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Developing an effective IUS/D service for 2021 and beyond

Developing an effective IUS/D service for 2021 and beyond

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Recorded April 22nd 2021 | 7.00pm - 8.30pm

Description

This recorded webinar is part of the “Women’s Health Matters” Medical Educational programme which aims to inspire, update and support healthcare professionals with an interest in women’s health.

 

The webinar will cover:

 

  • Part 1 – Developing contraceptive services for 2021/2 and beyond with Dr Karen Kirkham
  • Part 2 – Modality Gynaecology and Contraceptive Service with Dr Aamena Salar
  • Part 3 – Developing Women’s Health Hubs with Mr James Woolgar

Speakers

Dr Karen Kirkham

 

MBBS DRCOG

Dr Karen Kirkham

Karen has been a GP for 25 years, now senior partner in a large practice, and combines this with a senior leadership role with Dorset CCG as Assistant Clinical Chair. She is part of the Senior Leader Team in Dorset as Clinical Lead for the Dorset Integrated Care System (ICS).

 

A strong and credible clinical leader with significant executive level experience, detailed knowledge of both commissioning and delivery of healthcare at scale, Karen is a change leader for the Dorset health system, helping shape and deliver health and care services within the ICS.

 

She has been a leader of the Clinical Services Review team, worked on acute and community reconfiguration and is currently focussing on redesign, transformation and delivery of the Integrated Community Services and Primary Care component of Dorset’s STP, which underpins the transformation agenda.

 

As the ICS Primary Care Clinical Lead she has a strong interest in implementing new care models, has a strong interest in driving innovation through the use of digital technology, integrating services across the system, ensuring high quality and sustainable General Practice as a fundamental building block within the ICS and developing population health analytics and management systems. She is the clinical sponsor for Population Health Management within the Dorset system.

 

From 2018-2020 she has been a National Clinical Advisor for Primary care with the NHSE System Transformation team, working to support both ICS and STPs to spread innovation and new ways of working and with a special interest in leadership and workforce. She has worked to support the development of Primary Care Networks as a strong foundation for the NHS, and is passionate about strengthening both General Practice and the wider community offer.

 

Dr Aamena Salar

 

Medical Director Modality Community Services LLP
GP Partner Modality Partnerships
DRCOG, DFSRH, PG Dip Community Gynaecology, PG Cert Diagnostic Hysteroscopy

Dr Aamena Salar

Dr Salar developed an interest in Women’s Health as a GP registrar in Birmingham. She went on to complete the FSRH and DRCOG during her training and subsequently went on to complete Community Gynaecology Diploma and Diagnostic Hysteroscopy Diploma from Bradford University.

 

Dr Salar was given the opportunity to pilot a new Gynaecology service as part of the Vanguard 5 year Forward Plan project. 4 years on that service is still running and commissioned via SWBH NHS Trust. The team has now expanded, and she has opportunity to train other GPs and Nurses to join the team.

 

Mr James Woolgar

 

Local Authority Commissioner Liverpool

Mr James Woolgar

As the commissioning lead for Sexual Health for Liverpool, James has a wealth of experience working at a local, regional and now national level. He is responsible for designing and commissioning a wide range of services and for leading a series of programmes and strategic groups to address sexual ill-health.

 

He has developed excellent relationships with providers in order to improve the way they deliver services and achieve better quality outcomes for patients and the wider population.

 

James is the Chair of the Liverpool Sexual Health Strategic Network which is developing a new sexual health strategy for the city, and is leading the work on Liverpool’s HIV and AIDS Eradication Plan and led on Liverpool’s recent bid to declare itself an HIV Fast Track City.

 

He has led on a number of redesign and integration programmes and has recently presented at the English HIV & Sexual Health Commissioners Group (EHSHCG) to highlight a new approach to LARC in Primary Care which was developed to improve the local provision offered through Pharmacies and GPs.

 

James is committed to developing sexual health services for the people that he serves and now has the privilege of representing the North of England on the English HIV & Sexual Health Commissioners Group (EHSHCG) nationally.

 

Watch now (Part 1) Watch now (Part 2) Watch now (Part 3)

Recorded April 22nd 2021 | 7.00pm - 8.30pm

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