Our Vision To be the single, unifying space for information, support, education and development for the community-based health and care workforce, ensuring that everyone accessing and delivering health and social care in the BHR Integrated Care System feels valued and valuable. Our Mission To utilise BHR CEPN activities to support the local BHR Integrated Care System become the best that we can be through equipping the community-based health and care workforce with the skills and knowledge to transform care.
We Aim To: ● Deliver integrated education opportunities and clinical placements ● Support workforce planning, introducing new and diverse roles ● Promote the Primary Care Networks as a career destination ● Work with partners to develop and deliver new care pathways Our Core Values ● Responsive to population health needs and inequalities ● Collaborative and embedded within the health and social care system ● Inclusive and enabling ● Innovative, transformative and flexible ● Sustainable
BHR Community Education Provider Network (BHR CEPN) delivered by Manor Avenue Consulting, is the Transformation and Training Hub covering the boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge. We were established in 2014/15 to support a co-ordinated approach to primary and community care workforce development. Funded by Health Education England (HEE), BHR CEPN works to promote an integrated health and care system for BHR, involving the three local authorities, the BHR Integrated Care Partnership, acute Trusts, mental health and community health trust, residential care, primary care and educational providers. We develop innovative training programmes to promote new ways of working and new models of care structured around the specific needs of our communities. We also support workforce planning across Primary Care Networks with the development of new roles, apprenticeships and innovative use of the workforce across BHR providers.
We are a team of clinicians and managers who are passionate about the role of education and training in promoting change. We identify, engage and support local trainers to develop their skills and capacity, and also to work together across professional boundaries to realise our ambitions of a multidisciplinary faculty to embed collaborative learning in our system. We are overseen by a Board with representatives from all sectors and providers in the BHR health and care system.
Click here to view the BHR CEPN process for raising concerns or complaints. MAC Complaints Process