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Caring for our mental well-being in primary care during COVID and beyond - Webinar

Wednesday, 9th December 2020 13.00-14.00

King's Health Partners would like to invite you to an interactive webinar (via Microsoft Teams) where experts from different parts of the system in south east London will come together to discuss how together, we can support mental health and wellbeing within our teams in primary care, not just during COVID, but also beyond. Our experts will discuss the issues facing us and our colleagues on the front-line. They will also share their experiences and highlight how and where we can access practical support.  

 

The webinar will be chaired by Dr Rachna Chowla, Joint Director of Clinical Strategy, King's Health Partners and introduced by Dr Jonty Heaversedge, Clinical Chair, South East London Clinical Commissioning Group.    

Please register using the following link via Eventbrite: Click here 

NHS Apprenticeships Working across systems webinar

Join this webinar and hear the latest  about collaborating on apprenticeships across a system to enable best use of apprenticeships and the levy.

This webinar is suitable for health and social care workforce, apprenticeship and education leads, as well as HR directors and senior NHS colleagues with an interest in apprenticeships and systems working.

Please book using this link HERE.

When: 3 December, 10.30am

Multi-Professional Workplace Supervision in Primary Care aimed at Primary Care educators and Training Hub Leads

New course on multi-professional workplace supervision for primary care educators and training hub leads. Delivered in five 3 hour online seminars.

Priority will be given to training hub and PCN education leads (clinical and non-clinical), but all prospective or actual primary care supervisors welcome.

 To find and download the flyer and book your space click HERE.

Please contact facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk if you have any queries.

Skills for Health- Coronavirus (COVID-19) Awareness​ course

The resource is designed to support our public sector workforce to continue delivering the best possible service during these unprecedented times.

The resource is approximately 2 hours in duration and includes information such as infection prevention, PPE, hand and respiratory hygiene, management and assessment, sampling and testing, patient transfers/managing patients and much more, to support staff in their role.

 

The link can be accessed here:

https://www.skillsforhealth.org.uk/covid-19-course fbclid=IwAR0XXZ_LgCxTgkuNjYilx8EFKk7XpQXVYFo_0oa95KZG7mxAhKNqsNVHQsQ

 

Regular briefing for General Practices across NW London

Flu - Fatwa concerning children’s flu nasal spray

The British Fatwa Council/Karimia Institute has issued a fatwa (a formal ruling or interpretation on a point of Islamic law) which concludes the nasal flu vaccine containing porcine gelatine is permissible for Muslim use read more: 

https://www.britishfatwacouncil.org/2020/10/fatwa-on-flu-vaccine-containing-porcine-gelatine/ 

To view and download the full digital briefing click HERE.

Asthma Training

NWL Primary care Asthma Training for Practice nurses, GPs and Pharmacists:

“Effective asthma care for children and young people”.

Starts Thursday 7th January 2021 for 6 weeks.

 

Launch event Thursday Nov 26th 9-10am, on MS Teams, click HERE to register.

 

To view and download the flyer click HERE.

Virtual Cancer Roadshow

Bringing together Primary and Secondary Care.

To view and download the flyer click HERE.

To register please email: alan.rio@nhs.net  ICHT RBY Project Manager

Diabetes Pre-Pitstop course

The NWL Diabetes Transformation Programme are running a Diabetes Pre-Pitstop course. This course will be run in the morning across three days (attendees should attend all three sessions) at 9:00am-12:00pm on:

Wednesday 11th  November, Wednesday 18th November & Wednesday 25th November.

This session will be run virtually - link to follow.

Pre-PITstop diabetes is a message course focusing on essential type 2 diabetes and prediabetes management in primary care.

Suitable for

  • Practice Nurse, Community Nurse, Clinical Pharmacist and Paramedic with previous diabetes experience/training. The 3-day PrePITstop course is better suited to a new-to-practice Nurse, Paramedic or Pharmacist.
  • GP, GP trainee, Advanced Nurse Practitioner

We recommend a team approach to diabetes service provision, so team members attending together is encouraged

 

Please let Eve Costello know if you would like to attend via evecostello@nhs.net

Introduction to Frailty Series

Join H&F GP Federation Training Hub for a series of lunchtime workshops on frailty, open to any care staff, including nurses, healthcare assistants, allied health professionals and all carers.’

All sessions will take place on Zoom from 13:00 - 13:45

Session 1. 4th of November

Session 2. 11th of November

Session 3. 18th of November

Session 4. 25th of November

 

The sessions are open. If you wish to join the sessions please follow the Zoom links in the attached flyer.

To view and download the flyer click HERE.

Join H&F GP Federation Training Hub for a series of lunchtime workshops on frailty, open to any care staff, including nurses, healthcare assistants, allied health professionals and all carers.’

