PCN Service and Estate Planning Toolkit

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PCN Toolkit process wheel

CHP and NAPC, on behalf of NHSEI, have produced a PCN Service and Estate Planning Toolkit, to provide PCNs with a flexible framework and support process for producing robust primary care investment plans with clear priorities that align to wider ICS strategies. The toolkit has been developed from the published guidance; Primary Care Networks: Critical thinking in developing an estate strategy, into practical tools for use and application.

The toolkit has been designed to be supported by the Primary Care Data Gathering collection, linked to the SHAPE atlas with the ability to pre-populate a template with existing information per PCN.
To access the full Toolkit please complete the following form. Upon completion and submission you’ll be shown a link to download a zip file containing the full suite of documents.

For support and queries, please contact PCNToolkit@communityhealthpartnerships.co.uk

Please Note:
A full web-enabled function for the Toolkit will be released in 2022, enabling a central repository for version control, refresh and data update capabilities for relevant PCN SHAPE users and wider stakeholders.

Register for access

Access to the SHAPE Place Atlas is free to NHS professionals and Local Authority professionals with a role in Public Health or Social Care. Access to the application is by formal registration and licence agreement.

Complete the user registration form

Access the SHAPE Place Atlas

Access is only available to registered SHAPE users.

Sign into the SHAPE Place Atlas

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Bespoke atlas configurations

PHE offer an atlas customisation service. At its most simplest, local user content can be added to the Place Atlas; for more complex requirements a bespoke atlas for a specific organisation or geographical area can be commissioned.

Contact help@shapeatlas.net for further information.

Feedback

The SHAPE team welcome feedback or suggestions from new or existing users. This approach has underpinned the continued development and improvement of the application and if you have any suggestions you can email us at help@shapeatlas.net.

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