CARE Leadership Programme
CARE is a learning and development programme that empowers primary and community staff to play a key role within their local practices, primary care networks and neighbourhoods, to shape services based on population health needs and to strengthen their leadership. Focusing on wellbeing and building and harnessing resilience, the programme connects staff working in primary and community care supporting joined-up, multi-professional working.
The programme focuses on:
- Building personal resilience and wellbeing
- Improving understanding of population health
- Developing leadership for system impact
CARE is available to primary care, social care and community teams, including pharmacists, GPs, physiotherapists, paramedics, practice managers, health and wellbeing coaches and all roles within community and social care.
The Surrey Heartlands CARE Programme will be held weekly on Tuesday afternoons (12:30-2:30pm), running from 30th April – 25th June 2024. Please follow the links to see CARE Programme, CARE Information Pack, CARE FAQs and CARE EOI Form and email email@example.com to register your interest.
If you were unable to attend CARE Engagement Event and/or would like to refer to the discussion, you can watch the session recording here. You can also find some testimonials from our CARE alumni or watch this video from our CARE alumni Sarah Rogers or this one from Aysha Badat, who is an Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Greater Manchester.