All sessions will take place on Zoom from 13:00 - 13:45

Session 1. 4th of November

Session 2. 11th of November

Session 3. 18th of November

Session 4. 25th of November

 

The sessions are open. If you wish to join the sessions please follow the Zoom links in the attached flyer.

to view and download the flyer click HERE.

Free virtual training on cervical screening for NWL non-clinical practice staff

RM Partners, the West London Cancer Alliance hosted by The Royal Marsden, is funding Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust to provide remote training sessions for non-clinical GP practice staff to help their awareness and understanding of the importance of cervical screening.

There will be 6 sessions in November and December specifically for staff in NWL.

The training is open to non-clinical administrators, receptionists and other primary care staff (e.g. social prescribers) who are often patient facing or tasked with speaking to patients.  

At the sessions, attendees will learn about cervical cancer prevention as well as how to speak with patients about screening, HPV and the vaccine. The aim is to help attendees improve their knowledge of the importance of cervical screening.  

To view and download the leaflet click HERE.

Macmillan’s Explore Primary Care course

Free, open to all Healthcare Professionals, Nurses and GPs.

Please see attached flyer for details HERE, link to apply:

https://learnzone.org.uk/courses/course.php?id=321

Macmillan Cancer Support is responding to workforce shortages in cancer care by offering a role development programme to support staff with an interest in specialist cancer practice.

The Macmillan Primary Care Explore programme gives you the opportunity to enhance your knowledge of the cancer journey and provide you with a strong foundation in cancer care to benefit your practice and the wellbeing of your patients.

Skills for Life sessions Autumn 2020

 

HEE provides online workshops:

- HEE’s commissioned self-study tool for functional skills (BKSB) – For new users

Tues 24th November 10:00 - 11:00am

- ESOL – A catch up for the sector

Wed 25th November 10:30-11:30am

 

To view and download the flyer click HERE.

A series of updates on minor illness, minor injuries and long-term illness

 

GP and GPN event -  Our Learning Education and Development (LEAD) team are offering a new and innovative way to help you acquire important training during this challenging time.

The three half day workshops, delivered via MS Teams, have been designed to provide you with important updates and training without the need for you to be away from the practice all day.

 

A series of half day online updates for GPs and practice nurses

Workshop 1 - minor illness: Thursday 5 November 2020 (PM)
Workshop 2 - minor injuries: Thursday 12 November 2020 (AM)
Workshop 3 - long-term illness: Thursday 26 November 2020 (AM)

 

To view and download the workshops overview and reservation form click HERE.

Free online weekly webinars to help you in your recovery from Covid-19

A partnership between the Occupational Therapists and Recovery Colleges at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust and West London NHS Trust present free webinars:

- Managing anxiety,

- Introduction to mindfulness,

- Understanding low mood,

- Let’s talk about sleep,

- How to manage tiredness and fatigue,

- Returning to work support,

- How to keep up with healthy routines during the pandemic,

- Coping with Christmas time (and other big days).

 

To view more details, please click HERE.

 

The GP Cancer Update Study Day Live

 

The course is being run on two dates - 

Tuesday 3rd and 24th November 2020.  

 

Once registered, delegates can choose to view the course on 1 full day or over 2 half days, as the content will be the same on both. They can also re-watch the course on demand, at any time, for 12 months afterwards. Delegates will also receive a copy of the GP Cancer Handbook and 12 months’ free subscription to Red Whale GPCPD online medical education: www.gpcpd.com.  

To redeem your voucher code please follow the instructions HERE.

New Personalised Care Training Hub is now open

The new Personalised Care Institute is a virtual training hub for all health and care staff to access the very latest in personalised care training and development.

It offers a wide-range of flexible, evidence-based and accredited courses from a variety of providers and will support staff to gain the knowledge and confidence to provide Personalised Care to their patients.

For more details, visit our website, view our animation and join in the conversation on Twitter via @Pers_Care_Inst.

Macmillan’s Explore Primary Care course

Free, open to all Healthcare Professionals, Nurses and GPs.

Please see attached flyer for details HERE.

Link to apply:

https://learnzone.org.uk/courses/course.php?id=321

Macmillan Cancer Support is responding to workforce shortages in cancer care by offering a role development programme to support staff with an interest in specialist cancer practice.

The Macmillan Primary Care Explore programme gives you the opportunity to enhance your knowledge of the cancer journey and provide you with a strong foundation in cancer care to benefit your practice and the wellbeing of your patients.

NHS Learning Hub Quick Reference Guide

The Learning Hub is a digital platform that provides easy access to a wide range of education and training resources for the health and care workforce, enabling users to contribute, search for and access resources.
The Learning Hub is in Beta phase and new features will be frequently released. It is important that the platform
continues to meet your needs - you can provide feedback to help improve it. The Learning Hub and the e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) Hub are two standalone, but complementary, platforms however, if you have an eligible e-LfH Hub account you can sign in to the Learning Hub using those details.

