The general practice workforce must be able to cope with the challenges that we face as a result of increasing demands from patients with long-term conditions (LTCs), and increasing pressures from the public.

Nurses are increasingly wanting to develop their skills, capacity, and confidence in order to overcome the challenges that practices, and the wider NHS, faces.

Adoption of technology enabled care services (TECS) is a complex process with a minority of frontline healthcare teams and champion practitioners embedding technology into their day to day processes, with vast numbers of practitioners and patients being left behind.

Our Action Learning Sets (ALS) programme has been designed to up-skill the general practice workforce from any level of digital literacy and we have seen amazing results from those taking part.

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