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Expert Highlights: The Women’s Health Hub Toolkit
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.

This recording of the live launch webinar introduces the PCWHF's Women's Health Hub Toolkit, including:
  • Why the Health Hub model was designed
  • What is the Women’s Health Hub model?
  • Examples of successful Hub development.
Hosted by the PCWHF’s Chair Dr Anne Connolly MBE, the webinar also features a breakdown of the sections of the Toolkit:
  • Step 1: Situation - Mapping local provision; Identifying need
  • Step 2: Solution – Personalising the project plan; Financial viablility & planning; Identifying and training a sustainable workforce
  • Step 3: Success – Evaluating performance; Measuring success
The Toolkit has been created by women's health experts who understand the challenges of providing joined-up, accessible women’s healthcare in primary care settings. The Toolkit supports commissioners and providers in developing a Women's Health Hub model designed to tackle fragmentation of services and meet the needs of the local population, ultimately improving patient access and outcomes.

A Q&A session rounds up the webinar, with answers from the expert panel which includes Dr Anne Connolly, Dr Aamena Salar, Dr Amanda Britton, James Woolgar, and Lesley Wylde.

Listen on demand now and start taking steps to transforming health services for women in your local community.

‘Women's Health one-stop clinics should be established in local community hubs and training on women's health should be delivered to support primary care and community care.' RCOG's Better for women: Improving the health and wellbeing of girls and women report (2019)

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