An update on SNOMED CT in Primary Care: Implications for the NHS Health Check
The webinar was chaired by Slade Carter, Deputy National Lead, Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Team, PHE and updates on the implementation dates of SNOMED CT, the clinical terminology which will replace Read codes.
Guest speakers include:
- Denise Downs, Senior Terminology Implementation and Education Specialist
- Tracy Davis, Senior Project Manager, SNOMED CT in Primary Care, NHS Digital
Following feedback from end users to not deploy close to financial year-end, SNOMED CT will now be implemented in phases across primary care from April 2018. In place for April will be dual coding, the ability to add new codes needed nationally that are in SNOMED CT only and the ability to undertake specifications provided in SNOMED CT, for example QOF for 18/19 is only expressed in SNOMED.
The first phase of deployment will start with approximately 20 pilot sites across all principal supplier systems. Following successful first of type, suppliers will inform practices of their deployment dates and available training.
Webinar by the East of England and West Midlands - Preventing ill health by risk behaviours CQUIN webinar
Chair: Simon How, Public Health England - East of England
Physical health checks for people with psychosis webinar
The webinar chaired by Dr Sri Kalidindi, Consultant Psychiatrist Maudsley NHS and Chair, Faculty of Rehab & Social Psychiatry and provides an insight into providing physical health checks for people with psychosis.
Guest speakers include:
- Dr Asif Bachlani, Consultant Psychiatrist
- Hemant Patel, Secretary, North East London Local Pharmaceutical Committee
For futher information, please see the Psychosis Data Report published by PHE here and a short film produced by the NEL Foundation Trust and NEL Local Pharmaceutical Committee, thanks to the Health Foundation.
PHE East of England Webinar – CVD Prevention
The webinar, chaired by Dr Simon How, Health and Wellbeing Programme Leader provides an overview on CVD prevention in the East of England.
Guest speakers include:
- Dr Matt Kearney, National Clinical Director for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention,
- Adrian Tomlinson, Prescribing Support Pharmacist, Solihull CCG,
- Kate Arnold, Head of Medicines, Solihull CCG,
- Dr Neil Macey, GP, Stowhealth Suffolk
Snomed CT in Primary Care: Implications for NHS Healthchecks
The webinar, chaired by Slade Carter, Deputy National Lead, Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Team provides an update on the transition from Read to SNOMED CT and guidance for commissioners.
Guest speakers include Tracy Davis, Senior Project Manager, Primary Care SNOMED CT Transition and Denise Downs, Senior Terminology Implementation and Education Specialist, NHS Digital.
NHS Health Check and Diabetes Prevention Programme: alignment in the South East - Tuesday 31 October 10:30 to 11:30
The webinar will be chaired by .
This webinar, chaired by Nicky Saynor, Health and Wellbeing Programme Manager, PHE South East provides an opportunity to hear about the challenges and opportunities for alignment of the two programmes in the South East. Guest speakers include; Tory Lawrence, Public Health Improvement Specialist, Brighton and Hove City Council Public Health Team; Liz Labrum, Public Health Lead, Surrey County Council Public Health Team; Stephen Pinel, Health Improvement Principle, Oxfordshire County Council Public Health Team and; Nicky Jonas, NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme Lead, SE Clinical Network.
The National Cardiovascular Intelligence Network resources and how to make the most of them
Rachel Clark, National Lead: National Cardiovascular Intelligence Network; James Hollinshead: Principal Public Health Intelligence Analyst, Knowledge and Intelligence Team (East Midlands), PHE; and John Lomas: Public Health Intelligence Analyst, Knowledge and Intelligence National Team, PHE join chair Chair Dr Catherine Lagord, Analyst, Cardiovascular Disease Prevention team, PHE to discuss the NCVIN resources that are available.
Dr Penny Newman, Medical Director, Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust, and NHS Innovation Fellow, NHSE, UCL Partners, HEE discusses how health coaching can improve the health and wellbeing of individuals through the use of evidence-based conversation, clinical interventions and strategies.
Chair: Dr Matt Kearney
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Physical Activity and the new One You App
Mike Brannan, PHE Deputy National Lead for Adult Health and Wellbeing and David Shaw, PHE Partnerships Marketing Lead discusses the latest updates in physical activity and highlights the new Active 10 app to track brisk walking.
Chair: Polly Kwok, PHE