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May 2022

Minor Illness Update

May 18
£120

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Dermatology Update Course

May 19
£130

BBO Training are delighted to be working together with Dermatology Education Partnership Ltd as training providers. Dermatology Update for Primary Care is particularly relevant for GPs and primary care nurses (and pharmacists) who wish to update knowledge on dermatology care, including evidence-based practice and recent national and local guidance. You will see the programme moves you through from knowledge and guidance/guidelines updates to patient and practical aspects to then seeing how you can incorporate this knowledge into practice at a…

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Detection of Atrial Fibrillation in Primary Care ECG Interpretation

May 19 @ 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
Online

Please see the flyer below for more information and how to apply:   https://oxfordshiretraining.net/wpcms/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/BMS-ECG-Webinar-Flyer_.pdf

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FREE Online Physical Activity in Clinical Care Training for Healthcare Professionals

May 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    “There is no situation, there is no age and no condition where exercise is not a good thing.” Chief Medical Officer, Prof. Chris Whitty (April 2020)   As a healthcare professional, you play a unique role in supporting people to be more active, with one in four people stating that they would be more active if advised by a healthcare professional. Join us for Public Health England’s FREE Online Physical Activity in Clinical Care Training for Healthcare Professionals…

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Dermoscopy (Part 1) in General Practice

May 26
£110

Dermoscopy (part 1) – The Benign Lesions This course particularly relevant for GPs and primary care nurses, who wish to develop skills in dermoscopy; you may have been provided with a dermatoscope by your CCG and require training to get started. Primary Health care professionals should have skin lesion recognition skills that are fit for purpose, which means training in dermoscopy. This course is a basic introduction to dermoscopy and focuses on benign lesions, which are the majority of skin…

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FREE Online Physical Activity in Clinical Care Training for Healthcare Professionals

May 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    “There is no situation, there is no age and no condition where exercise is not a good thing.” Chief Medical Officer, Prof. Chris Whitty (April 2020)   As a healthcare professional, you play a unique role in supporting people to be more active, with one in four people stating that they would be more active if advised by a healthcare professional. Join us for Public Health England’s FREE Online Physical Activity in Clinical Care Training for Healthcare Professionals…

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June 2022

Advance Care Planning and DNACPR Conversations

June 3
Online

Please see flyer below for more info: https://oxfordshiretraining.net/wpcms/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/EARLY-teaching-flyer-all-dates-27.10.pdf

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2 Day Fundamentals of Dermatology

June 8

2 Day Fundamentals of Dermatology for Primary Care A 2day course is organised to allow advances in your practice and gaining of relevant competencies. The importance of dermatology care and promotion of skin health is essential in general practice. 80% of consultations for skin disease are in general practice, with 35-45% for skin lesions, acne, eczema and psoriasis. A recent survey by The British Skin Foundation (2016) revealed that patients find it easier to talk to a nurse about their…

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Online learning – Making Every Contact Count (MECC) Training Course for volunteers, those working in community settings and non clinical roles

June 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    This MECC Training course is intended for individuals who are working  in the community, including volunteers MECC is an approach to behaviour change that uses the millions of day-to-day interactions that we have with people to support them in making positive changes to their physical and mental health and wellbeing. It supports the delivery of consistent and concise healthy lifestyle information, enabling individuals to engage in conversations about their health. A MECC conversation takes a matter of minutes…

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Dermoscopy for Absolute Beginners (DFAB)

June 17
Cavendish Conference Centre, Cavendish Venues, 22 Duchess Mews
London, W1G 9DT United Kingdom
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The Primary Care Dermatology Society brings you Dermoscopy for Absolute Beginners (DFAB).  This is designed for those of you who have little or absolutely no experience of Dermoscopy.  The course shows delegates how to choose the right scope, how to switch one on, how to focus & take good photos and then moves onto a series of lesion recognition modules enabling you at the end of the course to be more confident with benign skin lesions. This is a fully…

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2-Day Introduction to Asthma

June 17
Online Instructor Led Training
£220

These Introduction days are for nurses and others new to the area of asthma care. The programme moves you through from basic knowledge of the subject to a more positive and confident review of patients, both adults and children. It also has specific competencies that you can achieve both during and after. Such as good inhaler technique and recognition of poor control. The new BTS/SIGN Guidelines are all included. Respiratory days are Paula Matson, Respiratory Nurse Specialist and PN RGN,…

