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For minor conditions then visit ...
14 August 2019

Some common conditions that people seek GP appointments for will get better within a short time or can be ...

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More suicide and self-harm prevention ...
01 August 2019

£300,000 extra funding is going to be spent in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent to support a suicide prevention programme specifically targeting ...

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Meeting turns spotlight on a ...
31 July 2019

Members of the public and patients from across Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle and the Staffordshire Moorlands came together yesterday to hear ...

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New national scheme to develop ...
31 July 2019

A new national scheme that seeks to develop the next generation of leaders in the NHS is being piloted ...

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Make your voice count by ...
30 July 2019

The views of local people on what works well, what should be improved and what is important when it ...

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Improving maternity and newborn services ...
29 July 2019

Improved access to mental health services, and continuity of carers during pregnancy, birth and beyond, are all key discussion ...

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Patients with diabetes advised to ...
25 July 2019

Patients with diabetes are being advised to take precautions during the current hot weather whether they are enjoying the ...

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22 July 2019

Ensuring urgent and emergency services are simple and provide the right care at the right time and in the ...

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Patient experiences improving across Staffordshire ...
17 July 2019

Improvements are being made to patient care across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent, despite this year’s annual assessment ratings for ...

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NHS England’s Public Participation team has published new participation guides focusing on topics such as online participation, diverse and inclusive participation and how to run focus groups. There are now 13 guides in the series and these are available on NHS England’s Involvement Hub, alongside other resources and best practice case studies. To suggest a topic for a new guide, or to provide feedback on existing guides, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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PPGs - First Year Joining Fee £60

On joining, new PPGs receive all the benefits of Annual Membership and the following package of resources

  • Starting, Growing and Sustaining Successful PPGs: guide to setting up a PPG in general practice
  • 21 Ways to make your practice thrive
  • Communications Toolkit for PPGs
  • Two N.A.P.P. ‘Proud to have a PPG ‘stickers
  • Copy of ‘What to expect from your doctor: a guide for patients (GMC)
  • Copy of CQC "What standards you have a right to expect from the regulation of your GP practice"
  • Top Tips leaflet
  • Putting Patients First: Back in General Practice Campaign Brief
  • Other current relevant documents where appropriate.

Annual Membership thereafter £40

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