development of these networks, the RCGP is seeking to better understand the landscape, inform the debate around the development of new models of primary care and support practitioners to navigate the challenging in this changing environment.

We would be grateful for your support in completing the 5-10 minute survey (click here) by February 28th 2019; targeting practices, at scale organisations and primary care networks (or partnership between GP practices, community services, and social care).

We look forward to sharing initial findings will be shared at the (GP At Scale National Event) on March 7th.

Your responses will be completely confidential, anonymised and stored securely. If you have any questions, please contact gpatscale@rcgp.org.uk.

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