Apply now! Virtual Spread Academy on digital primary care

Do you have a digital idea for primary care settings challenged by COVID-19?

This autumn we are partnering with NHS Devon Clinical Commissioning Group to host the Spread Academy (Digital Primary Care) – a virtual academy to support primary care teams across the South West to prepare their digital projects for spread and scale.

Our Spread Academy is an immersive training programme designed to equip teams and leaders in health and care with the skills and insight they need to unleash large-scale change. Developed in collaboration with renowned US-based social change agency, Billions Institute, the academy teaches a practical framework for designing and leading large-scale change that the Billions Institute call the ‘Model for Unleashing’.

The Spread Academy (Digital Primary Care) will be delivered entirely remotely across eight online sessions beginning 22 September 2020.

Applications are welcomed from teams and leaders in primary care across Devon, Somerset, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, with a digital health or care project that is ready to spread and scale across a primary care system. 

Whether you have a digital innovation, approach or solution, join us to transform your ideas into change.

Click here for more information on the programme and how to apply.

To learn more about our Spread Academy please visit our webpage.

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