For more information click HERE

Systmone Training

SystmOne Training Dates 

Training dates have now been released for Systm One Training. The training will be online (due to distancing rules making classroom courses untenable) and bookable through the NWL Learning Hub. Attached is a cribsheet on how to register to the learning hub and book Remote Training.

The Online training will be either on Microsoft Teams or WebEx so please download the Teams app prior to the event, and your trainer will send you a link two days before the event starts.

The following courses are now available:

 

  • SystmOne Basic Training
  • SystmOne for Senior Administrators
  • SystmOne Reporting

 

There is also a new NWL Learning Hub course which covers the following:

  • Signing on and re-setting Password
  • Assigned Mandatory Training by Job Role 
  • Profile and Job Assignments 
  • Using the hub Dashboard, Record of Learning, Team View (Managers), Reports (Managers, Find Learning, Resources, Training Video and Help Page.
  • Benefits for PCNs.

Please find here instructions on how to book training and create an account

Latest COVID-19 resources from Skills for Health

20,000 key workers access our free COVID-19 awareness course

We have seen a surge in uptake of our latest free version of our COVID-19 online learning resources, as many sectors move towards returning to work in an increased capacity, since the government's new roadmap was released.

Over 20,000 NHS, health & care professionals & other key public service staff have now completed the course which details advice, guidance & information about coronavirus to support our workforces deliver the best possible patient care & workplace safety, during these unprecedented times.

Please share & access it here today  to update your training on; infection prevention, PPE, hand & respiratory hygiene, management & assessment, sampling & testing, patient transfers/managing patients & much more to keep you safe in your role & help save lives.

New Safeguarding Adults & Children courses providing crucial COVID-19 skills

Recently refreshed Safeguarding courses for both Adults & Children are now available on our new mobile-first e-learning platform. Supporting the training needs of our NHS & wider health & care staff, as well as volunteers, these vital modules ensure the right skills are acquired to protect our vulnerable from coronavirus & the rise of those looking to exploit them.

Read more here

 

Primary Care CPD Alert: Future Proofing Primary Care

The latest Primary Care CPD Alert: Future-Proofing General Practice covering innovation, leadership, skill mix & workforce planning, telehealth and including selected COVID-19 training, resources, research, can be found at the following link

Free COVID-19 e-learning for nurses, midwives and AHPs

HEE is working with partners to provide a system-wide response to COVID-19

Please click HERE for more information 

Dedicated link to training HERE

Maudsley Learning

Maudsley Learning have created a COVID-19 Hub webpage to house trusted content and free resources aimed at the general public and clinicians from various organisations including NHS England, Health Education England, King's College London and our experts here at SLaM.

The resources can be found HERE

About the Coronavirus (COVID-19) programme

This programme has been created by Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic.

The programme includes key materials to help the health and care workforce respond to Coronavirus.

Content now available in the COVID-19 programme includes:

  • Essential Guidance from the NHS, UK Government, WHO and BMJ
  • Public Health England – Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Infection Prevention and Control
  • Resources for Staff Working in Critical Care Setting
  • Resources for Staff Working in Acute Hospital Setting
  • Resources for Staff Working in Primary Care and Community Setting
  • Resources for Return to Work Healthcare Staff
  • Resources for Pharmacy Staff
  • End of Life Care COVID-19
  • Wellbeing for Staff

More content will be added in the coming days and weeks.  The additional content will include new sessions and content curated from different sources such as existing HEE e-LfH sessions and materials from other organisations.

To proceed to the e-learning, please click HERE

Healthcare Apprenticeship Standards Online (HASO) - Apprenticeship Updates

To view web page please click HERE

COVID-19 related trainings recorded (Community Pharmacy, General Practice, Digital Primary Care)

There are NHSE run COVID-19 related trainings recorded for your convenience. To watch recordings of previous webinars visit their webinars webpage. Links to those from HEE will be sent in due course.

The NHS England General Practice Forward View and Health Education England (HEE) Primary Care Workforce Commission

The NHS England General Practice Forward View and Health Education England (HEE) Primary Care Workforce Commission both recognised the requirement for a wider clinical workforce in primary care to support service transformation.

HEE is investing in and implementing a range of workforce initiatives to support primary care workforce transformation.

This includes the HEE’s mandate target of ensuring that there are 1000 physician associates working in primary care by 2020.

For more information click here.

More information

If you would like to become involved or know more about the work that the Hammersmith and Fulham’s Community Education Provider Network (CEPN)is doing, please email us at contact.hfgpfed@nhs.net