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Contraceptive 6 Month Accredited Course

June 22
Online
£1000

6month RCN Accredited Course in Contraception and Reproductive Health Care (35CPD credits) This course is specifically designed to prepare nurses and other HPs for a full role in this field. On completion their knowledge and competence is such that they are prepared to sit the Faculty of Sexual Reproductive Health Care (FSRHC) online assessment (EKA) which then allows onward training in implant and iud fitting.   To book your place email: frankie@bbotraining.co.uk

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Online learning – Making Every Contact Count (MECC) Training Course from Berks West CCG

June 22 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

This MECC Training course is intended for individuals who are working  in primary care, the community, including volunteers MECC is an approach to behaviour change that uses the millions of day-to-day interactions that we have with people to support them in making positive changes to their physical and mental health and wellbeing. It supports the delivery of consistent and concise healthy lifestyle information, enabling individuals to engage in conversations about their health. A MECC conversation takes a matter of minutes…

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Dermoscopy (Part 2) in General Practice

June 23
£130

Dermoscopy (part 2) - Malignant lesions Dermoscopy (part 1) – The Benign Lesions. This course particularly relevant for GPs and primary care nurses, who wish to develop skills in dermoscopy; you may have been provided with a dermatoscope by your CCG and require training to get started. Primary Health care professionals should have skin lesion recognition skills that are fit for purpose, which means training in dermoscopy. Day 2 follows on from the basic introduction to dermoscopy and focuses on…

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Contraceptive 6 Month Accredited Course

June 23
Online
£1000

6month RCN Accredited Course in Contraception and Reproductive Health Care (35CPD credits) This course is specifically designed to prepare nurses and other HPs for a full role in this field. On completion their knowledge and competence is such that they are prepared to sit the Faculty of Sexual Reproductive Health Care (FSRHC) online assessment (EKA) which then allows onward training in implant and iud fitting.   To book your place email: frankie@bbotraining.co.uk

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July 2022

2 Day Fundamentals of Dermatology

July 6

2 Day Fundamentals of Dermatology for Primary Care A 2day course is organised to allow advances in your practice and gaining of relevant competencies. The importance of dermatology care and promotion of skin health is essential in general practice. 80% of consultations for skin disease are in general practice, with 35-45% for skin lesions, acne, eczema and psoriasis. A recent survey by The British Skin Foundation (2016) revealed that patients find it easier to talk to a nurse about their…

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Dermatology Update

July 14
Online
£130

Dermatology Update for Primary Care is particularly relevant for GPs and primary care nurses (and pharmacists) who wish to update knowledge on dermatology care, including evidence-based practice and recent national and local guidance. You will see the programme moves you through from knowledge and guidance/guidelines updates to patient and practical aspects to then seeing how you can incorporate this knowledge into practice at a local level. The new skills you will learn will enhance patient care and may reduce secondary…

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Advance Care Planning and DNACPR Conversations

July 14
Online

Please see flyer below for more info: https://oxfordshiretraining.net/wpcms/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/EARLY-teaching-flyer-all-dates-27.10.pdf

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FREE Online Physical Activity in Clinical Care Training for Healthcare Professionals – Buckinghamshire

July 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    “There is no situation, there is no age and no condition where exercise is not a good thing.” Chief Medical Officer, Prof. Chris Whitty (April 2020)   As a healthcare professional, you play a unique role in supporting people to be more active, with one in four people stating that they would be more active if advised by a healthcare professional. Join us for Public Health England’s FREE Online Physical Activity in Clinical Care Training for Healthcare Professionals…

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FREE Online Physical Activity in Clinical Care Training for Healthcare Professionals – Berkshire

July 21 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    “There is no situation, there is no age and no condition where exercise is not a good thing.” Chief Medical Officer, Prof. Chris Whitty (April 2020)   As a healthcare professional, you play a unique role in supporting people to be more active, with one in four people stating that they would be more active if advised by a healthcare professional. Join us for Public Health England’s FREE Online Physical Activity in Clinical Care Training for Healthcare Professionals…

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