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VIrtual Clinical Supervision training for Primary care MDT

Please read attached flier about a virtual clinical supervision training course for primary care MDT, which will commence at the end of May 2020.

It is open to all primary care network professionals that will be involved in multidisciplinary clinical supervision, eg GPs, AHP, PAs, SPLW across Frimley ICS and BOB ICS. The virtual workshop is limited to 6 delegates and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Virtual Clinical Supervision MDT PCC- May 2020

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme – new e-learning:

This free e-learning module was launched in December 2019 by the Royal College of General Practitioners on the RCGP learning platform: https://elearning.rcgp.org.uk/nhsdpp.  The 30 minute e-module is aimed at GPs, Practice Nurses and other Practice staff and aims to improve understanding amongst primary care colleagues of the NDPP and therefore raise the programme’s profile so promoting referrals.  The content covers:

  • What NDH is
  • What the NHS DPP is
  • How it works and
  • Who is eligible

There are also some basics on motivational interviewing. The aim is to provide healthcare professionals with the tools and information they need to make quality referrals into the programme.  The course is free and CPD-accredited. It can be accessed by creating a free account on the RCGP Learning site”

Online Courses from The Open University

Open Learn has over 950 courses and a wide range of digital resources and has been helping many employees across a wide range of disciplines including:

To access Open Learn click here

Queen's Nursing Institute - Supporting Carers online resources

The QNI has developed several online resources to support community nurses and nursing students who work with carers.

 

The QNI’s interactive toolkit includes learning resources for:

 

A free-access Interactivity Tool designed for nursing students is also now available for tutors to use in a classroom setting or for students working individually. The tool uses the QNI’s online learning resources and includes questions, video clips, patient scenarios and case studies.

HEE - e-learning for Health

Health Education England have provided access to an e-learning programme designed to help the health and care workforce respond to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Please click below.

E-learning for Health