The Women’s Health Hub Toolkit offers practical advice to help you set up a Women’s Health Hub and grow it into an integral women’s health service.
Women’s Health Hubs bring together existing services to provide holistic, integrated, accessible care delivered by appropriately trained clinicians with the support of specialists, resulting in better outcomes for patients.
Situational Analysis Data Tool
This Women’s Health Hub data tool aims to analyse female population, LARC prescribing rates, including by GPs and sexual and reproductive health, and abortion rates. Setting out the situation in your locality, it offers a benchmark for regions against England’s national average.
Developing a Women’s Health Hub: Challenges and Solutions
The Primary Care Women’s Health Forum (PCWHF) has developed a range of resources for anyone interested in finding out more about how to create a Women’s Health Hub in their locality.
How to Measure Success
Once your Health Hub is running effectively, how should you evaluate your challenges and successes? This section focuses on the importance of setting up a system to measure and monitor the success of the new Women’s Health Hub model of care, before expanding the service.
Designed by women’s health experts, the Women’s Health Hub Toolkit offers decision makers, commissioners and women’s health service providers a wide range of resources to support the set up and growth of Women’s Health Hubs.
Wherever you are in the Women’s Health Hub process, we have a range of resources to help.
Organised by Situation, Solution and Success, they support identifying need, business planning and evaluating success.
Follow the quick links on the right to get started.
Browse our top Women’s Health Hub resources created by women’s health experts with experience of developing Women’s Health Hubs.
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Step 1: Situation
Situational Analysis: Data Tool
This Women’s Health Hub data tool aims to analyse female population, LARC prescribing rates, including by GPs and sexual and reproductive health, and abortion rates.
Step 2: Solution
A clear patient pathway is an essential tool to improve the patient journey and tackle both the financial and time costs of fragmented commissioning.
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