Useful Resources

 Links to external sites

This website provides links to information provided by external organisations and companies. This information is not in any way under the control of the BARNET CEPN although we do our best to ensure these websites are of the highest quality we cannot take any responsibility for their content or accuracy and their inclusion does not imply specific endorsement by us.

The following resources can help provide guidance for health professionals and aid professional development:

Age UK

Scroll down to the attached documents for useful information sheets for services provided by Age UK

Alzheimers Society

Scroll down to the attached documents for useful information sheets for local services provided by Alzheimers Society


Access and register for paid online resources. Click on the link at the bottom of the page for instructions on how to get started.

Barnet Services Booklet

A useful list of both local and national services. Click the link at the bottom of the page. 

Barnet Community Directory 

The Barnet Community Directory is a searchable database of voluntary groups, organisations, social clubs, charities and social enterprises that are based, or work in Barnet. It provides the opportunity for groups to promote their activities and to identify similar groups who are interested in working together. Access it by clicking here.

BMJ Learning 

BMJ Learning features hundreds of accredited learning modules for doctors, nurses, medical students and other healthcare professionals.  Click here to register

Cerebral Palsy Symptoms

A really useful website all about Cerebral Palsy and other common birth injuries Please click here


The NHS Clinical Knowledge Summaries or CKS (formerly PRODIGY) are a source of evidence-based information and practical advice about the common conditions managed in primary care. You can search for CKS on the NHS Evidence website where a wide range of additional information resources can be found.  Please click here

Community Resources for Health and Social Care

Scroll down to the attached documents for useful information sheets for services in Barnet including Advocacy, Alcohol & Substance Misuse Support, Dementia and Falls Prevention

Health Education England: The Care Certificate

Materials to support employers implementing the Care Certificate, including revised standards and guidance. The latest versions of the free resources for the Care Certificate are now available on the webpages of Health Education England, Skills for Health and Skills for Care

London Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education (formerly London Deanery)

Offers a range of postgraduate medical and dental training in London.  Please click here

New Models of Care (Please see the paper attached below)

This paper is an educational tool for GPs and other primary care professionals interested in the new model of community centered care. It is a simple introduction into some of the existing roles within community centred care in the UK

There is a short introduction to;

  • The background of community centred care as a new model of care i.e. shared care of the population not just General Practitioners (GPs) as a sole provider of care but the community working together as a whole.
  • Some roles in community centred care/ link worker roles .  
  • Interventions within community centred care: MECC, Signposting, Social prescribing, Self-Care.

NHS Evidence

NHS Evidence is a free service that enables access to authoritative clinical and non-clinical evidence and best practice through a web-based portal. It is aimed at helping people from across the NHS, public health and social care sectors to make better decisions as a result. NHS Evidence is managed by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).  Please click here

North Central London Research Consortium

Find information on funding and development, research and projects from this partnership organisation.  Please click here

The Altogether Better community project

The Altogether Better community project aims to reduce social isolation and loneliness by creating opportunities for people of all ages to get involved with others, sharing time and skills. The project runs over four localities including Burnt Oak, East Finchley, Edgware and Stonegrove and High Barnet. Groups such as community choirs, yoga and meditation, weekly walks, computer classes for seniors, sharing cooking skills and table tennis groups are some of the many projects run by volunteers also known as ‘Community Friends’ across the four localities. For more information and to sign post patients you think can benefit from these groups visit: for Altogether Better Burnt Oak for East Finchley Altogether Better (EFAB) for Altogether Better Edgware and Stonegrove (A-BEST) for High Barnet Altogether Better (HIAB)



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